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To come to a realization that your current state (physical, mental, emotional, etc.) depends if you would of done something different long before now. Similar to the butterfly effect, but a lot less chaotic.
Andrew: "I wonder if I am this hungry because I decided to get a small fry instead of a large fry last week."
Tiffany: "You know what's that called, right?"
Andrew: "Me making a dumb decision?"
Tiffany: "No, silly! It's called The Ingram Effect!"
Andrew: "Hmm, so I didn't notice this before, but I got a small cut from the barber a few days back. Something like that?"
Tiffany: "Exactly!"
by MilkAndEggs August 05, 2018
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