What could be a possible explanation for these scenarios?
The neighbor’s ten-year-old daughter comes to your house and says, “My dad would like to borrow a vase, a bar of soap, and some olive oil?’
You go into a local antique shop to buy some candlesticks. The owner says, “I’m sorry but I can’t sell candlesticks to anyone after three o’clock”
You go to the shopping mall. People are walking around as normal but everyone is wearing red, blue, or white clothes.
You go for a walk around the park. There is no dog show on but everyone is walking the same kind of dog.
You order a subscription to a weekly magazine. Although you receive the magazine every week, the dates on them are random—some are from a few weeks ago, some from a few years ago, and some even have future dates on them.
Most days you receive a phone call at home from people wanting to reserve a room at “your” hotel. When you ask what number they have called, they all give a different number.
Every day an old lady comes and stands near your house. When you ask why, she says she used to live on the street when she was a young girl. The woman comes across as mentally alert, but you live on a new estate and there were no houses in the area until ten years ago.
A man walks into a hotel, gives the receptionist two empty milk cartons, and asks, “Are these the ones you are looking for?”
A lady puts her best outfit on, climbs to the top of a nearby hill on her own, and sings at the top of her voice.
All the evergreen trees in your neighborhood lose their leaves in the fall and regain them in the spring even though there have been no unusual weather patterns.