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Pissing Dreams by Clara Shittingforth - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 13:50:17 EST ID:aqreL0iN No.45247 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone had that weird ass dream when they piss than a random entity comes in and joins pissing with you?
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Archie Bambleforth - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 03:50:51 EST ID:RtarMRWo No.45319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fucking this.
John Greenlock - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 19:58:31 EST ID:lxIsaxZM No.45324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
god damn urinal forest dreams
Augustus Dinnersatch - Fri, 04 Nov 2016 22:03:19 EST ID:dWWmKKkA No.45342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45272 same thing with wet dreams, your in the dream and then wake up to a messy ending. I have woken up before it spurted but even self control then couldn't stop it.
Albert Chaddlewill - Wed, 07 Dec 2016 15:11:31 EST ID:CydJnUEm No.45392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>dream about a comedic and unrealistic explosion of pee
>go lucid and realize you're dreaming because you could never pee that way irl
>realize you probably peed yourself irl
>wake up, didn't pee self but had to pee

good feels
I like knowing that my mind is looking out for me
💤💤💤 - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 06:00:31 EST ID:2iQTXxFV No.45663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've never peed the bed but these dreams never stop me from waking up right away.

As for jizzing, only ever done it once and no matter how hard I try, I cannot cum or reach climax in a dream nor have it transfer over to a nocturnal emission

Cheese by Archie Pettingstock - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 04:22:40 EST ID:cR/wR0mK No.45344 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This sounds like a pretty basic tip, but cheese gives you off-the-wall insane dreams.

I couldn't fully comprehend what's been going on in my head the past few nights, but I've been alongside the Avengers in a flying ferrari in a mario kart map on one night, in a future so advanced that I couldnt understand it and people there couldn't function without the technology they had then "wake up" in a lecture hall, and the first night I tried it I just saw a really old friend I've fallen out of touch with we talked about some stuff that was bothering me.

I eat about 5 grams of sharp white cheddar right before bed, been doing this for 3 days.

Also, I think I know why it happens: Bacteria have a rudimentary consciousness of their own, and introducing a whole new concentrated colony makes your vagus nerve go whack.
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Esther Pumblefine - Thu, 29 Dec 2016 02:00:19 EST ID:s5Q+COqd No.45415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So, is this real? Because I just bought some really good expensive cheese from the fancy rich people grocery store, like three different kinds. I'm talking like $20 a pound expensive cheese. Am I going to trip balls?
Karamet - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 13:49:21 EST ID:YcRM6jQQ No.45435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had cheese before bed before and it never gave me any dreams. Maybe my cheese was not good but yet again I've never had it for more nights in a row. It's probably the tyramine content which causes dreams. It's not the "consciousness" of the bacteria, lmao, that's just ridiculous, rofl, no offense.
Phoebe Bracklekudging - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 19:43:29 EST ID:o7L8ilTx No.45446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Cheese includes tryptamine which helps with sleeping and affects dreaming.

However the metro is a rag. It's widely read because they give it away for free in railway stations near London and it ends up on trains all day. It takes about 20 minutes to read cover to cover and so people just pick it up, thumb through it, learn nothing and then discard it so someone else can have a read.
💤💤💤 - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 05:46:04 EST ID:2iQTXxFV No.45661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I find the Australian Colby cheese that I have had before bed consistently for the last 2-3 years increases the vividness of dreams but doesn't effect the theme so much.

Memory is also unaffected.
💤💤💤 - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 05:47:43 EST ID:2iQTXxFV No.45662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>trip balls
Probably not the way to look at it.

Most Vivid Lucid Dream by Twiddle Fockelshire - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 03:43:00 EST ID:pEZp2cQ0 No.45644 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My most amazingly vivid and conscious lucid dream was induced by too much caffeine, very little sleep, and melatonin supplements.

I'd love to share this experience as it was incredibly mind-blowing.

> Suddenly wake up in dream and find myself in my room that is slightly difference from irl.
> confused with lucid dreaming and astral projection, I attempt to fly up to the ceiling and fly through through it. I reach the ceiling but can't get through it and it makes a weird buzzing noise. I feel tingly in the head as I got closer to the ceiling.

> tried opening the door to my room only to see it is pitch black in my house.

> run to the window and look outside to find the most vivid and beautiful sunset/pink skies. The houses on my street were in the same layout but look completely different in appearance. My yard along with everyone else had exotic plants.

> a giant pelikan/dinosaur like animal lands on the side of my house. I'm able to see every feather in detail and yellows eyes look crystal clear.

