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Nicotine patches by Phoebe Nunningbanks - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 20:59:45 EST ID:NfM3Ulul No.45351 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This might've been discussed to death on this board, I'm sorry if it has been. I don't really frequent this board.
Basically, I gave up smoking a week ago and I got prescribed nicotine patches. Now, what they didn't tell me is that it completely fucks with your dreams. I don't know the exact science, but basically, when smoking cigarettes, nicotine realy activates your brain and makes it rush. So when I go to sleep with a patch on, I'm basically getting nicotine pumped into my body while sleeping, causing my brain to go into crazy-mode even though I'm asleep. This results in the craziest fucking dreams. Very lucid, very memorable. I wake up three to four times a night and remember exactly what I was dreaming about and comfortably go back to that dream after about five minutes.
Now I've spoken to some people who say that the nicotine patches give them nightmares, but that's not the case for me. Just completely random and weird dreams and I fucking love it. I've always somehow had the capacity to turn a prospective nightmare into something positive, like my brain won't allow nightmares and just changes the scenario into something good.

Rambling over. I just wondered if any of you guys every experimented with nicotine patches. There's stories all over the internet on how they affect your dreams. Like I said, you're probably aware of this but I thought I'd share anyway. It's a wild ride and I love it for now.
Betsy Summleridge - Sat, 12 Nov 2016 15:24:56 EST ID:fyFjnjtm No.45353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this sounds so sick. im getting on nicotine patches asap
Phineas Bardwill - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 03:36:26 EST ID:MsHKI4YS No.45357 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Yes... Fucking YES.

Craziest fucking dreams of my life. Chased through endless hellforest corridors, initiated the end of the world by opening snake doors... Met cosmic underground buddhist sects, endless, terrifying, beautiful, incomprehensible lucid nightmares.

10/10, you'll wake up sweating but would recommend. Seems to get crazier the higher the patch dosage.

What are your memorable dreams so far with them OP?

Dream music by Polly Clayford - Wed, 28 Sep 2016 12:26:21 EST ID:vuxBDhDC No.45252 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I heard a song as I was waking up; went to the computer and wrote down some lyrics so I could search and find it. I wasn't sure if I did this or not, so I was a bit suprised when I saw it there, lyrics were "time to get ready for this" and I cannot find the song. What the fuck? It was a really epicly good rock song.
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Samuel Murdlock - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 10:12:43 EST ID:Ocmj1R/6 No.45279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had another song dream! This one even better than before, it had "we touch" "we kiss" and "Final fantasy" in it, it was so unique and beautiful, maybe I am somehow connected with unreal inspiration flow. I sure hope these songs show up sometime soon~
Albert Goodson - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 13:06:32 EST ID:ibYx8Udy No.45280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had a dream that a man was teaching me how to play guitar and he was really good. I think it may have been my dead grandfather.
I also had a dream where I heard a word and when I woke up I went to look up the word but I can't remember if it was a real word or not.
Hedda Cregglewater - Mon, 24 Oct 2016 01:52:19 EST ID:tA3X8Mlh No.45312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
has one of those, i think we heard the word before but not fully conscious of it
Frederick Claystock - Sun, 13 Nov 2016 09:44:05 EST ID:QvUj03d8 No.45354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I remember a dream where I heard a song by Kate Bush that never actually existed. I listened to her entire catalog of songs on the off-chance that it was a song I had heard but couldn't remember - nope, it was just in my head.

It's weird, knowing you've heard something made by someone else that will never actually exist.
Eugene Mugglestock - Sun, 13 Nov 2016 14:17:34 EST ID:JzQ9ZJyo No.45356 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I hope sooo badly what I heard will some time exist, googling it every other week or so..

Bump with your last dream by Hedda Turveyhood - Sun, 25 Aug 2013 05:37:40 EST ID:dTd50D2Q No.40182 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Was a little drunk last night, high, and I took some 5-htp before bed. Got a crazy vivid dream where I met a dream girl. Can't tell you what her face looked like, but she had a great body and blonde hair (not really my preference in real life), but she was so down to fuck. We had crazy dream sex in the middle of a party on like a convertible limo cruisin' down the street.

The other half of this dream was spent running from the cops because I harbored a fugitive toon, Roger Rabbit (fell asleep to this movie like a week ago). That freaky judge from the movie was chasing after me.

