I would say that it is what your brain decided...hmmm the spoon in his pocket is wet so let's make him think that it's hot just to mess him up a little more than usual...Paresthesia I would say and they do come in very strange and creepy forms ya know?
But then again...it is Halloween...mmmmwwwahhhhahahahaha!
well, I have never put a spoon in my pocket...but I get the warm to hot spots in different areas mostly everyday...not always though... and mostly on my legs and arms.. just small areas that get warm to hot for a few seconds then goes away...??
sometimes...when I have something covering my foot .. it will get a hot feeling there..but goes away? Weird I know...hehe
Want me to venture a guess about the conductivity of the metal in the spoon and the negatively charged ions circling .... nah, won't go there. In honor of halloween and your love of all things musical -
My weirdnesses generally feel cold and wet. A few days ago I had the distinct sensation that cold water was being sprinkled between the toes of my left foot. I was wearing socks but not shoes at the time, and I even had to take the sock off to make sure this was just another monster trick.
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