> Decide that I want to play a song in my dream so that I could wake and confirm my lucid dream.
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Rebecca Pockfuck - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 12:36:49 EST ID:o5FnkUtx No.45656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This probably symbolises that you're tired of your daily routine and you want to fuck birds.

A trilogy of weird dreams by Alice Nivingbin - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 17:18:01 EST ID:o5FnkUtx No.45655 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I once had this dream where I was on the deep web and I ordered this package that was super expensive but allowed me to take drugs on a plane because nobody checks for drugs on first class. Death was there but he didn't do anything. He was hooded but he wasn't a skeleton I think. I took the drugs and not much happened and I vomited.

Another one was where there was this anime dude on a roof top. There was like this black hole explosion he was kinda sucked into and then he became a woman and he said "Timeline" and then was super obsessed with this ring and it was all in this weird montage.

The final one Imma talk about is like I was in school but everything is kinda blue and the lockers are kinda everywhere and it had a super weird structure. Anyway, my English teacher at the time was talking to me and then there was a jump cut and she was half-naked and then me and my friend were walking along a weird (maybe diagonal) corridor and then he teased me about me screwing my teacher being a fetish. Also, there was this chubby Asian girl lying on the floor who wanted doctor pepper. I'm kind of attracted to Asians and fat people.

Does anybody have any ideas as to what these wack dreams mean?

a dream last night by Edward Gezzlenork - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 16:36:43 EST ID:DUgSj7ih No.45641 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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the other night i had a dream, of red rain everywhere, sort of like this, the color was vibrant, and I couldn't see past the red rain, I woke up in a sweat (still in the dream) to a face, of a person I knew in my past, then I truly woke up, and panicked, it was awful and beautiful.. red rain everywhere
Lydia Fickleketch - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 08:01:11 EST ID:pwGobnl7 No.45654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've had a colourful dream too. I dreamed I went down in an elevator and as the door opened there was a strong green glow and everything appeared to jiggle, as if dangled on strings while the people got in the elevator. In the dream I desperately pressed the up button on the elevator because kneejerk reaction thought was that it would fix anything.

Lucid nightmare by Nell Summlehog - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 02:10:38 EST ID:jbP7erhX No.45652 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last night i had a pretty wierd but average dream and at some point i asked one of the characters to ellaborate about something he kept talking about, some sort of conspiracy, at this point i was still unaware that it was a dream and it started getting disturbing and kinda escalated into a nightmare...
He showed me pictures i refused to believe it was something around the government giving people cancer, but anyway i ran outside and met my brother there in a complicated mexican showdown situation where some kid was threatening someone with a gun and acting crazy and my brother held a gun against him, it also had something to do with the conspiracy but i dont remember how - at this point i realized it was a dream, the setting was very dark so being aware i tried to make it daylight but failed - i flew up over everyone to try control the situation but again felt i was rather powerless (other than flying) so i decided to kind of fight the dream itself as if it was a dark entity or something by flying fast into the pitch black darkness in the distance - i felt scared shitless as i was passing this dark force in the distance and woke up breathing heavily, again feeling like it may have not been the right choice of action or something...

How would you have reacted?
How do i control my dreamworld once i am aware or is this not possible or necessary?

*note that i have had very nice experiences with lucid dreaming
Nell Summlehog - Thu, 15 Jun 2017 02:14:56 EST ID:jbP7erhX No.45653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And sorry about some of the english... -_-

I was an Asshole to a Wasp last night and now I feel terrible. by Albert Grimdock - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 19:03:26 EST ID:Cc9m1HS9 No.45650 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had a dream last night and I can't stop thinking about it.

Essentially, I went on a day-trip with my parents, brothers and nephew's. We were having a picnic in this garden and in this bush was this fucking giant wasp. We're talking large cat/small dog sized. Naturally, I am pants-pissingly terrified of Wasps, serious phobia. Anyway, this wasp goes for my nephew and I am screaming for my brother to kill it, when i notice that this wasp is actually playing with him, like a dog.

This wasp is a total bro, it's like my old dog when I was a kid that I fucking loved. Anyway, even I warm up to this big lovable bastard... Then it comes time for us to leave and, for some reason, I decide we can't take it with us, despite the fact that it clearly wants to come home with us. So, I'm trying my damnest to get everything back in the car whilst this wasp is trying to climb in with us. I finally manage to get everything in and we are pulling away, when I look in my coat to find the wasp curled up in it. I dump my coat out the car window whilst it's still on the grass and I swear to got the wasp was crying and begging to come with me.

I woke up in a cold sweat and now I feel the worst cunt in the world.

