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It seems as though people always assume things that are creative and a bit odd must have been created by someone who was high at the time. amirite?

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Haha no worries. We all get something wrong. :p Just gives us a reason to research and find the right answer, eh? Simple mistake. :) No need to be sorry.

i hate that, cant people just be natural random :)

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@i hate that, cant people just be natural random :)

I know! I also hate when people say that the author of Alice in Wonderland was high and the book is about drugs when it actually isn't. >.<

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"Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland, suffered from a rare neurological disorder that caused strange hallucinations. The disease was later named after him - Alice in Wonderland Syndrome.

Alice in Wonderland Syndrome was first discovered by English psychiatrist John Todd in 1955, decades after Lewis Carroll’s death. However, Carroll suffered from many of the symptoms, particularly hallucinations brought on by migraines. In fact, his books may have been inspired by his experiences with migraines."

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Apparentally LSD was created in 1938. Lewis Carrol lived from 1832 - 1898.

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