Leave these fields empty (spam trap):
Name
You can leave this blank to post anonymously, or you can create a Tripcode by using the format Name#Password
Subject
Comment
[i]Italic Text[/i]
[b]Bold Text[/b]
[spoiler]Spoiler Text[/spoiler]
>Highlight/Quote Text
[pre]Preformatted & Monospace Text[/pre]
[super]Superset Text[/super]
[sub]Subset Text[/sub]
1. Numbered lists become ordered lists
* Bulleted lists become unordered lists
File

Sandwich


sounds created using math

View Thread Reply
- Fri, 27 Dec 2019 09:31:45 EST LZnFeI6u No.46447
File: 1577457105025.gif -(240175B / 234.55KB, 280x280) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. sounds created using math
You can recommend similar sounds for sleep created using math
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyoDzT6J3Es&t=1124s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fzMVU3mSKk&t=984s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EDNimKIvHg
4 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
>>
Martin Goodstock - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 20:20:42 EST R9f3s5uV No.46582 Reply
>>46537
What?
User is currently banned from all boardsUser is currently banned from all boards

Constant Sexual Dreams

View Thread Reply
- Thu, 02 May 2019 01:14:45 EST PX+0HmS4 No.46228
File: 1556774085963.gif -(406179B / 396.66KB, 370x278) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Constant Sexual Dreams
So, I don't know what's wrong with me. Is it normal to have mostly sexual dreams? I don't really deny it's pleasurable, but I'm worried because I'm a severely sexual person and something like a sex addict in addition to a drug user.

The girls are typically people I can't recognize or haven't met but maybe drawn from elements of pornography. I don't cum while I sleep but wake up hard.

Do I have a brain tumor making me want sex all the time??? Sometimes it is a bit weird, especially because in the dreams, I'm far less gentle but never to the point of causing permanent harm. am bestial in real life but not like that. Some kind of pervasive egoism?
4 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
>>
Phyllis Hubbleshaw - Sun, 26 Apr 2020 09:11:21 EST tJDqRsuo No.46553 Reply
Psychpathia Sexualis -like diagnosis from the late 1800s might call it satyriasis with hyperaesthesia without pollutions, and Dr. Kellogg would recommend you to abstain and eat his onanism preventing cereal, or otherwise get more roughage into your diet.
>>
Shit Blacklock - Tue, 19 May 2020 16:24:00 EST mFGg0bTB No.46567 Reply
1589919840004.jpg -(312546B / 305.22KB, 600x600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.
>>46228
Count me in the dream sometimes
User is currently banned from all boards
>>
birn - Sat, 30 May 2020 23:20:38 EST XOnF3deH No.46580 Reply
>>46228
i havent had one senice i lost my honorable beach wood bed frame.

clip 1979

View Thread Reply
- Tue, 21 May 2019 14:02:47 EST 1J981U4v No.46240
File: 1558461767902.jpg -(5567B / 5.44KB, 320x180) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. clip 1979
the first youtube video was released 02/16/2005, but what nobody knew was that it was a murder that happened in 1979.
-the amateur video shows moments before the murder of 3 girls by the man who was singing along with them.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-wqBIOVPfg&t=116s
1 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
>>
Eugene Worthingbury - Tue, 17 Mar 2020 21:14:10 EST 3V7tA/9n No.46531 Reply
No, the first youtube video was about a guy at the zoo...
>>
James Drubblestore - Fri, 20 Mar 2020 21:50:53 EST V+/KVl/E No.46532 Reply
Time to wake up
>>
Albert Pangershit - Thu, 14 May 2020 09:20:09 EST tJDqRsuo No.46564 Reply
gives me nobody™ vibes

lucid stuff

View Thread Reply
- Sat, 22 Feb 2020 03:08:41 EST zEZDUC0h No.46498
File: 1582358921728.jpg -(957710B / 935.26KB, 1920x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. lucid stuff
anyone have experiences lucid dreaming and telling the people in your dream that you know you're dreaming? I know this is kind of specific but a few nights ago I had a lucid dream where I said that I was dreaming out loud (I was in a mall) and the people around me looked at me and got extremely mad, it was actually really scary, and then shortly after I made myself wake up. I looked it up and apparently strange things like this happen when you do that and the people in your dream start freaking out. Why does this happen? It's really interesting to me... I would love to hear more experiences...
2 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
>>
David Denningshit - Sat, 29 Feb 2020 11:31:08 EST 1H1e2YAD No.46505 Reply
>>46498
I get this.

