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Sleep Paralysis/Old Hag Syndrome THEORY QUEST by Avi - Thu, 17 Aug 2017 16:15:02 EST ID:tOBG/3OT No.45736 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm not seeing anything about this, mostly just boards about personal one-off dreams. So please explain your experiences on the following topics as detailed as possible.

>Sleep Paralysis
>The Old Hag
>Shadow People
>Hatman and/or Hooded Figure
>Other people seeing/feeling the same thing at the same time

I'm putting together notes for a Podcast episode to better understand this phenomena and how/why it affects so many people and why the experiences are so similar and often viewed by multiple people.
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Doris Puttinghit - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 03:43:10 EST ID:Q0g/IusU No.45774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45736
interesting, I never heard of old hag syndrome but I did fall asleep once though I thought I was awake just laying there but this old creepy looking lady wouldn't let me get up then I woke up and went to poop. now its gonna happen again cause I'm thinking about it. fuck you guys ♥
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StimLioness !JM2DTgXfqU - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 04:19:41 EST ID:A4kIPQxt No.45794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Long-term sleep paralysis sufferer here. Had it as early as 4 that I can remember, vaguely have a memory of an episode as a baby in my crib. I just woke up from an episode as I type this. It feels so painful to force will yourself to move its like your brain is being electrocuted. I woke up to hearing my mom and my friend Collins mom outside the window and seeing a face in the trees. I started wiggling my feet to try to get movement, it feels like I imagine being awake during a coma or being paralyzed feels. I started mumbling ( I think I never know for sure but it felt real this time ) in like stroke voice "Hhhhhelp hhhhhelp" and breathing "hnnnng ugggh huh hnuuunnnng" to try to scream for help. I heard my phone go off ( it really didn't ) and I finally jolted awake.

I mentioned sleep paralysis earlier sometimes that can trigger an episode. I've had about 3 so far tonight. Popped a benzo and am staying up a bit so I'll go into the history of my sleep paralysis. My earliest memory was 4, I was in the old house we just moved into and an old lady had died there and I woke up and saw her face in the window. Not to make this /spooky/, but I swear the next day I saw footprints and white hairs in the plot of garden outside the window, kids have wild imaginations tho.

My scariest episode was before I moved to Seattle and moved back to Michigan so about a year ago. Again not to be /spooky/ but I believe this encounter to be real, and its my first one with shadow people and entities. It started off with a diagnostics run down next to a tank in a science lab. WIthin the tank was a humanoid man with a dog like muzzle, patches of fur sporadically over his body, ears that looked like they were sewn on, and giant bone-claw like protrusions jutting out of its arms. I "woke up" into sleep paralysis in my friends guest bed and it was pitch black. I sensed the creature was there in bed with me, it was stirring about disturbingly. It began rubbing up against me frightened like it wanted to help. I was shuddering as it rubbed against me. It telepathically communicated with me... and this haunts me to this day... "HELP ME HELP ME WHAT HAVE I BECOME". I woke up and experien…
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Betsy Billingridge - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 11:07:05 EST ID:A7yi/l9T No.45799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oh god. I said Id tell my story so here it is quickly.
As a teenager myself and some friends where traveling though France. We'd stayed in Lyon and caught a train out into a village in the country where my friend's family owned a small cottage.
It was a hot summer and after an exhausting day traveling around with our backpacks I fell asleep quickly on a nasty old mattress with springs sticking out of it upstairs in the attic.
Then in a vivid paralised limbo state I saw this old lady sitting on the bed bearing over me. the hag. She wanted money from me to stay in her house. I tried to move, even to give her something but was just frozen and couldnt scream or breathe. She was laughing and mocking me as I experienced sheer dread.
Then I suddenly woke, the lights where on and I saw my friend in the centre of floor space unable to breathe, he then dropped to the floor like he had died.
I then woke again, for real this time and the lights where off. I freaked out and called to my friends to turn the light on.
Ive never been a stranger to paranormal events but up unto this point this was the most terrifying I have ever experienced. It left me feeling spooked for the whole next day. The similar experience of being attacked by a spirit and then vividly experiencing waking up, when you havnt, happened to me another time with a chinese brother and sister (dead) when I was in Hong Kong. Its like a trick they play. I dont want to go into that right now.

