Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by catlady, Jan 1, 2014.

  1. What are some of the weirdest, strangest dreams you ever had?
    I have some very weird ones, so I want to see if I am not alone here...


  2. This is probably going to make me look crazy lol, but whatever.

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    When I was real young, I woke up (I probably wasn't really awake), and my whole room had turned into a beach. It was really strange in a good way. Everything looked life-like, from the sand and the shells on my dresser, to my walls looking like blue water with a small scuba diver. I could touch it and feel the texture of the sand, and leave imprints of my feet in the sand on my room's carpeted floor. I left to go to the bathroom, and when I came back my room was back to normal. It was really strange but cool at the same time.
  3. No idea why but I just googled it and apparently that means

    "To dream that you are on the beach and looking out toward the ocean indicates unknown and major changes that are occurring in your life."

    Apparently it's all down to coming to a lifelong cross roads, strange shit.

    http://www.edreaminterpretation.com/beach-2/ link for reference.

    As for the OP I've had a few weird dreams about falling in a shopping centre that's near by, it's not as though I can interact with it as I always wake up before I hit the ground. Apparently that means my life is out of control.
  4. Oh that's really interesting! I know thought of looking up what it meant. I don't think I was at a crossroads in my life at that time but I probably just don't remember. It was so long ago!

    I don't remember most of my dreams now, and when I do it's because I've woken up several times during the night and have a hard time sleeping. Sometimes I wish I remembered more of them.

    I've never had dreams about falling (as far as I know). That must be really scary!
  5. For some odd reasons I have real life dreams, like stuff I would do. Eventually I actually do these things though, and its not like ride a bike or go for the beach its very specific but random. One moment is when I went to sit down at the table. A certain angle, the actual episode of Dora, the same cereal brand and everybody was sitting at the exact spot. Even the lighting, it was all spot on. I got these every couple or months. Don't know why, and usually no one really believes it, but meh.
  6. I have a reoccurring dream where I'm driving on the Golden Gate Bridge and it collapses when I'm on it
  7. Do you get alot of deja vu from that?
  8. I was in Disneyland and WWE had an event there. The main event was a special ref match. Undertaker vs Kermit The Frog with Papa Smurf as the ref. I woke up after that, but still...fucking awesome.

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  9. That's because you're dealing with your homosexual feelings. The golden gate bridge represents SF which to you represents being gay. The bridge collapsing is you giving in to your primal urge for cawk.

    Senhor Perfect MD
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  10. I have had some strange ones, most of which I no longer remember. I see why people keep dream journals. Nice to know I am not alone! lol
  11. You put that one in your dream journal too?
  12. I don't have one. lollol And this reference is to "that" dream? :mad2:
    I SHALL KICK YOU! :angry:
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  15. since i quit smoking ive been rocking lucid dreams on the regular. Not a huge fan tbh.
  16. My worst is a real life dream where I dream a full shift at work including my break, fag break everything possible. I then wake up fuming as I feel like I've been at work but actually have to go.

    My strangest involved going to my highschool reunion and afterwards I was in a taxi home and my school mates turned into tigers, chased me and eat me. But being eaten I was transported into a world in the tigers belly with houses and skyscrapers think a TARDIS type situation. Whilst in here I went to my local and met my girlfriend who told me that if I drank to much it would then make the tiger sick and he would throw me up. So I did he did and I was back in the taxi covered in saliva outside my house.
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  17. I hardly ever remember my dreams. The last one I remember involved a volcano and a helicopter. Beyond that, I'm drawing a blank. I'd rather not remember.