Woman Freaking Out After 'Glitch In The Matrix' As She Tries To Cut Lemon
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A woman has been freaking out after discovering a 'glitch in the matrix' when she tried to cut up a lemon.
Sometimes in life there are weird moments that cannot be explained in any logical way. You might put something down and it just goes missing, have conversations with people who don't remember speaking to you, or in this case you cut clean through a lemon only to discover not a scratch on it.
This is known as a 'glitch in the matrix', a reference to the 1999 movie The Matrix where humanity is trapped in a giant simulation and the world around us isn't really real at all.
When this happens to most people there's no evidence to back up what just happened, but in this case the woman had a camera trained on her to capture a clue that our whole lives might be a lie.
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Posting the video to her TikTok account, it showed CCTV footage of her at work preparing food when the strange occurrence struck.
She narrated: "You can see me grabbing a lemon, right. I cut it in half and then I cut it in half once more right there.
"You can see me cut it, then I go get a bag, I grab the bag and go back for the lemon, and I grab the lemon and I touch it and I'm like "why is it not cut in half?'
"I am freaking out because the lemon wasn't cut in half any more. It was literally intact, you can see me in the video cut the lemon in half. This has never happened to me and I don't know how to act, I'm freaking out."
All of what she described is in the video, the knife cuts through the lemon cleanly only for her to discover it's still intact.
Plenty of people were utterly convinced they were witnessing something unexplainable, having clearly seen the knife go through the lemon in the video.
One said the lemon must have 'literally moved and put itself back together', someone else was convinced it was 'a glitch or the food is alive'.
Others were less than convinced, with one person claiming the woman 'didn't slice it all the way through' and arguing that such a thin cut might not split the lemon.
Another suggested the lemon might have been stuck together after being sliced up, only making it appear to have repaired itself.
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