When a group of synesthetes goes to a McDonalds,  the sensorial landscape changes...

“One of the rings hurt, it went inside my head like a cone, then shrunk and jumped into my neck, clavicle, upper right chest and arms, in seconds.  The other ring just shuddered my head and back, in a softer, indescribable kind of shock.  There were more shocks from metallic sounds of metal cookware and utensils being dropped on cooking counters ...”

Laurie Buenafe,  Auditory to Proprioceptive syn.

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