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Well, I'm awake now. Light and TV are on. Just experienced the most terrifying nightmare imaginable.
I won't bore you with the specifics of the first half of the dream. But for some backdrop, I was in the hood. Dealing with hood type stuff. At night. Witness a car-jacking and apparent murder. So my 'friend' (Not an actual friend of mine, can't remember his face, but this seemed to be the case in the dream) hurries me to a nearby lady friend's house.
We're apparently safe now. I'm sitting there talking to these two girls with my friend. All is normal. Besides that still uneasy feeling of danger from what had just transpired. I'm listening to the one girl when I hear my friend simply tell the other "you're weird". I look over and this girl has these hollow eyes (figuratively) as she's staring at me and not moving. Suddenly she falls forward. Oh my God. The other friend is freaking out. What's wrong with her? She's turning blue rapidly. The friend can't pick her up. I don't know where my friend went. I have to help.
So I pick this girl up. We're rushing out to the car to get her to the hospital. We get to the threshold of the door. This is where I can't even begin to explain the heart-stopping horror of this girl opening her black eyes and staring fear into my soul for the rest of forever. That face will haunt me from now until the end of days. I'm actually afraid that if I fall back asleep she will return and kill me. Somebody help me. I'm serious.
I say bang the fear out of her. That or snuff the bitch.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
I had a dream with biddle in it the other night... That's when you know you're on bucknuts way too much. Lol.
And don't worry Dave..you had all your clothes on. And so did I. Haha.
It's just a dream. It's a collaboration of thoughts, experiences, sights, and other things you've thought about or witnessed compacted into subconscious thought. This woman isn't real. I assure you, the world behind your eyelids is safe. Go back to bed. The worst that happens is you have another nightmare, which likely won't even happen.
Want my soul to feel brand new like a fresh coat of paint, we can make it anything but blue anything but blue
I don't get many nightmares. But I get those recurrent panicked dreams. Like the one where you're back at school and you forgot your homework, or to study for a test, or your clothes, etc.
Except for me, my panic arises when I have tickets to The Game but something keeps getting in my way. When I finally make it, I see that scUM is winning. That or someone tells me what an awesome game I just missed. I guess you could say that's a nightmare for me.
This post was edited by perrine 23 months ago
You looked at her eyes? Must've been a skank. Originally I was with initial poster response but I'm not so sure banging this hag won't create more nightmares. Snuff it.
My friend........go out into the world, leave the confines and safety of U.S. boundaries and you will find that nightmares live & breathe. The safest place for you to be is in the bosom of your dreams; dying girl or no.
"Playing here is the closest thing to heaven on earth..." - Brian Rolle
"Tonight, my butt's sore." - Mike Krzyzewski 11-29-11
Illegitium Non Carborundum
However, on a more advanced level, one can do the yogic practice called "chetan nidra" (conscious sleep) and master the dream process by eliminating inner pressures and entering the non-fearful realms of lucid dreaming. When I hung out with Buddhist monks in the mountains of Luang Prabang (Laos) and Tibet, they use a similar process (Tibetan Book of the Dead is ideal reading on this subject) not only to watch the inner processes to control dreams but to master those same inner pressures so that they can determine their next role on the stage of life after so-called "physical death". In any case, when particularly scary dreams occur, one can minimally just deal with that dream by going back to sleep and "watching" the dream manifest. It requires practice but it's illuminating and , eventually, FUN. I used to have nightmares but not any more.
That's a creepy thing to say...might have a story behind that.
My advice Beese: if still thinking bout it tonight nearing time to hit the sack, drink heavily. While watching rerun sports.
Is this Bucknuts or Facebook?? WTF??
I had the strangest dream the other night that I was a WR for the Buckeyes, in training camp, and Coach Meyer was yelling at me about improving my technique or something like that. not even joking.
Yeah..... My brain definitely fed off of the all-access TV series.
craziest thing about it is, if I WAS a football player, there is no way I would ever be a WR. I'm white, fat, and slow. :-)
This post was edited by BlockOFanatic 23 months ago
I have a recurring nightmare:
Duane mentioning he's going streaking down Cypress. Every time he mentions that here, it starts back up again.
Does that count?
And I shall rejoice in victory for another 365 days over That School Up North.
Lay off the pipe dude
ol' dirty dirt... you fucking kill me!
Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life, son.
-- Dean Wormer
some of you guys have great ideas. I would advise you that tonight around 10:30, smoke a bowl or 3 while listening to 2Pac, Bone Thugs, or Snoop. you will sleep well my friend. either that or watch an insane amount of porn before bed, that should make your mind think good thoughts.
Well, it's better than another Hoke is fat thread!
Dirt is right...do that which you fear and the fear will die. So do her...do her hard.
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