If I'm still not sure and I'm dreaming then they behave like real people.

As soon as I know it for sure they get pissed - one of them stabbed me once.
>>
John Blackham - Sun, 01 Mar 2020 11:22:50 EST kWpVhc55 No.46509 Reply
1583079770574.jpg -(80728B / 78.84KB, 530x800) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.
>>46498
Well wouldn't you get mad if your fellow actor in a movie or a play suddenly proclaimed that he knows this is all fake and that you are all acting? Just think about that for a brief minute.
>>
Nicholas Pommlewidging - Wed, 29 Apr 2020 19:38:49 EST fZYOR9AB No.46556 Reply
>>46509
fair point, john
User is currently banned from all boards

Almost died in a dream..

View Thread Reply
- Wed, 11 Mar 2020 06:26:12 EST ewtL1FbQ No.46526
File: 1583922372406.jpg -(5978571B / 5.70MB, 3072x4096) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Almost died in a dream..
So..first of all Lets make make this clear .
Im not some person that dreams a lot,infact I dream less and less as I age.
Long story short,in the dream that a was having ,some random guy was talki g friendly to me about topics unremembered,then out of nowhere he stabs the right side of my neck with some kind of scalpel or smtn.
5 minutes later ,i wonder how im not dead yet (still not aware that im dreaming) i broke into a house and clean my wound ,which has magically closed for some reason.
As I was thinking the next course of action ,ding ding,just woke up ,all sweaty and confused .

Is there any deeper meaning to any of this or I have just been kissed by Death?
>>
Phyllis Funkinwater - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 11:14:27 EST Qu2Cg1WQ No.46527 Reply
>>46526
It's just a dream bruh.
I died for real in a dream once, it was a weird feeling.
Was trapped with some huge terror along with somebody I love IRL, and when she got her head bit off and there was no way of escape I slit my wrists with this sharp small blade I had on me rather than being slowly mutilated by the beast. Felt all my heat disappearing with the blood and it was being replaced with this tingling thousand needles sensation, or maybe like an all-body brain freeze, then when I finally lost consciousness I awoke in bed.
Probably the edgiest dream I've had.
>>
Phyllis Hubbleshaw - Sun, 26 Apr 2020 09:02:19 EST tJDqRsuo No.46552 Reply
I had a dream where I was lying exactly where I fell asleep and my heart stopped. No clues that anything was wrong, no fibrillation or pain, it just was like this sinking feeling in my chest and feeling like it should be beating. I might have been asleep and felt my heart skip a beat, or totally imaginary. Might be a way of psychologically dealing with how sudden death can be.

I HATE dreaming

View Thread Reply
- Mon, 13 Apr 2020 12:22:02 EST TarHNjti No.46545
File: 1586794922821.jpg -(87420B / 85.37KB, 640x433) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I HATE dreaming
Is anyone like this? Suggestions for dream suppression?

I absolutely hate entering REM / dreamland. It is stressful, imaginary, inconclusive, and most of the time I wake up more exhausted than rested. My brain is used to mmj to help suppress this mind state. I've taken a T-break from mmj since the covid outbreak and REM is re-emerging. My resting period is 8pm to 4:30am...

..and i get it, it is my brain trying to get through traumatic events and deal with radical situations. I do not think its fair for my subconscious to leave my waking mind with unresolved disturbing situations that end up triggering me irl.
>>
Wesley Dengerkudge - Tue, 14 Apr 2020 17:25:11 EST Tv85aZM4 No.46546 Reply
1586899511259.jpg -(1143447B / 1.09MB, 3024x3780) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.
>>46545

I feel you. My dreams are less stressful when I'm more exhausted, so try to fit some exercise into your daily schedule. Try reading before bed instead of playing video games or watching television, I find this helps.

