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 No.38

Anons, you ever had any of those really 'out there'/ weird dreams?

 No.39

this one time when I was a kid I was running away from a puma, on an endless circular staircase

 No.40

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>>38
Sometimes I have dreams where my life is incredibly different, but it feels like it's supposed to be that way, like it's the norm. I'll know people I don't and it won't feel at all weird to me, then I wake up and think "where the fuck am I this ain't right"

not that spoopy or anything, but they always stand out

 No.58

very often, most night i have dreams in which i come to some massive and very important(seems like it in the dream anyway) realization on some random thing. last dream i had like this i realized something about skiing and the color red.

 No.84

Sometimes when watching a film, I fall asleep without noticing. I continue to ``watch it'' but it's all a dream. Later, recalling the film includes the dreamed scenes. Once I recommended someone a film, describing my favorite parts. Later, he asked my copy of the film, because my scenes weren't there.

 No.85

>>84
that's fucking strange, I've never had that before but it must be surreal

 No.86

>>84
That's interesting. I've experienced something similar to this when falling asleep with audio playing. I'll continue to hear the audio while I'm dreaming and a visual representation of what I am listening to will arise in the dream state.

It's subtly different then what you're describing, in that the visual aspects of the dream aren't a continuation of the film, but usually an imaginal representation of what I'm listening to. If it's music, I might find myself at a concert or watching a music video in the dream. If it's an interview, my dream might manifest as a conversation. When this happens with an audiobook, the dream will often be a visual representation of the story to accompany the reading.

I can't recall this ever happening with films in the way that you describe, but I don't often fall asleep while watching video. I might try to force myself to fall asleep while watching something and see if I can experience this.

 No.99

Most of my weird dreams are nightmares and I would only really call them nightmares cuz I end up dying in them. It's usually due to a car accident and the brakes not working and I don't wake up before you die like most people. It's always afterwards and it kinda sucks.

 No.104

>>38 I have dreams where it seems insignificant but I cant forget them, but then months later I live out that exact scene in my dream

 No.105

>>104
kek yeah I know what you mean, it's always the most mundane shit too

 No.110

>>105 i was in the break room at my new job a week ago then all of a sudden i was like what the fuck it happened again, i never see it coming

 No.116

>>110
kek yep. I'll just be at my desktop sipping coffee and know I was gonna do it that exact way

hey, makes boring shit a little more fun so I won't complain



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