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A person who shares my appearance, keeps looking at me through my bedroom window. They only appear at night, and have vanished by the time I open my window. Should I alert the old bill?
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sounds like ur reflection 😭😭
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So your reflection...
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(Original post by Agashii_)
sounds like ur reflection 😭😭
(Original post by Celtic Conjurer)
So your reflection...
How's that possible? :confused:
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How's that possible? :confused:
im confused do u want me to explain how reflections work? lemme get my GCSE physics out real quick 😭😭
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im confused do u want me to explain how reflections work? lemme get my GCSE physics out real quick 😭😭
Go ahead because how could it be a reflection?...
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im confused do u want me to explain how reflections work? lemme get my GCSE physics out real quick 😭😭
hey laiba but I kinda think ur wrong
its probably some creepy 75 year old looking at you
I reckon u put the curtain over the window all the time and try and take a picture of them
lmao
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hey laiba but I kinda think ur wrong
its probably some creepy 75 year old looking at you
I reckon u put the curtain over the window all the time and try and take a picture of them
lmao
Simbaaaaaa
Mm no im never wrong
the Op said ' person who shares my appearance' cant be a creepy 75 yr old unless Op is one too
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A person who shares my appearance, keeps looking at me through my bedroom window. They only appear at night, and have vanished by the time I open my window. Should I alert the old bill?
Reflection Definition

1.the throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound without absorbing it.
"the reflection of light"
Similar:
sending back
throwing back
casting back
mirroring
backscattering
Opposite:
absorption

Here's a wikipedia page so you can do further research:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reflection_(physics)

Hope that helps!
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(Original post by xsowmix)
Reflection Definition

1.the throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound without absorbing it.
"the reflection of light"
Similar:
sending back
throwing back
casting back
mirroring
backscattering
Opposite:
absorption

Here's a wikipedia page so you can do further research:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reflection_(physics)

Hope that helps!
AHAHAHAHA thank you i was not ready to back to GCSE physics trauma
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Come on, guys. This is clearly a troll.
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