On the flip side sleep paralysis or that state of being just between your body and the spirit world can also be related to very beautiful spiritual experiences. So dont fear such things as this wont help. I find that being too hot can trigger bad sleep experiences and if you have the presence of something that is attacking you, cleanse the space. Burn sage, bless the room, invoke the presence of pure beings in whatever spiritual approach works for you. Make it a sacred space.

I dream every night, multiple times, sometimes it gets tiring. Some dreams are like inner soul movies whereas others are realer in a sense. I have a good experience of lucid dreams and experiencing real phenomenon, and this felt as real as it gets.
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Edwin Cengertane - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 01:40:49 EST ID:S7HpiYy5 No.46048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
PUT A NIGHT LIGHT IN YOUR ROOM
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Matilda Cobberford - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 00:21:42 EST ID:KLCjE4Bf No.46051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't be afraid to get a yearly exorcism as well..shit sounds rough as fuck. If i were subjected to the elemental i must carry in my atmosphere i would break. Thank god for the veil over my eyes. Though one day all must be free of it.


Half-asleep thought loop by Lillian Crindleshaw - Tue, 15 May 2018 02:19:52 EST ID:yjUTcHBK No.46020 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone else get stuck in "thought loops" in half-sleep states? It's sort of like I have a problem, or I have to fix something, but I keep going from step A to step B to step C, it repeats forever and ever. For example, I'm buying a new car and I kept going from step A to step B to step C, not able to complete what I needed to do and feeling frustrated, trapped, like everything is fucked, then only then I realized "Wait, you are in bed trying to sleep" and I snap out of it. Is this a sign of a health problem, like dementia? I worry I'll get into one of these and never get out when I'm older.

Doesn't happen often, but when it does it sucks. I wonder if this is why I have such bad sleep, maybe I do this more than I remember?
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Sophie Clayspear - Fri, 18 May 2018 01:48:11 EST ID:MVtYlGJx No.46022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46020
maybe you have some unfinished business in real life
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Basil Feggleham - Fri, 18 May 2018 07:18:26 EST ID:D6kwl5QO No.46024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ive had something like that. Except it was getting out of bed and getting a drink out of the fridge. then waking up in my dream to do it again.. and again. etc. I dont think its something bad. Just a weird ass dream
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Edwin Cengertane - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 01:36:02 EST ID:S7HpiYy5 No.46046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I started had similar experiences too that recently that started from dramatically switching my sleep schedule, not getting enough sleep, and taking too many melatonin supplements.What I found too help is having a night light on in the corner of your room for a few nights. It will help you realize your not asleep and I think would help with the half-sleep states. And try to get at minimum 8 hours of being asleep, go to bed with time to spare.
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Matilda Cobberford - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 00:12:04 EST ID:KLCjE4Bf No.46049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds familiar to what I've experienced, in that I'll be going through a "waking life" experience and try to do it, but then suddenly realize I'm not there, but in bed. I think it's normal, in that you're drifting off to sleep, and in thinking yourself somewhere you put yourself there and forget about your body. Kind of like a mix of projecting and lucid dreaming but neither because the body is too awake.
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Matilda Cobberford - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 00:13:26 EST ID:KLCjE4Bf No.46050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46049
Can't get stuck forever, the body will call you back. Though you may spend some minutes there. I know i have.


Continuation Dreams by Samuel Tillingwill - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 14:42:30 EST ID:synOmQ3R No.45926 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Quite often, I will be dreaming - and it's usually not a pleasant dream - and I'll wake up for whatever reason. Screamed myself awake, cat on face, have to piss, whatever.

Most of the time I'm relieved I'm out of the dream.....

Except when I fall back asleep the dream picks up right the fuck where it left off. Not like, 'similar scenery' I'm talking... the exact point where I awoke, I'm back in it.

It makes me so upset, like I can't escape. Doesn't matter if I wake up once or six times, if it's one of my spanning dreams, if I go back to sleep,I'm stuck. There have been a few instances where the dream was SO terrible, I just stayed up the 2nd time I awoke because I was terrified it would continue.

I keep a dream journal nightly, and in review it seems like I get this kind of thing once every 6-8 weeks. I have NO advanced notice that I'm gonna be stuck in a storyline.

