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Old 09-10-2009, 06:56 PM   #21
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I had a dream some time ago involving CFB. It was set in Costco and badgers were involved
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I had a dream some time ago involving CFB. It was set in Costco and badgers were involved
Oh no.....not the badger song!!!
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I dreamed I was living in a third-world country with a hot 22-year-old companion.
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I'm pleading the Fifth on this one.

from Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The fifth amendment protects witnesses from being forced to incriminate themselves. To "plead the Fifth" is to refuse to answer a question because the response could provide self-incriminating evidence...

Regarding avatars, I use some pics I've taken or my favorite cartoon character Bugs Bunny.
I use special pics for a day or two on special occasions.
I did give you all a 2 day peek at what I look like (head to toe) a while back in my profile pic. So some of you have seen my legs.

Any dreams to report ?
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Any dreams to report ?
Thanks to REWahoo's poignant descriptions of the hazards, I've had nightmares about visiting Texas...
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This reminds me of this....

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I'm pleading the Fifth on this one. ?
No fair! Everyone is having such wonderful and exciting dreams.

Last night I dreamed that I left my carryon on an airplane. That is the honest truth. Now, how exciting is that, exactly? After dreams like that, getting up is the highlight of my day.
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No fair! Everyone is having such wonderful and exciting dreams.

Last night I dreamed that I left my carryon on an airplane. That is the honest truth. Now, how exciting is that, exactly? After dreams like that, getting up is the highlight of my day.
I think this means you were leaving your old life at work and will be starting a new one...
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I think this means you were leaving your old life at work and will be starting a new one...
Now that would make it a much nicer dream than I thought! Thanks.
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No fair! Everyone is having such wonderful and exciting dreams.

Last night I dreamed that I left my carryon on an airplane. That is the honest truth. Now, how exciting is that, exactly? After dreams like that, getting up is the highlight of my day.
About 60 days from now I predict your dreams will liven up.
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I wish I could have dreams with all of your (girls) avatars. All together, or one at a time. Your avatars, combined with what transpires from your posts make for very pleasant and exciting personalities.
Sadly all my dreams are about situations in which something embarrassing or unconfortable happens to me. Aside from work situations....even knowing in my dreams that I no longer have to work and put up with my old bosses!
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I never did see her, but I can remember looking at her house and garden. Somehow I knew she lived there. I guess I'm psychic in my dreams...
"her" wait a minute, I thought Khan looked like Ricardo Mantalban. Doooooooooooooooooooooooooooh!

So...............what were you wearing bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbam!?


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No fair! Everyone is having such wonderful and exciting dreams.
I'll make you a deal - if I remember any dreams AND they conform to forum rules, I'll post them.
Otherwise, it's still pleading the 5th for me.

Your carry-on dream is very significant. My soothsayer says you are mentally preparing for a trip (retirement) and the carry-on luggage is the j*b, soon to be discarded.
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"her" wait a minute, I thought Khan looked like Ricardo Mantalban. Doooooooooooooooooooooooooooh!

So...............what were you wearing bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbam!?


Do I look like my avatar?
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I tend to have recurring dreams having to do with money and possessions, so I guess that means I'm thinking about saving for retirement.

Either I find lots of lost change all over the place and am busily trying to pick it all up, or I realize my house has many more rooms than I ever suspected, or even an accessory house on the same property. Or, I realize that I forgot to close a bank account many years ago, and am searching for the documentation to prove to the bank that I own the account. Or, I am hunting for lost jewelry (that I never actually owned).
When feeling especially analytical, I suspect these dreams are all trying to tell me that I have focused on earning a living to the exclusion of other things I might have enjoyed. My subconscious isn't rational and doesn't give a hoot about paying the bills
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I had a dream last night that I was chasing cute birds with beautiful marigold and purple color feathers. I also remember getting mad at a girl in my dream who didn't want to pick them up because they would dirty her angora sweater.
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Heck.... I guess I am the odd man out...

I can not remember the last time I had a dream.... really....

I guess that is why I am tired all the time... I don't get into REM...
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Heck.... I guess I am the odd man out...

I can not remember the last time I had a dream.... really....

I guess that is why I am tired all the time... I don't get into REM...
I wouldn't repeat that within earshot of a narc...

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Heck.... I guess I am the odd man out...

I can not remember the last time I had a dream.... really....

I guess that is why I am tired all the time... I don't get into REM...
Yeah I dont dream often either. Probably why Im cranky and mean.
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I dream long involved complicated dreams about lots of moving pieces.

I think I dream about traveling to some of the places my fellow forum members live and have taken pictures of, but I can't think of any dreams about specific folks.

And I spoil the fun of imagining people by just posting my picture. I'll never be mistaken for a woman of mystery like that. Drat!

I agree with Ron Boyd that some of you do keep me up at night worrying about you.
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