Interesting side note, I had a recurring nightmare as a young child where this same judge would break into my house and I runaway through some parallel haunted house-ass dimension in my closet.

Anyway tl;dr post the last dream you had.

Pic related. Best estimate of the dream girl minus the beefy arms
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Eugene Shakedock - Fri, 23 Dec 2016 05:27:15 EST ID:Y2u1ysGH No.45411 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Internship at power plant
>Prepare barrels with unstable radioactive waste for destruction
>Worth a fortune
>Steal three barrels, open one of them to see how strong the container is
>Get them to my house
>Be unable to sell them because one is open
>Throw all three in the houshold thrash right before the garbage collector comes
>We have a refuse incineration plant in my town
Sadly I got waked up before anything really cool could happen
Shit Wandlestug - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 04:01:40 EST ID:ClyFf6YX No.45444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>dreamin bout shawwty from skool
I can't remember shit but
Archie Supperfoot - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 09:42:12 EST ID:8JGS/p2W No.45449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think someone wanted to kill me
💤💤💤💤 - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 06:06:58 EST ID:2iQTXxFV No.45664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hello me from 4 years ago.

My most recent dream involved trying to climax from oral but it hasn't been the same since back in the day.

Long story short, even if I try to force things, it never seems to either last long enough for me to get to a point, or it just takes forever for me to get there before waking up disappointed
💤💤💤💤 - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 06:09:23 EST ID:2iQTXxFV No.45665 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Hello me from 4 years ago.

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from http://www.lawofone.info/results.php?s=86, starting at Q 86.7

Q: You stated that dreaming, if made available to the conscious mind, will aid greatly in polarization. Would you define dreaming or tell us what it is and how it aids in polarization?

Ra: >Dreaming is an activity of communication through the veil of the unconscious mind and the conscious mind.
The nature of this activity is wholly dependent upon the situation regarding the energy center blockages, activations, and crystallizations of a given mind/body/spirit complex.

In one who is blocked at two of the three lower energy centers >dreaming will be of value in that there will be a repetition of those portions of recent catalyst as well as deeper-held blockages, thereby giving the waking mind clues as to the nature of these blockages and hints as to possible changes in perception which may lead to the unblocking.

... Therefore, >in all cases it is useful to a mind/body/spirit complex to ponder the content and emotive resonance of dreams.

Q: How is the dream designed or programmed? Who is responsible for this?
Ra: In all cases the mind/body/spirit complex makes what use it can of the faculty of the dreaming. It, itself, is responsible for this activity.
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Hannah Brollerhall - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 19:00:49 EST ID:tDxcoKse No.44726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They are right. While partaking some self-explorative ego slaughtering I've torn so many walls down the dreams are starting to appear to me in waking life as though I could read them like they wereakashic records. It's like every few moments or so I see a new snapshot of the dream as it's progressed and I recognize it like I would a memory of any old dream. But they appear in the same little "pocket" of imagination or use the same thought form. So it's not like the dreams are totally removed or disconnected from me, of course. I can still go there and visit them. Try it next time you have a deja-vu or the memory of a dream but relax into whatever little mind-space there it appeared, just look patiently into it, don't force anything. The next moment just pops through.
Phineas Sebberworth - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 22:07:07 EST ID:cjvypK0g No.44782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All this shit about energy blockages makes instantly makes me feel like this is all bullshit, not to mention this guy is giving definite answers about a subjective experience, what it is, what it does, and what i means. Not to mention dreams have been proven to take place during stages of sleep other than just REM. Why do people pretend to know so much about this shit, and why do people believe people that pretend to know so much about this shit? It would be different if there was some kind of evidence provided for what they are talking about, or if they would even bother to explain something more in depth than a reply with poorly defined buzzwords.
Awe' God !!vVWR8L52 - Tue, 01 Nov 2016 04:11:09 EST ID:DUxZOJoi No.45339 Ignore Report Quick Reply

