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How many people you know who can name every serial killer who ever existed in a row? Put 'em in chronological order beginning with Jack the Ripper Name the time and place from the body the bag the zipper Location of the woods where the body was dragged and then dumped The trunk that they were stuffed in the model the make the plate And which model which lake they found her and how they attacked the victim Say which murder weapon was used to do what in which one? Which knife and which gun, what kid what wife and which nun? Don't stop I like this it's fun, the fuckin' night's just begun

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How many people you know who can name every serial killer who ever existed in a row? Put 'em in chronological order beginning with Jack the Ripper Name the time and place from the body the bag the zipper Location of the woods where the body was dragged and then dumped The trunk that they were stuffed in the model the make the plate And which model which lake they found her and how they attacked the victim Say which murder weapon was used to do what in which one? Which knife and which gun, what kid what wife and which nun? Don't stop I like this it's fun, the fuckin' night's just begun

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  bsshooter  |  11

associate each killer with the anatomical parts they damaged

By  LyricaSilvan  |  29

Brains are funny things. We try and try to understand how they work, and yet we still don't know why things like this happen. In all seriousness, though, no worries. It usually turns out that way; you try so hard to remember important things and can't, but once you actually have the test in front of you, it all comes back. Best of luck. Try not to force yourself to remember things, and you should be fine. It'll come to you when you need it.

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Super creepy. Lol. But seriously, this is extremely normal. People tend to be able to remember stuff that interest them or are related to their hobbies, etc., but can't remember stuff for tests which they're not as (or not at all) interested in no matter how hard they study. Think about the number of people that know all about a certain sport, they know all the teams, all the players on a team, all the stats, etc, but when it comes to a test for school or work, then they have trouble remembering things. With a test, you are trying to cram and remember a bunch of facts and things over the span of a month or so, where as those sports statistics and stuff have been gradually learned, storing one fact at a time. It's just easier to remember things were really interested in, and for some people, even that is hard. Memory is a funny thing.

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