That was a term used in a movie I watched yesterday…a young woman was described by her grandmother as being in a “sensorial fog”.
The dialogue in the movie was, as a whole, quite entertaining. I enjoyed the sophisticated terms of endearment–and argument. The characters were dramatic, but not overdone. I think it was based on a short story by Louisa May-Alcott…the turn of phrase was just smart.
And now the term “sensorial fog” has stuck with me. I like it. I like the way it sounds…I must try to use it in one of my own conversations sometime soon! 🙂