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In 5 years from now, will you remember what you did yesterday? What about the day before that?
Yes you will; everyone does: no you won't, in all probablilty, because unless it was particularly significant, you won't readily recall it.
I say, "Yes you will." because if you were to be put in a hypnotic trance and regressed to that particularly time, you would remember it with great clarity. This is because nothing is actually forgotten. It's a bit like storing and saving on a computer.
But the recall isn't quite the same. Sometimes it takes a memory a bit of time to surface. When we get older we often tend to forget people's names - at that time - ten, twenty seconds later, even an hour or half a day later if we really want that name, it will surface. Immediate recall is generally a young man or women's thing.
So I reitterate: Yes you will remember. No, you probably won't be able to recall the event - unless it's so important that you decide that you will.
well it depends on the situation........... if something special or unusual happens then there will be a chance to remember but if the day was casual then there is hardly any chance to remember.............................
It depends how significant yesterday was.. was it significant for me? ..yeah. And so I will remember it in 5 years time..
i already can't remember what i did yesterday, never mind in 5 years lol
but in all honesty, probably not, unless it was soemthing special
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