Touching the Dark Mass Entity

View Thread Reply
- Tue, 31 Mar 2020 23:58:14 EST Qu2Cg1WQ No.46539
File: 1585713494183.jpg -(229321B / 223.95KB, 1280x960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Touching the Dark Mass Entity
Fuck.
I've had this on my mind alot recently, you know how during sleep paralysis sometimes you can feel or/and see figures and things near you?
Well, to be totally honest and for backstory I've been kinda thinking about it cause I've been having episodes of feeling/seeing these masses during waking life too, mostly when alone.
But yeah, I've been thinking about, what if you reach out to it rather than avoid it as you're falling asleep?
Most of the time I turn my bedlamp on again for a couple of moments to let it pass then have another go at falling asleep.

So I finally got the opportunity now before falling asleep this night, felt it starting to collect at the foot of my bed after I had been tossing and turning a while, so I gently bring my consciousness towards it, approaching it without feeling nervous or fearful, and as soon as I get close it takes me away, shows me things, at first it brought me back to part of a dream I had a while ago to reinterpret something I had gotten wrong about the meaning of, then after that it was a long string of dreams with a totally different mood than the ones I usually have (my dream recall sucks so this level of clarity in itself is unusual).
First I remember is standing in line with a bunch of other people with my belongings, being aware I have something in there I will not be allowed to keep, and I must eat it rather than throw away because it's the last chance I'll have to do so again. At some point I'm being informed nonverbally about a jianjint incident.
Then there's a wild ride of other dreams, that I honestly can't even describe, more like witnessing some kind of microbial soup from a perspective as small as them, weird shapes and organic mechanisms I've never seen before.
Then I'm being pushed to wakefulness again, but before I am fully there I am (again nonverbally, almost like having the memory of having heard it formed while you watch) informed that it's spelled "xianjing" not jianjint, and imploring me to look it up. Awoke with this crushing inclination to cry, but it faded pretty fast. Checked the time, several hours earlier than I usually wake on my own, even though I fell asleep later than usual too.

strange dreams

View Thread Reply
- Thu, 04 Jul 2019 18:51:05 EST R9f3s5uV No.46265
File: 1562280665639.jpg -(268701B / 262.40KB, 1280x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. strange dreams
After meditating using abstract illusions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym60j5szt3o , do I have very strange dreams ? Why?
User is currently banned from all boardsUser is currently banned from all boards 15 posts and 2 images omitted. Click View Thread to read.

Watched myself slip into a dream

View Thread Reply
- Mon, 30 Mar 2020 01:38:26 EST GsWfeuOy No.46536
File: 1585546706384.jpg -(31591B / 30.85KB, 500x363) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Watched myself slip into a dream
A couple nights ago, I took Agmatine and NAC before falling asleep. I used Coluracetam earlier in the night. I kept getting brain zaps, every time my mind would begin to wander, a brain zap would pull me out of it and I'd wake up. It was preventing my mind from wandering enough to slip into a dream. Eventually, it finally worked, and I was able to experience the transition of being awake, and into a dream.

I was aware I was dreaming but didn't have much control. The walls were red, and tall. The doors were elongated for some reason. I was wearing a raccoon onesie, which is odd because I often ascribe my spirit animal as being a racoon (Or, crackoon) there was a middle aged man there who's house it was, also wearing a onesie of some weird animal. He was a serial killer, and I knew it but didn't act to stop it. I couldn't control it. He tried leading me into his basement, and I guess I forced myself to wake up.

When I did wake up, I was in sleep paralysis. It was bright like it was daytime like it seemed like I was outside. And there were flies buzzing everywhere, all around me. I screamed and got out of it, though.

Very odd experience feels like I witnessed one of my alternate reality selves get murdered.

why can't i remember my dreams?

