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    In this mornings dream I was given a football and told I needed to punt it. I walk into a stadium full of people waiting for the punt. I am thinking how can I do this, I have never punted a football, this is crazy, what am I going to do?
    During the kick my foot passed through the football as if it were an image and not a real football which really confused me as it happened.
    I woke up confused, not so different than any other day.

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    My dreams have been a heavy rotation of my mom (who passed away this January), my old classmate (who passed away this April), or dreams where I am famous for doing something, (winning a race/game, marrying the hot girl, etc.)

    Strangest one was the Dream of my classmate. I dreamed that we were high school again and both of us are running on the track and I was better than her. The classmate mentioned was a damn good athlete is real life...played D1 basketball and track. Our girls' track team finished second in state her senior year...and she was our only school representative.

    We talked about our lives and 5 he good times we had. As I went to AK her why she died, she just sped off. As I stop and watch her go, I hear her laughter go fainter and fainter.

    In high school we had a mutual respect for each.other but it never went farther than that. The thought of our best athlete dating me, a bookworm who could trip over a painted line. It would be rocking the wchool foundation to the core. But boy I think of the fun we could have had.
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    ...I also used to have a lot of nuclear-war dreams back then, but I imagine a lot of people did.
    Hopefully this won't be deemed political, but I always felt comforted by the idea of MAD and our nuclear deterrent, so I never had fears about that.

    I did have a recurring dream when I was a child of being on an abandoned house boat and being chased by someone trying to kill me and stepping on a rusty nail and trying to run with the nail in my foot and then I would always wake up.

    One of the most vivid adult dreams I can remember was after 9/11, the actual event didn't frighten me at all considering the odds of being involved in a hijacking or terrorist attack less than being struck by lighting, but I had a dream that terrorists hijacked a plane I was on and crashed it into a building. Nothing unique about that scenario obviously, but it was so freaking realistic and vivid, possibly the most realistic and terrifying dream I ever had.

    Then there was the one in college with the two coeds from one of my classes, that was the funnest dream I can still clearly remember but I won't go into details as this is a family site.

    In general not too many other ones stand out over the years.

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    Last night Jamski and Ben Affleck took me around to all their favorite hole in the wall dining spots. But they ordered for me and I didn't like anything. At the end of the evening they got enormous fudgecycles and a got a small cone that was made of cotton candy.
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    #1.) I was back at my place of employment and every customer was a woman with a purse dog. One of the women was complaining that she could not concentrate at home because her husband kept interrupting her, but her dog barked continuously.

    #2.) I stopped my car at a crosswalk in which all the people were standing but not moving despite no traffic to hinder them. When I rolled down the window and yelled at them to move, they proceeded to walk up the street and continue to block traffic.

    #3.) While driving I passed a short haired brunette who was running in the street while a white BMW followed her. Thinking she might be in trouble I hung a U-turn, but she disappeared and a gorgeous blonde, who did not have a purse dog, was strolling serenely, and she turned to me and smiled.

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    The crazy dream trifecta.

    I think I dreamed I kept forgetting things but I'm not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goner View Post
    The crazy dream trifecta.

    I think I dreamed I kept forgetting things but I'm not sure.
    That's kind of the way a lot of my dreams go. I think.

    I used to have the truck driving dream. I was always eastbound coming in to either Kansas City or St. Louis but I wasn't sure which and I couldn't remember where I was supposed to be taking the load. Then I realized I was not driving the truck I had started out with and it was somewhere in either Texas or Oklahoma and I was pretty sure I'd left it running and I was trying to figure out how to get back to it. I could never remember how it came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by comfortably numb View Post
    At the end of the evening they got enormous fudgecycles...
    Those are really cool but they can make for a messy ride.





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    I often have ones where I'm being attacked or our house is being broken into and I'll shoot the person point blank in the face and it has no effect.

    I also have a reoccurring one since I was little. I'm able to swing around the outside of a large house. I'm able to see a floor that was completely burned. The floor isn't visible from the inside. I seem to be the only person that can see it. Then somehow I always end up in the attic. Everything is in black and white. I'm speeding through a forest trying to not hit the trees. The whole house is very haunted too. I really dislike that dream.

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    I was at the home of my ex-wife's parents.
    We decided it would make a great floating home, and so we began cutting it apart with chain saws.
    The guy supervising the job was a race horse owner I know. The Nasty Grandchildren were visiting.
    They needed to bathe but the water was turned off. So I brought them 5 gallon buckets of cold water.

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