Has anyone else had this, or even something similar??
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Ebenezer Hankinfudging - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 18:01:05 EST ID:t3IKdCvP No.45927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know what you're talking about. The continuation of the plot could have something to do with your surroundings. Have you tried changing the room you sleep in or spraying some febreze before going back to sleep? Things like smell and sound can leak into your dreams.
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George Pickridge - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 02:01:26 EST ID:7dGJXEv9 No.45950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The only time this happened was when I was a kid I had a dream about swimming deep under water for a contest. Four nights in a row. But it wasn’t a bad dream. I was just swimming underwater like I had gills. In a Mexican pyramid like arena.
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Edwin Cengertane - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 01:37:38 EST ID:S7HpiYy5 No.46047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It happens to me too, except I try to make it intentionally happy cause I was with a girl in my dreams, fun times.


Paranoia by Nathaniel Greenham - Thu, 07 Jun 2018 18:30:01 EST ID:ypmcOVPc No.46037 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I really hate when people ask me if I'm okay and look me in the eyes, especially when I'm really high. I appreciate it, don't get me wrong, and this isn't the kind of thing where I don't want to seem like a bitch when I'm drinking, smoking, or taking some other substance.
The thing is, most of the times when this happens, I'm awake and not actually dreaming, but I keep imagining that I'm going to wake up. Sort of trying to say that my waking state now is actually my dream and sleep state. I keep feeling like the person asking me if I'm okay isn't actually my friend or whoever I'm doing things with, it's an EMT, a paramedic, or even a cop, and it freaks me the fuck out.
I'm so paranoid, you guys, and I think it has to do with the fact that this has actually happened to me before on a xan overdose where the people I was with felt they had to call an ambulance because I was sleeping in public.
It's driven me to a point where I don't even do most drugs.

Anyone else know this feel or anything similar of this paranoia in their lives?
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Maria - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 18:15:44 EST ID:6et9sHtl No.46039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
agreed
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Graham Cickleputch - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 14:45:42 EST ID:tohFl8xj No.46041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Do you have big eyes?
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Edwin Cengertane - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 01:19:52 EST ID:S7HpiYy5 No.46045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Weed is the only drug I have done that makes me feel extremely paranoid over this same basic idea. I think it happened because of a DXM drug trip where I felt like I was dying, an n_bome trip where I got stuck in a mind loop, and a spice trip where I think I was actually dying. The onger I smoked weed the more the effects increased until I could hear absolute strangers talking complete shit about my private life. I had to take some time of from smoking weed and get my head together and that seemed to help. I prefer to do drugs that give you no choice but to relax, when I smoke weed now the paranoia never went away completely but it got a lot better.


Bump when dreaming by Martin Femblelock - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 19:38:27 EST ID:Z1c27HK5 No.45590 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Had a dream last night that my mom was stomping on my head. Another one where crazy colourful figures where screaming at me. Ever since I cut down on weed my dreams are more vivid as expected. A lot of them have no chill but it's still interesting. I'm not even sure I can seperate a nightmare from a regular dream, in a good way. At least it makes me feel something, even though I might wake up sweaty. I'd like to enjoy some sleep paralysis again where I see the Mr. dark figured fuck-your-shit-up-fam guy. It's about the only excitement I have.
You?
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Sidney Blythedale - Sat, 12 May 2018 23:38:40 EST ID:tI1LH7kA No.46017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Only remember the end of a dream.
I was in some kind of dream battle encounter situation and entered the dream perspective of the main "bad guy" mid fight, (dont remember who I was before but the locale was the same) all my minions got killed off and I had to try to escape. Didn't succeed, ended up on my knees in front of the leader of the enemy, got shot straight in the forehead, mumbled something about the body being a prison as I felt all warmth and energy drain through the hole in my head. Somehow refocused my body again and returned to a solid "living" state and said "I don't fear death", awoke the second I had finished the sentence.

