It's pretty apparent, & I have often wondered why. It's almost as if we have a sort of internal copy machine that tells us what to say. This is NOT a criticism, BTW. I'm just wondering what the internal processes are that cause us to repeat our early or significant enema events over and over, nearly word for word. Just so you know, I don't mind that--in fact it seems nice in a way, for so many of you to share the same things in the same fashion. I have several similar types of events (Ex: giving my first girlfriend enemas throughout high school). I understand some of what goes on in everyone's heads, and I know that our membership changes over time, but what drives our memories like this? I didn't have a parent who gave me enemas all the time, and I always tend to be driven more by the things I do than the things done to me, but I still have these intense memories, some of them quite a few decades old, and those drive a lot of my thinking. How about you?Why do you think that is, in your case? What is your most intense single enema memory, recent or distant, that drivees your thinking? (If you feel OK to do this) What have you never shared anywhere about these memories?