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It's not easy being alone in brilliance. To have an innate intuition about life is a gift and a curse. Nobody ever believes you.

And then when you're proven right, people get all moody about you shoving an "I told you so" in their face. But like... I did tell you so.

Madonna, Madonna is brilliant about always being ahead of the curve. Culturally she always knew where we were headed and what was and was not going to work.

It's a gift that is only meant for some.

So Redditor u/Fireseeker23 reached out and wanted to discuss the things that those of us "in the know," always knew first by asking:

"What is your "Did it before it was cool" thing?"
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When you're in a tricky situation, the best thing to do is just listen to your gut. It always knows what's best for you, and won't let you down when the going gets tough. In some cases, it can actually save your life. Here are a few examples, courtesy of the people over at Reddit.

u/12345burrito asked: When has a gut feeling saved your life? [Serious]


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My number one rule in life has always been "trust your gut". Your body and brain know you better than anyone, and are able to warn you when something just isn't right. Your gut is there to warn you- listen to it. Here are a few examples, courtesy of the kind people over at Reddit.

u/IChronoI asked: Hey Reddit, when did your "something's not right here" gut feeling ever save you?

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You ever have one of those moments where you think, "dang, I really might be psychic"? Well, you probably aren't, but sometimes your intuition lines up just right. According to these Redditors, sometimes predictions can come true in the most eery ways.

u/CureSoleilFan asked: What have you predicted, that came true? Did people believe you beforehand or afterwards?

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