The v-m effect is a phenomenon where crazy conversations are held over instant messaging softwares. It was first observed by vish and meer in 2009 and named after them. The v-m effect not only synchronizes brain waves to produce meaningless conversation that makes sense only to the participants, but is a source of hope as it enables the participants to visualize their future. This effect has seen its relevance to cognitive science and has attracted much attention from the research world.