Mullet Death wrote:Can you guess what MY dream means?
Mullet Death wrote:In the dream I had last night, my friend and I played a game called "Weed Simulator," an illegal-substance-growing rpg. For the record, I don't agree with the use of drugs, and neither does he-- he's training to be a cop. It was a brand-new game for-- get this-- the Sega Genesis.
The dream had a lot of other bizarre details, including my friend's little sister harassing us about being in the living room playing Weed Simulator while she was trying to change her clothes. My freind doesn't have siblings in the real world. At some point, I got out of the living room to respect this imaginary sister's wishes and went upstairs-- my friend doesn't have a second floor. On this floor I found several things that make no sense and perhaps can't even be described adequately outside the realm of dreams. Among them was a door that was so totally out of place it may as well have been a door to Narnia. When opened it revealed some sort of office room filled with cublicles of people collaborating on a newspaper. I was greeted by a manager who immediately knew I wasn't supposed to be there, but I apparently talked him into letting me peek around a litle, because the rest of the blur of a dream involved me discussing the advantages of using Linux to the newspaper's IT department.
What you should get out of this is that while there are indeed meaningful dreams, and there are many, many dreams that serve as creative catalysts, many dreams don't have any particular "meaning" to them. I mean, seriously. I didn't make up or imbellish a single detail of that dream. Can you guess what MY dream means? Probably not, so my general advice would be to not put too much stock in the dreamworld for anything beyond imagination.
My other piece of advice may sound rude, but I'm just as serious, and it's genuinely for your benefit in the long run. Please start putting punctuation marks into your posts. Your post LITERALLY has no periods. Come on dude.
DaughterOfZion wrote:People learn how to make sentences in 1st grade, do you really expect us to believe you forgot how to do even that? "I don't use much punctuation because it just makes me look much dumber than I already look." I doubt that, it sounds more like an excuse to not try. That sentences proves you can use a period properly because yes you should have put a period there.
We can't understand half of what you say because you make giant blobs of text that consist of one giant run on sentence. If you just even TRIED to use periods we could understand way more of what you say. I get two lines into your posts and my brain shuts down because I don't want to figure out where one complete thoughts end and another begins.
Quick tip: if you're posting about peanut butter crackers and then start talking about flying a turnip into space, put a period in between the thought about peanut butter crackers and the thought about turnips. Maybe it's not 100% correct but that would at least make your posts halfway understandable.
Also to make this slightly on topic, don't worry about your dreams so much. Dreams are weird, spend the time you worry about them on worrying about more immediate things.
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