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If you are alert, you might clearly see an object in your imagination when you read the sentence:

"It lasted only from CTScan to Face Palm."

What is the object?

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The object could be:

Bottle

Reasoning:

Last letters of "It lasted only from CTScan to Face Palm." in reverse are: M E O N M Y D T or "Me on my DT". DT can stand for delerium tremens - a symptom of withdrawal. I connect it to alcohol, so bottle. However It could be withdrawal of something else or DT could stand for defensive tackle in football or school detention, so I think I am still missing something...I think there is a reason for CTS and FP being capital letters, but do not understand it yet.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for trying ! Not the intended answer:) $\endgroup$ – user63710 Dec 4 '19 at 17:46
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The object appears to be

A football (probably rugby, possibly american)

Because

The last letters of each word including the last sentence spells out: td ym no em t set - or (TD I'm No Empty Set). An empty set would be {}. So, my conclusion would be that it is (), or the shape of a football. I only say possibly american because I don't see any laces.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for trying ! Not the intended answer:) $\endgroup$ – user63710 Dec 4 '19 at 17:46
  • $\begingroup$ Yup. I noticed that after the other person posted. Mine went past the quoted sentence. My bad. $\endgroup$ – MacGyver88 Dec 4 '19 at 17:48