Weird dreams

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Re: Weird dreams

Postby Jimbo » 25 Apr 2020, 03:15

One of those dreams where you think you are awake in bed and unable to sleep.

So I'm lying in a hotel or motel bed with the head of my bed butted up next to where is set the double adjoining room doors. For no reason I idly drum my fingernails on my side of the doors. Like the sound of my my nail drumming may have spooked someone, I suddenly hear the sounds of activity from the room on the other side. It sounds like someone is hurriedly cleaning up, picking up and loudly crumpling strewn leaves of newsprint. So I lie there listening to this and wondering what is going on in there when the sound stops. Then I hear the click of the other door opening. My door is locked, of course, but still. And then I hear the sound of keys on a ring being extracted. Then I hear a key insertion. Then the click of my door being opened. And then, thank god, I woke up.
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Re: Weird dreams

Postby Minnie the Minx » 03 May 2020, 17:08

I had a dream I was working in a hospital and I went into a patient's room. K-Tel was doing tracheal suction on an infant. I said, where did you learn to do that? He said oh - it's easy. I said, it isn't easy at all! He said yaaaa, course it is.
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Re: Weird dreams

Postby harvey k-tel » 03 May 2020, 17:37

Piece of cake!
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Re: Weird dreams

Postby souphound » 03 May 2020, 18:44

There's nothing Harv can't do. Don't be surprised. Heck, he could probably find a new avatar without guns if he wanted (although he references a classic with his present one). :D
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Re: Weird dreams

Postby pcqgod » 04 May 2020, 05:59

I had an especially vivid and interesting one recently. I was in the movie 'Lawrence of Arabia', not as an actor but an actual character in the movie. Except it was not like the movie in real life -- for one thing, there was at least one major female character with which the Lawrence character has a romantic relationship with. Actually, the only part of the dream that was like the actual movie was a part where the characters (including myself) were traveling across a treacherous wasteland, only at night because it would be too hot in the daytime. Also, unlike the movie, we had to stay on a well-defined path which was alternately a nice covered path, or an empty gully at different points. At one point we had to climb up through a tunnel to a building that was kind of an oasis on the path. I remember feeling a sense of wonder to be inside again. It was a warehouse-like structure, with fold up tables and groups of people gathering to do business and take a respite from the voyage through the long path across the desert.
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Re: Weird dreams

Postby Minnie the Minx » 26 May 2020, 15:20

Last night I had a dream that I was having a conversation with actor Robert Powell, via a lightbulb. It was very erotically charged (the conversation, not the lightbulb.) This is a man I haven't even thought about in about thirty years. The reason we were talking via a light bulb and not on the phone is because I was doing a "nursing home commode" test where I was pissing into dozens of bedside toilets in a nursing home, to see which best caught and stored midnight pisses.
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