Ok, so there was some article on Reddit today that was fascinating but also slightly sketchy and I wanted to see of I can get some more people's opinions on it. The article suggests that not everyone gets goosebumps while listening to music. My initial reaction was that this must be a load of bollocks - everyone gets that right? Like all the time, that's completely normal? So I showed it to a friend and he thought I'd gone mad and said that he'd never had that happen to him! So... I asked around the office and asked some friends and family and it really does seem to be quite split with some never experiencing it at all, others a bit and others getting it often. So...where do people on CF fit into the 'goosebump spectrum?'. I've been fascinated by this all day and can't get my head round the idea that someone wouldn't have a physical reaction with music. The Reddit article is a bit sensationalist and suggests it's a 'rare' thing to do with the amount of brain thingamijigs that allow you to sense audio which all sounds a bit fishy to me. And, from what I've seen, it certainly isn't rare. But I've spoken to a good 3 or 4 people now who confirm they've never had goosebumps from music EVER so there must be something in it. I just can't get my head round it as to me it just seems so natural.