I’ve experienced something like this. I recall being around a group of people (happens a lot when you’re in the US Military), and it appeared they were picking on me by asking certain questions for anyone in the group to answer, but indirectly directing the questions to me. So, they seemed to expect me to have an answer; however, my mind tends to be empty-minded: rely on the unconscious plus the lack of neurotransmitter communication plus slow generation of thought/speech. They don’t understand and I didn’t understand (none of us knew about Sz or knew I had Sz) at that time. But looking back in retrospect (learning I had Sz after being discharged from the Army), I see now that that is what caused the problem.
What would occur is they would answer the questions, whimsically, as if trying to read my mind (trying to assume those are the answers I would verbally provide). But, my mind was blank. Theirs weren’t blank. They would assume I think like them. Usually, their answers would not have been my verbal answers, if they gave me more time to think or answer myself.
It’s like they were trying to steal my thoughts but there were no thoughts to steal.
So, yes, that’s how I have experienced (not often) in the past others trying to read my mind or trying to predict answers I would provide to questions in a group setting. Usually, those weren’t the answers I would’ve actually provided if they gave me more time (I usually need more time to verbally answer questions than normals would). So, they were misreading my mind, reading/predicting inaccurately.
I enjoy living a socially isolated lifestyle, these years, so definitely doesn’t happen in recent years. When I had to be around people a lot, it was weird to cope with my mind operating differently than “normals.” Made me different but didn’t really mind unless they were implying insults.