View Thread Reply
- Wed, 04 Mar 2020 10:20:47 EST +GsimeEd No.46516
File: 1583335247457.png -(587638B / 573.87KB, 770x529) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. why can't i remember my dreams?
i'll often oversleep because i'm deep in a very bizarre, vivid dream that feels like another world/reality, but as soon as i break free and wake up i have zero recollection of it. zero images, sounds, scenarios.

maybe later on i'll suddenly remember a fragment of a conversation or event and have to ask myself 'was that in a dream?' but never a substantial recollection of the dream. it feels almost like the plane i visit in my dreams is so strange and incompatible with this reality that i can't even commit it to memory.
5 posts omitted. Click View Thread to read.
>>
Albert Hocklefoot - Tue, 10 Mar 2020 18:36:05 EST fZYOR9AB No.46525 Reply
>>46522
but what you gathered in that intermediary state is going to be easier to remember when you ultimately wake up.
User is currently banned from all boards
>>
Fucking Tootridge - Sun, 15 Mar 2020 23:38:00 EST 5+za0Ar+ No.46529 Reply
>>46516
do you smoke pot?

i usually don't remember dreams if i smoke a few hours prior to bedtime
>>
Martha Domblestet - Sun, 29 Mar 2020 13:08:42 EST JlI2xY8Z No.46535 Reply
>>46516

>the plane i visit in my dreams is so strange and incompatible with this reality that i can't even commit it to memory.

That can definitely seem to be the case. The "rules" or scripts that our dreams seem to go by, whether the script is well-rehearsed as in recurring dreams or if they are specific to one dream, fade easily when we wake up.

When these "rules" or scripts fade upon waking, the very context and meaning that connected all of the images and conversations is lost. Often, one can remember images or bits of conversation that no longer "fit" anywhere in the dream, chronologically or even logically. Our brains mostly filter out such things as white-noise, nonsense - it could not be connected to anything except for a fleeting shadow of unconscious conception.

With little-to-no associations made in the conscious mind, it stands to reason that your conscious mind mostly piles the information from your dreams into an ever-changing, finite heap. Only by consciously making the connection between our dreams and waking life can we hope to attach those strings of information from our dreams into something resembling a memory of an actual past event.

The above is more-or-less the goal of keeping a dream journal. When you remember those fleeting bits of a dream, record it in your journal with excruciating detail. Make the most sense out of it as possible and then read your entry over, again. Only by doing such things while awake will our nightly unconscious and subconscious streams connect to our waking actions of physically recording dream information (as chronologically and logically as possible, without forcing anything to fit).

It is through that connection that dreams leave a residue on our consciousness, which through practice (making more and more brain connections) can eventually leave our waking minds flooded seemingly with memories of events which took place in the space between a prolonged blink of the eye.

Anon's public dream journal

View Thread Reply
- Wed, 11 Dec 2019 14:01:43 EST uTSHmIUX No.46428
File: 1576090903278.jpg -(25194B / 24.60KB, 620x388) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Anon's public dream journal
Gonna try and update this post relatively frequently.

Had a dream last night that was somewhat scary. Don't really remember the initial part of it, but by the end I was in a house. The house was a prison and I was trying to escape it. I got out of the bedroom on the second floor somehow. I was then chased down the stairs by a guy that looked like pic related. He had a crowbar to boot.

I made it out the front door which was simply at the bottom of the staircase. I was in a dark street lined with homes. I turned to my left and tried to run to the house next door to have them call the police. I was frozen in space and could not move around, despite my legs moving as if I was running. I finally broke free of the freeze and made my way relatively quickly to the front door of the adjacent home. As I knocked furiously on the door, pic related emerged from the front door of the house I had just been in. He rapidly made his way over to me and raised his crowbar menacingly. He swung and I woke up.
14 posts and 1 images omitted. Click View Thread to read.
>>
Fuck Blatherville - Mon, 24 Feb 2020 15:16:46 EST 9f2azKHd No.46502 Reply
>>46491
Had a pretty personal dream about a beautiful girl. Do women become more beautiful in dreams? I actually was depressed by the fact that I woke up. Wish I could have slept forever.
>>
Thomas Bandleshaw - Thu, 05 Mar 2020 11:45:43 EST 9f2azKHd No.46519 Reply
>>46502
Well it's been about 10 days since I last posted. My mother went to the hospital so I have not really been thinking about this. But I slept 11 hours last night and dreamed heavily. I remember one thing distinctly. I was in a building, it seemed like it was my high school but I was older now. The hottest girl I used to know was sitting behind me and rubbing my 5 o clock shadow on my cheeks. Just like the last post, I almost cried when I woke up. It was supremely pleasant. Better than any sex I've ever had. I felt loved...


