I entered a room where there was no one around me so I waited for years and years for my friend to enter. My friend had sent me to this room for a reason I do not know. As years began to pass I noticed that there was a string hanging on me. Suddenly I heard a noise and hoped it would be my friend. Then I saw 2 gray figures coming towards me and then they started attacking me. I saw they had a string hanging on top of them. At that same moment I looked through the window and saw giant people looking at me. The grey figures left and I saw my family there with me and at that moment I knew this is real. The question was where am I and why are there giant people looking at me?
You are a puppet!
The giant people are human beings. They appear big to you because you are small. Also, the string attached to you means that you are a puppet. The gray figures might be other puppets.
crazy. (What is strange in this puzzle?) You are.
The string hanging on you is a
wire. It attaches to the electrodes.
The strings hanging on them is
from their doctors masks.
At the moment
that they (attacked you) flipped the switch, you began having that delusion about the giant people again. Once the procedure was complete, the delusion had passed and you were welcomed back to reality by your loving family.
Where am I? You are in a psychiatric ward.
Why are giant people looking at me? Refer to, where am I.
A frozen embryo being fertilized perhaps? The window could be the microscope lens / test tube? Strings are the sperm being injected into you to fertilize you intra-embryo i.e. via needle and micro-tweezers (the gray things)? Things get real because you now exist as an arguably human entity? People looking at you are your parents possibly, and or doctors perhaps?
Strange part is:
Why you've got a string attached in the first place ...
My answers seems too literal however ...
protected by Aza Jun 8 '15 at 16:24
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