Stuck on the verge by Martin Hinderspear - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 05:35:50 EST ID:Ob4I557T No.45642 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been practicing lucid dreaming for a few years now via the method of consciously falling asleep. I've successfully done it once now. It's where you stay absolutely still until your body begins to itch, and by ignoring the itching, you trick your brain into thinking the conscious part of your brain has fallen asleep. Eventually your limbs begin to go numb until you are fully paralyzed and you slip into a dream, fully aware.

The part that is giving me trouble is when I'm right on the verge of falling asleep and I lose all contact with my body. One of two things always happens, either I:
a). Jerk myself awake and out of the sort of trance state because losing contact feels EXACTLY like falling off a cliff in a dream
b). become anxious and wake myself up with the pounding of my own heart/alertness.
B is what happens most. It's hard not to anticipate what is about to happen, whether I'm excited for the dream to begin or because I'm not sure I'm ready for the falling off a cliff feeling and that I'm worried I'll wake myself up rather than move into it gracefully. Either way I usually wake myself up just enough for feeling to return to my limbs before my chest goes numb and I go into it.

Does anyone have any experience with getting past this hurdle? Maybe any drugs that put you in a docile enough state to not mind but still stay awake? Xanax would be perfect if I wouldn't just pass out. Ketamine would be even better if it didn't completely wall off the possibility of sleep, you either k-hole or you sober up and a k-hole isn't what I'm going for with this. I've been getting good results with certain strains of Kratom combined with benadryl, my body falls fast asleep but my mind just keeps teetering on the edge of dreaming and awake. I even make it to the stage of seeing glimpses and images, getting lost in imaginary scenarios without realizing it, but never actual dreams. Any ideas?

Nightmares by Basil Fizzlesot - Tue, 30 May 2017 05:59:37 EST ID:Ru3jvWPp No.45636 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What does it mean when my dreams only consist of me having nightmares? Basically something big lurking in my sub-conciouss that Im not really aware of? Might sound dumb, but Im really worried about the possibility of an afterlife and how to achieve it.
Mostly my nightmares consist of running away from violence or being captured, sometimes really surreal.
Phineas Bunwill - Tue, 30 May 2017 20:27:14 EST ID:oSpAyEma No.45637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Kinda sounds like a symptom of an anxiety disorder, as does being really worried about the afterlife.
Dreams don't have all that much to do with the afterlife normally.
Basil Fuckingham - Wed, 31 May 2017 11:00:13 EST ID:XWmHsbgU No.45640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Im really worried about the possibility of an afterlife and how to achieve it
How exactly does one go about "achieving" an afterlife? As far as anyone can tell, either you'll have one or you won't. Even the most of the major religions leave it between the afterlife being eternal paradise or an eternity of suffering. Either way, in those cases, you're going to "achieve" one.

Your nightmares just seem like a result of general existential dread, if the idea of an afterlife and how to secure one is weighing that heavily on your mind.

inception is a shit by Simon Cedgekure - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 22:30:03 EST ID:Rrz8HxLF No.45465 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am getting pretty tired of waking up in dreams within dreams within dreams, I would rather have nightmares than this recursive hell. Is there some sort of interpretation of waking up in your dreams?
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Fuck Sindlefoot - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 09:37:23 EST ID:CydJnUEm No.45534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This happened to me last night
I had an aquarium that I was doing experiments in
And eventually I grew a sentient lifeform
She was like a disembodied head with biolumiscent tentacles for "hair"
Very nice lady
But then my cat ate her
I was unable to deal with this so I decided to rewind time and I woke up at the beginning of the day to prevent it
Fuck Sindlefoot - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 09:38:18 EST ID:CydJnUEm No.45535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Betsy Doddlechure - Thu, 11 May 2017 03:12:12 EST ID:DUxZOJoi No.45624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
u prolly want to be more lucid in your waking life
Phineas Bunwill - Tue, 30 May 2017 20:30:27 EST ID:oSpAyEma No.45638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that normally only happens to me when I'm particularly stressed or I'm coming off of weed. It is really jarring but mine stop after a while. How long have you been having them?
Basil Fuckingham - Wed, 31 May 2017 10:56:24 EST ID:XWmHsbgU No.45639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
False awakenings aren't that uncommon of a phenomenon. Here's a copy and paste of a post I made on another website a while back about an experience I had with multiple false awakenings:

"As far as FAs go, I've had some here and there (don't usually get them), but one time when I was sorting out sleep issues and dealing with sleep medication that wasn't working, I took several soma to help me sleep. I wound up having 6 lucid dreams that morning, all one right after another (literally within the span of 20 minutes), but they weren't necessarily all that stable or anything.

