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Weirdest dream you remember?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 07:35:56    Popularity:     

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I often dream of sneaking down the stairs to a dark and deserted NYC subway platform after midnight, where an airplane is waiting to take me to somewhere in Eastern Europe or Scandinavia. Sometimes other people are on the flight (the inside of the plane looks like the inside of a bus at night). When I land, I'm in the middle of a big city (again, at night) with vivid neon signs flashing everywhere. There is traffic noise but it's distorted. But I don't know where I am or why I'm there. It's disturbing as hell. Nobody speaks to me. I enter an office building and no matter where I walk I end up in the same place.

I don't know which one I have more than one

I ate a tennis racket and gave birth to John McEnroe.

Falling down in a whale's mouth, it was so hardcore

The one where I had to help my landlord fix his dune buggy so he could sell it on eBay. Of course, I was naked.

I had a cleaning business with Betty White and she was in an elevator with a vacuum and she asked me if I wanted her to use the "bainsweeper", which apparently is what she called a vacuum....


I had a lot of weird dreams when I was on Lexapro.

There was a dream I had, (this was recent) where I went to this place for a job interview. The building was kind of run down, like a warehouse. When I walked in, I noticed an old washer and dryer sitting in the lobby. (What the???) Suddenly I had this urge to remove my clothes and toss them into the washer, figuring I had plenty of time before the interview. I was wrong! While waiting for the washer to finish, someone appeared up on balcony and said, "They're ready to see you now." So... I walked up the stairs and into the conference room, wearing nothing but my boxers, and sat down. Everyone stared at me in disbelief. I just smiled and said, "Oh, don't mind me, my clothes are still in your washer downstairs. I suppose you want me to tell me about myself?" And I just carried on like there was nothing wrong, business as usual. Of course I woke up before finding out whether or not I got the job. I woke up thinking, "What the ??? Seriously?? Who does that at a job interview??!! What was THAT all about??!!"

I had a prophetic dream (or dreams). I was under duress at the time, and my dad was dead, so I couldn't talk to him.
In the first dream, it was just my dad. He didn't say anything, but he just seemed comforting.
In the second dream, it had snowed, and I was out throwing snowballs with my boyfriend. When I woke up, even though it was April, there was a foot of snow on the ground. My quince bush was in full bloom, sitting in a foot of snow.
My boss said that the second dream was a confirmation of the first dream.

I um
I did the thing



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