On a scale of 3 to 11 how fucked up am I? by The Boat - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 12:09:20 EST ID:xGubOSv8 No.45334 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had a dream Pee Wee Herman got run over by a flatbed truck driven by a redneck hillbilly. That was it, like what the shit dreams are fucking weird. Airosmith said it best when they sang Dream On or was I dreaming that to oh shit take the blue pill man, bam was way to real and the food pyramid is clearly a scam...
Ebenezer Buzzford - Tue, 01 Nov 2016 01:46:27 EST ID:cjvypK0g No.45338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Man, I had a dream once I was in a room within a building with several rooms that had large window panes in them that you could see into the other rooms with, but all the doors were locked. Me and two other people had to unlock the doors in the correct sequence to stop this weird... not conveyor belt, but some kind of metal line that held a midget strapped to a chair dangling in the air and pulled him along through each of the rooms in a kind of video game-esque fashion and the line pulling him along weaved through each of the rooms. At the last room was a giant saw that was going to saw him and the chair in half.

I've had plenty of stranger dreams and many dreams that were quite a few magnitudes greater in the level of violence, potential or otherwise.

I yawned this morning by The Boat - Wed, 26 Oct 2016 10:55:01 EST ID:z4gNhmVC No.45317 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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And all of a sudden wanted an olive oil spice sandwich to scratch my inter ear with.

Is this a dream or can like the hole that connects your mouth and ear be itched this way?
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 21:52:04 EST ID:nx09MtQT No.45326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What, you've never had a piece of food stuck at the bottom of your Eustachian tube? You can definitely itch that hole with food, but when it happens it tends to be uncomfortable.
Phyllis Chandergold - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 11:25:17 EST ID:/bcAWWTH No.45333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just goddamn, you are amazing can I get your autograph?
The Boat - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 12:12:42 EST ID:xGubOSv8 No.45335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So that's what that thing is called. I learn something every day like yesterday I learned that at one point, about a year after the time the movie braveheart was set, that Scotland invaded Ireland and tried to put a Scottish king on the Irish throne. And here I was thinking those sheep fuckers never invaded anyone or did anything interesting.

Film Dreams by Martha Tillinghall - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 19:01:20 EST ID:T7D/pl2R No.45304 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone have any dreams where you're watching/ or in a dream?

It's just that I had this awesome but horrible dream a while back where I was watching This American Vietnam war film with my family. Then I was actually in the film dream, although not as any one character more like a viewer watching the film.

So the crux of it was there was A US soldier sent on some really dangerous mission. Prior to the mission he had been having fits of depression and suicidal thoughts in what was probably symptoms of PTSD.

Anyway everything goes wrong, the mission isn't accomplished and his squad mates are all killed or injured. But along the way he meets this wisecracking Vietnamese orphan kid and they both develop a bond. Neither of them really has any one. The kid has no family or friends and neither does the soldier, the soldier's mission being totally fucked along with all prospects of life outside the war what with the PTSD. The soldier sort of picks up this kid and takes him off the street and looks after him.

Together him and the wisecracking kid get into ally kinds of shenanigans and develop a very close bond somewhere between father and son and two brothers.

Come the end of the film the soldier's CO comes to collect him and take him home and admit the mission's failure, the protagonist being the only survivor of his squad. However the soldier declines saying something like
"You know what sir, I think I'll stay hear, I've got this kid to look after, after all."
The soldier of course having nothing for him back home and for the first time in his life he has someone who really depends on and knows that he can make his life better.

After all at this point he really has nothing else in his life. He has no friends back home. His family are presumed dead or totally disinterested in him. And his army buddies are all gone too. This kid he's taken in has no one and needs the soldier and vice versa.
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Isabella Gockleridge - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 02:53:24 EST ID:Vg7/pikN No.45331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thats an absolutely fantastic plot concept OP. write a novel or manuscript IMMEDIATELY! that's some good shit dog. some seriously good shit.

Everynight I Dream by Cornelius Worthingcocke - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 06:43:54 EST ID:08P2D+tA No.45284 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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..and I better write it down or ill forget

Some super massive planet/space station, flying through it, a stadium, a blonde german gf from years ago that I havnt thought about in a long time or someone very like her
then entered a part and an alarm went off, kind of turned into Deus Ex at this point

Then I met my friends wife who said he'd had an od or she wasnt happy about him doing coke and being a dad.

Then I found myself with a stunning tall blonde, she was loving like we were married and told me to go down on her, I could feel myself licking her clit, and I was saying how Id married the hottest woman on the planet, except it wasnt me and she was calling me Alex. It was like I was experiencing it through someone elses eyes. Kinda weird but hot!