I am definitely very lonely subconsciously.
>>
Walter Bimblekotch - Tue, 17 Mar 2020 08:27:07 EST 9f2azKHd No.46530 Reply
1584448027177.jpg -(915505B / 894.05KB, 1600x900) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.
>>46519
Been almost two weeks since I last updated this because I felt it was kinda depressing. Especially after that last post. Also, it's a lot of effort with very little payout. However, last night's dream was almost too cool not to share.

I had a dream within a dream. It's not the first time it happened, and I have some theories as to what exactly was going on. However, this is the first time I have been able to record it.

The deeper of the two dreams is harder to remember. It was pretty stupid, something military related. The area looked something like Overpass from CSGO (pic related). Not really much going on. I think I've been playing too much Counter Strike lately. I then woke up, and I thought I was awake. I woke up on my family's old chaise lounge in what looked like our old apartment. The time was clearly late at night. My sister was up and refused to go to sleep. I was smoking cigarettes (I quit recently, but go figure), and I was interrogating someone about some low level military information. I don't know why all this seemed normal to me, but I was sure that I was awake and things were going as usual. When I randomly woke up from this outer dream, I was extremely disoriented and confused, as I was convinced I had already woken up. The dreams themselves are rather boring, but the whole concept of experiencing a dream within a dream was truly mind bending.

Now some of you may say that a dream within a dream is impossible, and that I'm full of shit. While I am not doubting what last night FELT like, I am saying that there is a distinct possibility as to how this happened that I thought of after I woke up. Basically, I might have had two dreams in a row, but not realized I had awakened into the real world in between them. It is certainly possible that I had woken up in my bed and fallen right back asleep before even realizing I was awake. That would explain my memory not having any moments in between the dreams.

The only reason I doubt this explanation is that I began the second dream 'waking up'. I the dream I was waking up on the chaise lounge, not just finding myself somewhere. I rarely experience waking up into dreams, and I am not sure if that is common. Anyways, was a cool dreaming experience and I thought I would share.

Dreamt of the most epic idea for a Mario boss battle

View Thread Reply
- Fri, 13 Mar 2020 00:39:30 EST FKxswhSk No.46528
File: 1584074370127.jpg -(45627B / 44.56KB, 460x391) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Dreamt of the most epic idea for a Mario boss battle
Think a fusion of Kind Boo and this scary ghost from Warioland 2 in the middle of a floating round platform, above a pitch black abyss, with a window that's similar to the one Wario is near but of a castle and about ten to twenty times bigger.. (and of course two floating bridges that transport Mario and Luigi to this platform which immediately fall once the ghost appears.)

If I had the skill as well as lived in a perfect enough world to obtain proper access to Photoshop and a good scanner I would've drawn the shit out of this piece, but even then my eyesight isn't what it used to be so it would've been a fat chance working with it on a computer screen for more than an hour anymore.

finding real closure in dreams

View Thread Reply
- Mon, 09 Mar 2020 17:54:25 EST PPYd+gF9 No.46524
File: 1583790865065.jpg -(93547B / 91.35KB, 292x367) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. finding real closure in dreams
this is from my dream journal, I'm not sure how much sense it will make without context or what archetypes/transcendent themes it has, but it's honestly been one of the most meaningful dreams I've ever had and only lasted a few minutes:

Had an interesting dream last night. I was walking around outside, at night, in a place I didn't recognize. Kind of an indistinct suburban sprawl. There was a road with a very well-kept sidewalk, it was brightly lit and there were trees lining the very green, manicured grass verge in between the sidewalk and the street. I saw Joel driving in his car very slowly. His was the only car on the road. I tried getting his attention but he didn't stop or even look at me. I banged on his window, still no acknowledgement. So I opened the car door on the passenger side and got in.

