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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #180 on: March 18, 2008, 05:33:54 PM »
Very interesting dream MsMercury!!!

Bet it was a bit annoying waking up!!!!

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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #181 on: March 18, 2008, 06:05:37 PM »
I had a doozy last night.


My brother and I had to break into some cases, to reveal some incendiary contents, to burn down our house.  When we left in my car, we couldn't move, because our path was blocked by cheerleaders, doing their routine in the street.


??? ??? ???

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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #182 on: March 18, 2008, 07:31:02 PM »
Maybe your dream means you have a secret desire to run over cheerleaders.  LOL!

Yeah, it is too bad I woke up so soon from my dream!! It would have been very interesting to say the least.

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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #183 on: March 27, 2008, 02:51:24 PM »
Your dream sounds very interesting -- and maybe fun -- MsMercury, although why would Ennis seem to be so mad at you?  Maybe he resents you because he thinks you're going to come between him and Jack?


Chuck, I don't know...sounds like you really have something against that house, doesn't it?   :D 
As for the cheerleaders, they remind me of high school days.  Or of memories of high school days.  Maybe you were feeling a bit hemmed in by things that happened when you were younger?  Just a thought, of course.
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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #184 on: March 28, 2008, 08:10:23 AM »
I had a doozy last night.


My brother and I had to break into some cases, to reveal some incendiary contents, to burn down our house.  When we left in my car, we couldn't move, because our path was blocked by cheerleaders, doing their routine in the street.


??? ??? ???

bwahahah...I just read this now....what a scream!!  cheerleaders??...maybe deep inside you always wanted to be one...hahahahahhahhahabwwhahahwhhwha

just kidding  ::)
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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #185 on: March 28, 2008, 01:26:58 PM »
Your interpretation is better than mine, Nellie.   :D    :D    :D

I always take dreams too literally.

Sorry, Chuck.  I was probably way off-base.

I've been thinking, your dream actually reminds me off parts of "Donnie Darko."  Maybe you were just thinking of Jake movies.   ;D
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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #186 on: March 28, 2008, 01:37:21 PM »
Chuck, you're invading my dreams!  :D

This time, Earl and I were watching a Broadway play, the dream started just as the play was finished and we were leaving. You were in the play, a major character but not the star. No idea about the play itself. Anyway, it took us and inordinately long time to get out of the theater auditorium because of the crowds. I remember thinking, good thing no one was yelling "fire" because it would be really bad, we'd be trampled. But I didn't mind that it took so long to get out. In the theater lobby, there was a stairwell down, which is where you were, in your dressing room. But when we got there, someone said you had already left. We took this news without much ado either, because we knew we'd see you later on. That's where the dream ended.

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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #187 on: March 28, 2008, 01:47:41 PM »
Very interesting, Fritz.

Chuckie was a major character...I can see that.  Just like at a Brokie gathering.

You and Earl wanted to see him...I can see that.  You would want to.

He left before you could find him...sad.   :(

But you knew you'd see him later on...that seems like a fitting end to the dream.  You are Chuck's friends, so you know you'll see him sooner or later.  Maybe there was a get-together for the cast afterwards, and he had arranged for you to be invited.   :)
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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #188 on: March 30, 2008, 09:18:23 PM »
I had a doozy last night.


My brother and I had to break into some cases, to reveal some incendiary contents, to burn down our house.  When we left in my car, we couldn't move, because our path was blocked by cheerleaders, doing their routine in the street.


??? ??? ???

They say the words used to describe the dream often tell us in symbols what a dream is about-


May I ask: Are you  claustrophobic?

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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #189 on: March 30, 2008, 09:22:01 PM »
I was on a calcium channel blocker for about two weeks recently, and I have to tell you, I had the most vivid dreams...It seemed like I was dreaming all night long.

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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #190 on: March 31, 2008, 12:22:49 PM »
May I ask: Are you  claustrophobic?


sure you can ask, and no, I'm not.  ;D

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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #191 on: April 02, 2008, 08:21:10 PM »
May I ask: Are you  claustrophobic?


sure you can ask, and no, I'm not.  ;D
I didn't think so.... :D :D

just kidding....

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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #192 on: April 02, 2008, 08:24:43 PM »
Chuck, you're invading my dreams!  :D

This time, Earl and I were watching a Broadway play, the dream started just as the play was finished and we were leaving. You were in the play, a major character but not the star. No idea about the play itself. Anyway, it took us and inordinately long time to get out of the theater auditorium because of the crowds. I remember thinking, good thing no one was yelling "fire" because it would be really bad, we'd be trampled. But I didn't mind that it took so long to get out. In the theater lobby, there was a stairwell down, which is where you were, in your dressing room. But when we got there, someone said you had already left. We took this news without much ado either, because we knew we'd see you later on. That's where the dream ended.



Fritz, what is it Steve Martin said once? You  shouldn't run into a Fire Station  and yell, 'Movie'!, either.  :D ;)

that dream is really interesting; lots of components there, huh?

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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #193 on: April 18, 2008, 10:37:17 AM »

LOL ;D
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Re: Dreams: The meaning behind them
« Reply #194 on: April 18, 2008, 04:51:07 PM »
Oh, I had a real doozy of a dream last night, and remembered it after I started to wake up.  Unfortunately, I forgot about it and can't remember all the details now.   :D

But it was vivid, and felt like a nightmare.  The one thing that I do remember was that I was somewhere taking pictures from the ground, and suddenly there was a big fireball in the sky.  Then, at the front of the fireball, I could make out the nose of a jet airplane.  At that point, the jet was headed away from me. 

Now a few more details are coming back.  The dream changed after that, and I was looking at this awful picture from a different angle.  I was still on the ground, but facing the front of the airplane.  I couldn't see the fireball any more (which was toward the tail of the airplane), but I could see the jet's front part swooping up and down and around in circles.  And then I made out some logo on the side of the plane, and it said the name of a TV network.

 ???
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