Ive been taking Blue Skate Fish oil daily
Cyril Heffingcocke - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:08:22 EST ID:ibYx8Udy No.45293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have u ever played the game Borderlands? or Halo? in these games there's a female A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) that speaks to you and guides you.
I had a dream with an A.I. once. It looked just borderlands. I could see her in the corner of my vision. i remember she told me something, but i can't remember what. she told me something when i looked at my digital clock on my nightstand to check if i was dreaming
Charlotte Chamblewater - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 05:40:18 EST ID:svJ0nXOn No.45307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
not really, I know Cortana tho

This morning I had some vision of three women who had been kept in cages by these weird outback people, They had chokes around their necks and looked all mentally and physically fucked up from being there for a while. They had been kidnapped, it was like a x-file. Why I see these things?

Do you suck at dreaming, too? by Jack Gunkinson - Tue, 12 Jul 2016 23:13:22 EST ID:SzOpAwZA No.45054 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I always thought my friends were liars. Flying dreams, dreams of going on adventures, dreams that seemed to have a coherent, linear story being played out.

Not me, not ever. My dreams are like looking through foggy glass, like trying to think straight on too many drugs and shots of alcohol. There is a LOT going on around me in every dream, so much that nothing makes sense. Momentarily, a merman-looking creature is pinned to a giant neon sign painted like an insane circus advertisement, frying on the lights - next thing I know, I'm in a little library with strange instruments all around me. I take a step forward and all along I was in another dream, and that takes over. Etc, etc.

tl;dr Anyone else have a lifetime of incoherent, indescribable dreams? If someone asked me to write out a dream, they would get netjester.

I've never dreamed of anyone I know, living or dead. Never flew, never went somewhere naked. They just don't play like that. They're extremely chaotic, almost "violent" in their disorganization.
Charles Seshville - Wed, 13 Jul 2016 01:37:43 EST ID:dWWmKKkA No.45055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
its always now and then a foggy glass but I believe you can get those same dreams with visualizations in the mind. Bit of weed maybe, on your bed thinking and the thought catches life and you follow it. Its what aliens in space do, a majestic dance that follows god's dreams.
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 04:59:58 EST ID:o94cHjl4 No.45303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Have you tried melatonin? I don't like taking it as a sleep aid but it gives me some ORGANIZED dreams. When I dream on melatonin I'm more likely to feel interested in the dream because the things happening around me seem more connected, bright, and coherent.
Thomas Nizzlefoot - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 03:07:33 EST ID:3MJV6OJW No.45306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I love dreaming on Melatonin, but if I don't give myself 8 hours of sack time and only sleep five or six hours, I'm a groggy fella. I usually reserve that for nights where I don't work in the morning. I smoke a few goodnight hits of weed and take 1.5 melatonin pills and it's a good night.
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Wed, 26 Oct 2016 05:25:59 EST ID:b3Og7CR2 No.45314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, it makes me groggy as all get out. If I don't have anything to do the day after taking melatonin I usually stay in bed for 10-14 hours, spending the last couple hours repeatedly waking up and closing my eyes again because I want to return to the dream.

I forgot to mention that caffeine has a similar effect on my dreams. But it's best to take pills for this purpose since they take longer to kick in than coffee or tea. If you don't fall asleep before the caffeine kicks in... well, it's gonna be an annoying night.

I don't really ever dream by Jenny Wassleworth - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 09:51:44 EST ID:f1GSE11F No.45295 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Like, I have maybe one or two a month normally, but I've had one every night for the last little while and they're always extraordinarily bloody and involve me losing things. Firstly, what the fuck is up with not dreaming? Secondly, tell me, o' wise dream wizards, why are the ones I'm having centered around the themes of loss and grotesque violence?
Augustus Sandlekane - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 18:44:43 EST ID:13Be0r0c No.45299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you're lowkey stressed and probably not getting enough magnesium
source: same dreams
imagined getting fucked to death by lady gaga
would not recommend
KenfuckyTriedTurkey !owU3wSU682 - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 03:26:11 EST ID:o94cHjl4 No.45300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I can't stand by and let this meme be called "Brocollie".
Hannah Bushstit - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 04:48:50 EST ID:BUONkIMh No.45301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If I'm drinking or smoking and shit, I don't really dream at all, or when I do they're disturbing or make absolutely no sense.
When I've had a little time with a more clear head my dreams seem to make a lot more sense and I can usually glean something about my psyche and state of mind.
Barnaby Cocklefud - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 15:14:53 EST ID:KRPDbksq No.45302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the ones you remember simulate a visual on the dream as you would parse through it , such as the images that succumb to it but more so as the function would allow to move , vr