As a matter of fact, I had 6 within 20 minutes because after each short lived lucid, I had on average 1-3 FAs before really waking up. It was honestly one of the most bizarre experiences I've ever had, because after the first two I realized what was going on (I was waking up every 3 or 4 minutes or whatever, so it's hard not to). When I realized what was happening, I would notice that even though I've woken up and I'm just lying in bed, my room was completely different despite registering as being exactly the same to my senses. I would realize within a few seconds that it was wrong (though how I don't know, because like I said, it was registering as totally normal and very convincingly), enter another FA, realize even quicker that the same thing was happening, and then get a third FA (sometimes).

It was like rapidly shifting between realities (gotta remember I had 6 lucid dreams too, so in between sets of FAs I was dreaming too), and it was all crashing like a house of cards. Normally FAs don't cause such a strange feeling upon exiting them either, it was highly confusing in one sense, but not in another because I knew what was happening. The best way to put it is that I felt all the confusion despite my thoughts not matching the confusion, it was a very disorienting experience while it was happening."

Dream interpretation by Fanny Blucklemudge - Thu, 18 May 2017 22:49:28 EST ID:Z4X9AAaR No.45633 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had a dream a few nights ago which was very vivid. I never dream, due to medications I am on or just forgetfulness so it was very surprising.

I was in a rundown empty building with many rooms openings and corridors. A female demon-like monster with no face was looking for me on twisted limbs. I knew these rooms would contain supplies which I could use to save myself. I felt immense panic and fear and helplessness, hiding under beds and running around until I found a gun, which I held until I ran into a group of people whom were being consumed by the being. I shoot but it does no good and I feel myself consumed and wake up soon afterwards.

Does this mean anything? I often had dreams as a kid of being helpless like a tidal wave or meteor or black hole where I sit on and cannot do anything as I am killed or consumed..
PS !gPIBqVmoRQ - Sat, 20 May 2017 09:53:28 EST ID:++R46gjq No.45634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's a quality nightmare. Probably something about suppressed fear of death or the evils of humanity. Some things cannot be defeated conventionally and you have to run away until you figure something else out. that's just life
nannununnan - Mon, 22 May 2017 03:14:21 EST ID:ptXh9uA3 No.45635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Reading in dreams by Samuel Sombleville - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 08:58:15 EST ID:kz5I2sVa No.45579 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Dude, whoever says you can't read text in dreams is full of shit, I was browsing 420chan in my sleep for about 4 hours last night. And yeah, a lot of threads that I just imagined, but some of them were real threads that I was actually reading yesterday and just made it into the dream by memory.

But I've heard/read that it's supposed to be impossible to read anything in a dream. Anyone experience anything like that, or is anyone else here able to actually read things in a dream?
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Caroline Diblingdock - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 00:33:21 EST ID:CydJnUEm No.45597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sometimes text but I can always read numbers
Albert Sandlemick - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 17:29:47 EST ID:CdsH3A9X No.45604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
whenever some scary shit starts to happen in a dream and i sort of realise i'm dreaming I just try to scream and contort my face into a screaming face as much as possible even if the dream forbids me from emitting noise cause dreams are strange like that sometimes.
Ernest Brendleham - Tue, 02 May 2017 14:08:28 EST ID:XWmHsbgU No.45605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most of the claims about dreams out there are just myths/bullshit.

People claim you can't read, that times always change whether you look away from and back at an analog or digital clock, that the faces of people in your dreams are always faces of people you've seen before even if you don't consciously remember them, that looking into a mirror causes your reflection to look demonic, etc.

I've read plenty of times and looking at then away from and back at both analog and digital clocks has both caused time to change and stay the same for me. The brain also works by categorizing things, and you can visualize noses, eyes, ears, mouths, cheeks, skin tone/color, etc. separately without imagining whole faces. I don't see why it would be hard to imagine that your brain could form amalgamations of your memories of these separate parts of a face into brand new faces... so this is just a myth without basis too. I've also looked in mirrors plenty of times in dreams, and other than when I had a lucid dream when I was having some mild phenibut withdrawal where the dream was rather demonic feeling and in atmosphere to begin with, I've never looked demonic or even different than myself in my reflection.
Isabella Feggleshit - Fri, 05 May 2017 10:04:47 EST ID:Deq+NBIV No.45606 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i rember reading about reading in dreams, if you were able to read as a kid at quite young age then you have higher chances of reading in dream. same goes for boomers who dream in black and white because tvs back then weren't in color
Represent - Tue, 16 May 2017 21:18:48 EST ID:/n+TCYCA No.45628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've read stuff in dreams before, even some things which were supposed to be life changing revelations only to wake up and realize what I was "reading" doesn't make any sense whatsoever.

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