He shot me a dirty look and asked, quite viciously, "What the fuck do you want?", and again, as I do in most of the dreams he's in, I just asked him why he did what he did. And this time he proffered the closest thing to an answer I've gotten from him in any of these scenarios. He said, quite angrily, that sometimes people just don't want to be friends with people anymore, or something along those lines. Yeah, sure, just "friends". Which is the most mundane plausible explanation I've come up with and by far the most hurtful. And it seems like it wouldn't be the REAL reason anyway, so again no real resolution or closure.

Before I had a chance to ask why he couldn't have just said that when I specifically said that was a conclusion I had reached and that I just wanted him to have the god damn common decency to be a fucking mature adult and fucking tell me that instead of just fucking ghosting me after all we'd been through, or tell him what a terrible person he was, or that I'd see him in hell and that something tells me we'd be in the same section, that scene ended.

The next thing I remember is being somewhere I don't recognize from the "real" world. I've been to it before in dreams, but it's not really an amalgamation scene of anything as far as I can tell. It was a very tall, several stories, vestibule with stairs leading down to a set of 6 or 8 doors with a very tall window above the doors. It was night, and looking out the window I got this characteristic feeling I get when I'm walking at night in a state of dissociation, both drug induced and from bipolar/GID. Everything was tinted amber, as if I had a pair of amber sunglasses on. The stairs were green marble, seemingly reminiscent of a school I've been to, maybe [redacted], maybe [redacted], not [redacted] though. There was a tall glass elevator to my right, leading up so high that I couldn't see the ceiling, although I didn't really look. I could feel that this was the same place that I had the confrontation, as if I had just walked inside the building, although I was facing the doors.

Wandering around on the landing between the stairs and the row of doors were a dozen or so people. I realized all of them were people from various group therapy/rehab groups I've been in over the past year and a half of my life. We talked small talk and caught up, but that was just a feeling I got, I can't really recall any particulars of the conversations. What I could also feel though was that they were all genuinely happy to see me, and I was genuinely happy to see them. There's something really powerful about the whole group therapy thing if you submit to the process. You feel a true connection to these people who are perfect strangers, because, in a myriad of different ways, you're all engaged in the same struggle.

I think the lesson I learned from this is that some people are just awful, terrible, human beings and it doesn't matter how much they mean to you, you can't make them who you want them to be. But other people are amazing, with a nearly limitless capacity for love and compassion. It's an amazing feeling to be truly cared about. I'm never going to get an explanation from him, but for some reason at this point I think I truly have the closure I've been looking for all this time. No forgiveness though, I'm still not big enough for that, I still wish him the worst in life. But now I don't have any desire to bump into him some day and tell him off. I'm content knowing that if he doesn't change, which he probably won't, then he'll never have a chance to truly experience the love I've felt from almost everyone in my life but him.

anyone else make serious breakthroughs in terms of their mental health/life in dreams? in particular, anyone else find closure that for one reason or another they would never get in the external universe?

what does this mean?

View Thread Reply
- Sun, 16 Feb 2020 19:06:51 EST HWMLkjiR No.46490
File: 1581898011081.jpg -(1991176B / 1.90MB, 4032x3024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. what does this mean?
>>24316006 (OP)
The dream itself: i was with a few friends when some figure came out.of nowhere with a bottle. He stabbed the bottle after shaking like a soda bottle to explode in someone's eye. That didnt work and then i got stabbed. I was "screaming" in the dream and woke up with a throbbing pain in my lefy arm. Sort of unrelated but the 2 days before the dream, i woke up between 3:10 and 3:15 A.M.
>>
mon - Sat, 22 Feb 2020 13:40:21 EST HZrpOtpw No.46500 Reply
>>46490
I don't know what this means but I've had similar dreams where someone throws something at me and then I wake up with pain in the area it happened. What did the figure look like?
>>
John Blackham - Sun, 01 Mar 2020 11:24:43 EST kWpVhc55 No.46510 Reply
1583079883574.gif -(50452B / 49.27KB, 404x349) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.
>>46490
I can tell you what it means for around tree fiddy.
>>
Ernest Clumblestone - Mon, 02 Mar 2020 21:28:59 EST DomFIFV7 No.46513 Reply
>>46500
a regular person and then they had a huge maniacal smile

Report Post
Reason
Note
Please be descriptive with report notes,
this helps staff resolve issues quicker.