A dream realm? by Cyril Heffingcocke - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:01:15 EST ID:ibYx8Udy No.45291 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do u guys think dreams are like the movie Inception where there's a dream world and people can see each other in there and it's really their dream bodies being seen, not characters of the individual mind? Or do u think it will turn to that? I think there might be a dream world and we're just not awoken to it. Last week I had an idea immediately after waking up that our senses aren't enough to remember the reality of dreams. We probably just make shit up. But I don't if this is true.
There is also an idea in a Laya Yoga book I read that states our senses are like instruments. These instruments can only detect certain parts of reality. All other reality probably isn't detected by our instruments, or maybe our instruments filter it. But maybe they don't because we seem to be evolving.
I used to come here often, over 2 years ago, and check on what other people were reporting as far as dreams go to get a hold of what was going on in the world and relate it to my reality and my dreams.
Cyril Heffingcocke - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:03:09 EST ID:ibYx8Udy No.45292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>But I don't if this is true.
But I don't know if this is true**

>I used to come here often, over 2 years ago, and check on what other people were reporting as far as dreams go to get a hold of what was going on in the world and relate it to my reality and my dreams.
Forgot to say that even though I tried to relate to my dreams and my reality, I couldn't quite relate to what was going on here. Sometimes I feel a connection to what other people report. But that's it.
Barnaby Dallerstire - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 08:22:18 EST ID:AthPx8+C No.45298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you should read some casteneda op.

terrifying dream about memory loss by James Dittingchat - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 18:31:09 EST ID:cqYlFEKM No.45248 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just took a nap after school and had this terrifying dream and could use some insight.

I started college recently. In my dream I woke up in the commons at my school and had no idea what was going on really. I looked at the date on my phone and it was november 1st 2016. I had no recollection of the time between the current date (september 26th 2016) and November 1st.

The first thing: Was I failing school? How were my grades doing? what happened to my car thats in the shop? What happened to my loan check I'm waiting on? How did I do in court? (i have lots of legal trouble right now in real life), did i start that new job and if so how is that going?

I look in my phone. my inbox is full of nonsense texts. I had a bunch of pictures in it of my grandpa who died this past summer irl. Hundreds of pictures. I have a few conversations at the top of my inbox with people with names i dont recognize like "Alexa" and "Wayne" and none of them make any sense, all of the conversations are nonsense, some of them include multiple texts back and forth that are random strings of meaningless words and random letters. I remember trying to figure out who the people were, one of the names being "Alexa" and another being "Wayne". The only person I know named alexa is this girl whose brother sued me a few years back, the only person i know named wayne is a dude I worked with when I was like 18, haven't talked to him in 6 years.

I call up one of my friends, he doesn't give me much information but makes some vague reference that i'm completely fucked in court and going to prison soon.

Next thing I know I'm at my parents house. Idk how I got there, but I kept asking them to talk privately and not in front of my sister. My sister was significantly younger than she is irl, shes like 15 now and she was like 6 in this dream. They were extremely nonchalant and didn't seem too concerned. I mentioned that I blacked out for the past month and don't remember a single thing. My mom looked very concerned all the sudden made some vague reference that my grandma always used to say she thought it would happen again, the way she was talking was as if this happened befo…
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Phoebe Chishforth - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 00:10:06 EST ID:/d+pNBuz No.45283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Holy shit, that is scary. I've never had a dream involving memory loss myself, but I know it's definitely a sign that you're stressed out.
Cyril Heffingcocke - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:15:28 EST ID:ibYx8Udy No.45294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
seems like you're worried
the legal trouble you're in must be worrisome
that's some of what i'm getting from ur dream

the part about how u were able to tell the names "alexa" and "wayne" in the text seem odd
i wonder why u were able to decypher those names from the random words? in a dream, text usually doesn't make sense

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