For example, when you buy a new car, you start to notice the same car everywhere. How does this happen? You didn’t seem to notice that everyone drove Malibus before.
This Is How You Train Your Brain To Get What You Really Want
Benjamin P. Hardy

This phenomenon is called the Baader-Meinhoff Hypothesis.

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