However, a common misinterpretation of deja vu is a repeat of a certain event. For example, in an episode of Garfield and Friends (US Acres) Orson perpetually removes the same book (Deja vu: the feeling that you are doing something that you've done before) from a box of books over and over again. This is NOT deja vu; rather, it's an event that doesn't have a forseeable end: an infinite loop, if you will.
If you walk into a room and immediately get the feeling that you've been there before, then that is a case of deja vu.
Most of the time Dejavu is left unnoticed. Just because it lasts for a shorter time than it takes to blink.
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