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Everyone has their blind spots...and they're absolutely hilarious! In a new Twitter thread started by Shannon Proudfoot, people all over Twitter came together to answer a great question:

What's the most mundane but thunderous epiphany you ever had? Something so ridiculously dull or elementary that still bowled you over when you figured it out?

Answers began pouring in from every corner of the globe!



The blissful ignorance on display was staggering.



People really need to learn their penny facts...



Sometimes, the key to understanding a concept was hidden in the word the entire time.



Some Twitter users decided to get real deep with their answers.



Others decided to keep it simple.



Kids will believe the darnedest things...and adults will continue until told otherwise. Congrats on seeing the light of reason, everyone!

H/T - Indy 100, Independent

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