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Humans are great at pattern recognition, and these patterns of daily life can often be comforting. Waking up and having the first cup of coffee of the day is a pattern that many people enjoy, and often signals a great day.

The phrase "We need to talk," has been the start of many an uncomfortable conversation though, so most people recognize it as an omen of awkwardness to come.


Reddit user u/AtbBerare asked:

"What made you go 'Ah sh*t, here we go again'?"

10.

When your mom yells your name from across the house, so you yell "WHAT?", but she doesn't reply.

-not-a-demon

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Then you yell "WHAT!?" Even louder so she can hear you and she says "WHY ARE YOU YELLING AT ME?!"

-High_Stream

9.

When I read "We thank you for the time and effort you have spent in the application process."

-Surpator

8.

Simple, but I walk everywhere. Takes me an hour to get to my nearest supermarket; went there and got home with shopping... forgot the main thing I went for.

"Ah s**t, here we go again"

-Adhamass

7.

I can see my toddler's meltdowns with about a 30 second lead time.

He's 3 and he had one the other day because I told him he could not go back to being 2 years old.

-rpmunn

6.

Every time "don't stop believing' or 'livin on a prayer' comes on. I think part of why it drives me nuts is because I've gotta be the only one who doesn't like them.

-TheHairlessGorilla

5.

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When I've beaten very difficult boss and he enters stage 2

-KifoPL

Except you didn't know about stage 2 and used all of your items on stage 1

-NikkitheChocoholic

4.

Everytime I get called back into the back office at work.

-mr_sparklez

3.

Each time my boss calls a mandatory all staff meeting and it just so happens that it's on my day off/during my sleep hours, oh and its tomorrow "we sent out a memo last friday"

-risaboo212

2.

This is more of a fun "here we go again" reaction, mainly due to being an "innocent bystander".

Every time Bethesda made another public/PR announcement with regards to Fallout 76.

Time to bring out the popcorn, cause ahh s**t, here we go again!

-Thomhandiir

1.

When I'm reading a book and realize I haven't been paying attention while reading the last two pages. So I start again.

-ImOwningThisUsername

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