I thought I had been through my edgy period years ago. Apparently not.
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Hamilton Dorringshaw - Wed, 16 May 2018 03:39:41 EST ID:/6ETK16O No.46021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>waiting in my basement with a rifle staring at the door expecting an attacker to enter
>after waiting a while, decide to put rifle down on top of my couch
>as I do so a gunman opens the door
>I duck and attempt to hide and reach for my gun but I can't grasp it
>realize I can't escape this and lie facing the floor with my hands behind my head
>gunman walks around to me and I say "please don't kill me"
>he presses his handgun to the back of my head and I brace myself for death
>didn't hear the gunshot or feel any pain, but I knew i had died instantly
>a sublime transition as my "vision" fades to darkness
>come across a platform similar to the "league of legends" homepage but just the friends list
>friends list is comprised of everyone I knew in real life but they're all "offline"
>I try "clicking" on their name to speak to them, however it shows every single conversation I had with them in life with a timestamp
>sadness fills me as I realize I'll be alone, unable to speak to anyone for eternity
>the only thing I can do is read my conversational chat logs if I want anything that resembles talking to people
>feel the last bit of consciousness fade away
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Molly Wishbury - Mon, 28 May 2018 19:01:23 EST ID:lUgK+L35 No.46031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45590
Last night I had a dream that everyone and everything was just a small group of immortals who decided they would play pretend together and give birth to this existence, reincarnation was just a switching of roles in this marathon play. I could hear an old man's laugh and I woke up.
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Sophie Snodson - Sat, 02 Jun 2018 11:37:00 EST ID:JSde/2bm No.46034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had a dream that I was swimming and saw a penguin. I tried to pet him, and he responded by eating my arm.

>>46031
I've had this dream before too. We would switch between blue team and red team and go to war with each other, but when the war was over and it was time to switch again there was no harm done and everyone was happy.

Given the brutality of this existence it's probably wishful thinking.
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Ian Suzzlestick - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 19:19:17 EST ID:vMMohIq0 No.46044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I had intense dreams in jail about lightning charged rainbow body flying lotus meditation poses and hearing ghosts transmit radio waves into my head in the form of songs.


My bf said i'm fat... Am i fat? by Maria - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 18:08:06 EST ID:6et9sHtl No.46038 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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He called me fat
Thanksfully i still have you guys
http://alphalou.ml
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Edwin Pickworth - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 17:58:59 EST ID:tI1LH7kA No.46042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46038
You're very fat and your links are smelly
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Ian Suzzlestick - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 19:14:50 EST ID:vMMohIq0 No.46043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>46038 no but I had a dream where you were soooo fat.


just pain by Hugh Gocklefot - Mon, 14 May 2018 07:51:21 EST ID:fianmrXJ No.46019 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been in a swing of having very vivid dreams again but the problem is that my ex girlfriend is in almost all of them. Last night I was in line at a store to work on something there and then all my friends showed up in a massive line up to apply to be in the next guardians of the galaxy movie. I was not going to join but last minute decided to sign up. I get in the audition room and I couldn't pick a script and we spent forever looking through different comic books for cool dialogue. Three people were helping me at once try to read one page of a Daredevil book. That has nothing to do with Guardians but whatever. The words were just going crazy on the page.

Then out of nowhere my ex shows up. She is so mean to me in my dreams it hurts so bad. I have not been with her since January and I thought I was over her but these dreams are making me ache over it a lot. She just shows up and treats me like shit in all of my dreams and insults me and then leaves. I always wake up broken hearted and sad but also wishing I could stay in the dream world. I hate waking up.
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Oliver Grimman - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 18:10:48 EST ID:VVYycGRS No.46035 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Tell her how she makes you feel in your dream.
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John Drattingridge - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 18:16:21 EST ID:6et9sHtl No.46040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i know right


Dreams of cheating... by Shitting Hablingwill - Fri, 25 May 2018 14:23:04 EST ID:isUC04ia No.46029 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do dreams about cheating on your girlfriend mean? This was just last night after I've been having quite vivid dreams after quitting weed. There have been similar dreams before like her cheating/dumping me for another guy. Last night it felt so real with me even thinking of my gf and excuses while meeting this mysterious woman. I told her I had a gf and she didn't care.

I mean it seems obvious that this could mean thoughts of distrust in myself or her, but I'm not so sure. Does anyone else ever have dreams like this? I would think its a somewhat normal occurrence in relationships. I don't know maybe im just overthinking my latest crazy dream during my tolerance break lol. It sure was intense
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Matilda Pickway - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 21:53:26 EST ID:D+z5uUtu No.46036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sex in dreams, it has been said, may not be bound to our waking definitions of what it means to engage in sexual intercourse. It very well could be a signal of your feelings of "infidelity" or feelings of mistrust towards your partner, but if that were the case then the answer would be found by simply asking yourself.

