2 Answers

  1. The main factor probably lies in a relaxed state and reduced activity to a minimum. Since up to this point you were constantly doing something, then those mysterious “strange clicks” were most likely simply not taken into account, because you had more important actions on your mind than tracking extraneous sounds. Secondly, they could simply not be heard, because even a not particularly noisy computer turned on can safely block out any rustling, etc., and it is worth adding to it the rest of the noise background, which can be supplemented by your activity, and even the ear-cutting creak goes unnoticed. Of course, there is no sacredness in this.

  2. I think it's because you close your eyes and your brain can better process information from other sense organs, such as your ears. When you close your eyes and kisses become more pleasant, and sex, and food and alcohol.

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