Did the dream of cheating involve someone you know? Maybe you have had fleeting thoughts about that person, which the dream has blown out of proportion. Even if the girl was completely imaginary, perhaps she was a symbol of something you "cheat" on your girlfriend with, something else you engage in and that you are constantly "thinking of excuses" for.

It is possible that you and her have a happy relationship and that you are overthinking an unusually vivid dream, something you may not be used to (coming from a regular cannabis smoker). You just never know, when it comes to dreams!


found a dream loophole by Barnaby Dreckleshit - Tue, 24 Apr 2018 09:13:03 EST ID:XCdRPhjp No.46004 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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you know how in dreams it's tough as shit to beat someone up? well last night i had a dream where someone else was with me and beat the shit out of this arsehole that i knew when i was younger. felt just as satisfying. also i was helping, i know you get limbs made out of melted plastic in dreams but for some reason swinging chairs and other things around, it doesn't matter if your arms are moving slow, you can rely on the weight of the object to do the damage.

only complaint i have is that after one or two hits with the chair, i felt bad and wanted to stop. i didn't want to apologise, fuck that, but i felt like i'd done more than enough. the other person didn't feel the same way though. last memories are of him picking him up and laying him out unconscious on a bush, then seeing him come to and almost roll off it at like 6ft in the air.

dreams are amazing at teaching us about our own psyche, like yeah you could do the monkey brain shit but is it gonna be worth the emotions afterward?
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Alice Wollerforth - Tue, 01 May 2018 05:09:28 EST ID:WZ60mcMy No.46010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can beat someone up easily in a dream. Just have more force man. I've had high speed fights, slow motion fights, flying at a dude and choppin him in half with a sword. Grabbing a dude and using his body as a shield vs bullets, grabbing a 30lb dumbbell off the floor of a gym and throwing it 50mph at some dude and cracking him in the face.
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Sidney Billingford - Mon, 28 May 2018 14:45:07 EST ID:GyIQ5GCZ No.46030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>i know you get limbs made out of melted plastic in dreams
What? Never heard this and I get normal limbs in my dreams
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Jack Huggleman - Sat, 02 Jun 2018 02:08:25 EST ID:CFqRhTgk No.46033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Every time I want to fight someone in a dream my arms turn to molasses. Sucks.
Acfuallly thanks for this, I’m gonna throw shit at people next dream!


reoccuring elements by Rebecca Sellybork - Wed, 13 Dec 2017 23:28:43 EST ID:j/7IU3e5 No.45870 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what reoccurring elements do you have in your dreams?

i seem to always be trapped in a maze or some kind of labyrinth unable to get to my destination and loose teeth
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Charlie Bonehead - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 20:43:51 EST ID:rRQvwq4F No.46007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For some reason, I tend to have recurring dreams where I'm watching a Nickelodeon cartoon, but it's really fucked up. In this recent one, it was an episode of Rocko's Modern Life.
It starts out with Rocko getting fired from the Comic book store, so he tries to get a new job at Conglomo. He is the best applicant for the position, and is all but promised the job. Meanwhile, one of those random lizard guys- who all work at Conglomo in the show- announces at his office birthday party that he believes he's a woman trapped in a man's body. He declares himself to be a pre-op transexual, though he does nothing to alter his appearance. He looks and sounds like a man, and just occasionally bats his eyelashes or blows a kiss. Conglomo, afraid of being sued for discrimination or intolerance or something, publicly embraces the allegedly tranny lizard, and decides to hire him internally for the position that Rocko was supposed to get. Later, Rocko and Heffer are watching the news, and they see that the tranny lizard has been given an award for "progressive leadership" for "being so special and overcoming adversity". Heffer then tries to mimic the lizard he-she's success, but no doctor will help him transition because he's too fat. Heffer makes a big deal about it on the news, but nobody supports him. Having embarrassed his family, his dad kicks him out of the house. So, he goes to crash at Rocko's house, but Rocko is jobless, and ineligible for unemployment benefits because in his state they are now reserved for single women.
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Angus Fottingwut - Sun, 06 May 2018 19:11:10 EST ID:tWtrqUdP No.46011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45959

Yeah my most vivid dreams are always where I'm either on a train or in a station. I never reach my destination though and I never know where I'm actually meant to be going. It's usually accompanied by general feelings of stress and anxiety, or uncertainty.
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Molly Turveystone - Tue, 08 May 2018 21:50:57 EST ID:caypSeSW No.46012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45870 i am usually in a state of confusion
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Isabella Sanderhall - Thu, 10 May 2018 14:23:54 EST ID:gC0imziB No.46015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45870
I often end up being judged, hurt, or laughed at for being different.
a few examples;
>standing at a train platform waiting for a train and all other passengers around me look at me and talk behind my back
>while serving drinks at a party originally wearing a suit, I look down and am wearing a skirt; guests laugh at me and tell me crossdressing is disgusting and insulting to them
>riding at the back of my friend's bike, and someone is chasing me for being a tranny and an abomination
>wake up lying down on a beach, some strangers walk up to me and ask who i am and why I'm here. once I tell them who I am, they laugh at me telling that's wrong and that i'm an idiot for thinking that
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Walter Feshkane - Thu, 31 May 2018 03:14:19 EST ID:+TiMJPcs No.46032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I constantly find myself back in my childhood home. Sometimes it's a chill dream, but it usually gets pretty nuts pretty quick and I almost always end up running through the woods we had behind the place until I wake up. Last night was a chill dinner which was interrupted by an armed guy with no facial features flat out shooting my family members in the chest one by one, and next thing I know I'm running.

Then I wake up.

It happens about once a month or so. Who knows what the fuck it means.


GOREFEST by Emma Bullernut - Thu, 24 May 2018 08:05:29 EST ID:R9UQP8+E No.46028 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how often do you dream about gore? do you think its indicative of your interests and maybe even mental health if you dream about it too much?

I've had this dream today. We were on a big castle and it was in the middle of winter. The snow made the scenery look like a real winter wonderland. By we I mean a bunch of strangers, a bunch of friends and a bunch of people that i vaguely remember from way back in the day; were talking early middle school and primary school here.
i get my hands on some really fire dope and proceed to eat it and i get buzzed as af. as the day goes on i end up watching soccer with a bunch of hooligans and being bored out of my mind. so i step outside to talk to a friend about my dope. he asked why i wouldnt just take so much to nod the fuck out and be done with it. and i told him that it would be a waste, i need to make it as memorable as possible. thats where an idea came upon the dude, he told me "why dont you jump off of that building as the dope kicks in, the adrenaline may give your rush a new edge". i told him that he was a retard and that that shit doesnt work and as i was proclaiming my disappointment in his idea some retard jumped off of that very building. we went to check him up and he was fine.
it turns out he is a dopefiend. i told him "i will give you my dope if you can catch us and beat us up". he agreed and gave us a head start. using this headstart we ran into a nearby grove and my dude pulls out a gun "well surprise him now that we are alone with him" as he ran to our location he pointed the gun at him and the fiend got all sad and desperate pleading us to spare his life, the works. we shot him in the stomach and i went and cut off his head, kneeled down and gouged out his eyes with my thumbs, holding onto the severed head while the blood was painting the snow beneath us a crimson mix of snow and blood. as i was done with his head it looked up and saw a little girl in a summerdress that looked at me and asked me: "are you proud of yourself?"


Insomnia by Simon Closhbanks - Fri, 18 May 2018 03:03:24 EST ID:zg9434QD No.46023 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I sleep? Been up til 4 or later every day this week. Had it my whole life.
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Represent - Mon, 21 May 2018 03:20:56 EST ID:jlgTM85D No.46025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>46023
It means you're a night owl (or a night cat). There's no way around except to accept it and embrace it. If you fight it it's gonna make your life suck. Let's admit it, mornings suck and having to wake up in the morning is no way to live, lol. Just get a night job, they sometimes pay better than day jobs (if you need a job).
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Sidney Pimblestag - Wed, 23 May 2018 15:52:26 EST ID:tI1LH7kA No.46027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Depends, do you mean that you lie in bed sleepless or that you just stay up, probably fucking about on your phone/computer?

Either case, you should try to keep about 2h prior to sleeping screen free, it fucks with your sleep. If that doesn't work, and you're actually going to bed but can't fall asleep, you're probably better off asking a real doctor instead of the internet.


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