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Rambly
Posts: 2022/2028
Originally posted by Peardian
You could probably fill a video game with the kind of surreal locations I've dreamed of.

There's a lot of cool scenery I remember from my dreams that I did plan to put in a video game at one point...

Of course, at this point, I'll never make it, but... it's still something I would have liked to find some way to share with people once upon a time...
RanAS
Posts: 465/468
Originally posted by Peardian
You could probably fill a video game with the kind of surreal locations I've dreamed of.

I feel the same too! It's a shame that most of the time, I can't actually remember what I dreamed about. Except sometimes when I try to remember the scenery or place I was in during my dreams, then things sort-of start coming back (in a very fragmented way, but they do).

I feel like this might contribute to my sense of de-ja-vu sometimes. If I dream about the same thing twice (has happened before), I will usually remember it in the second dream like "hey, I've been here before, I know what's about to happen next" and I'll end up doing something that changes the way the dream went from there forwards.
Peardian
Posts: 7413/7414
I still have high school / college dreams, or college dreams set in my high school, usually involving the first day of classes for a class I have no idea where it is located. Worst example: dreaming that I ended up in the wrong classroom and then I would be late for work because my university was two hours from home. Best example: dreaming that the only way to get to a class was by completing a Legends of the Hidden Temple-esque obstacle course.


As for the non-stressful dream themes... I wish I could take pictures of my dreams. You could probably fill a video game with the kind of surreal locations I've dreamed of. An incoherent game, sure, but it would be a lot more interesting than the locales in LSD Dream Emulator.
Xenesis
Posts: 2526/2530
Originally posted by Xkeeper
Dreaming about work is the worst, though.


I still get dreams that I haven't finished or handed in my PhD thesis, waking me in a blind panic as I rush to fix it despite the fact that I graduated 2 years ago and finished the damn thing nearly 3 years ago now.
Jamie
Posts: 18/23
I recently dreamt that I met an online friend and my dad discriminated against the fact they were trans... :/
Yuu
Posts: 17/18
I used to dream a lot when I was younger and it kept going up until I got to high school, then things pretty much stopped and I haven't had a dream or nightmare since that time.

Most of what I recall isn't anything special, but it was nice to think about; things like the old town I was born and used to live in (Lawrence, KS), meeting up with old friends, and occasionally these odd dreams about what I did the next day (that I would end up doing exactly the same).
Rambly
Posts: 1996/2028
Originally posted by Bloodstar
So, NSBM, I take it?

nah, dream Donald Trump didn't know about anything that obscure. he listened to Metallica and really liked Master of Puppets
Bloodstar
Posts: 11263/11267
Originally posted by Rambly
Donald Trump was in the limo too and he kept trying to change the station to really shitty metal music.


So, NSBM, I take it?
Rambly
Posts: 1994/2028
I keep dreaming about places I used to live. Whenever I dream about the place I'm currently living or anywhere similar, it feels mundane, and I often dream about places I've never been before and those are always the most fun -- it's neat, in general, when my brain invents entirely new physically consistent vivid cities or naturey places for me to explore -- but dreaming about places I used to live is... kinda just... depressing and uncanny.

For some dumb reason I've been dreaming this continuing storyline where I'm still living as a guy and miserable and wasting time on IRC with toxic people and still living in the house I lived in when I was a teenager. I'm also a college student in this dream timeline, for some reason???

It'd be pretty awful, but it took a super interesting twist a while ago where some people realized that the dream timeline I was living in was actually a parallel universe to real life, and I developed knowledge of events from the real life universe. This led to me *getting pulled into the president's limo*, having to explain how Donald Trump became president (he never even ran in this dream universe) to Obama's aides so we could figure out when the two universes diverged. Donald Trump was in the limo too and he kept trying to change the station to really shitty metal music. He was still petulant and childish and self-aggrandizing.

Also the dream me in that timeline just realized she was trans and is transitioning and just came out to her parents, so yay. Happy (happier) ending, I guess.

(I also had a dream, recently, that me and my roommates fled to Canada and I ended up getting signed up for a boxing tournament on accident, trying to beat the very best Canadian boxers and, shockingly, losing every time. This dream has nothing to do with anything, I just thought it was funny.)
Sanqui
Posts: 1750/1750
I've been having much more vivid dreams than I used to the past few days, to the point where I can usually write a paragraph or two about what I dreamed about. It's a nice change. and brings me back to... ten years ago.
Tarale
Posts: 1853/1854
I have recurring places in my dreams. The stuff that happens might be different, but the place keeps coming back. They're often versions of real-world places, but with fantasy elements, and some Escheresque qualities.
Kazinsal
Posts: 612/612
I have recurring dreams, which is really odd, because generally they aren't frequently recurring. Tonight I had a dream that I haven't had in several *years*, but it went more or less exactly as I remember it.
Xkeeper
Posts: 23358/23358
I'm lucky in that I've only had one or two dreams ever that involved a false awakening, and the only one I can remember wasn't bad, just weird.

Dreaming about work is the worst, though.
Peardian
Posts: 7411/7414
One of my worst mornings went something like this:

1. dream about getting ready for work
2. dream about getting to work late
3. dream about waking up late and telling family about previous dreams while getting ready for work
4. wake up too early
Bloodstar
Posts: 11261/11267
Alternately, dreaming you're at work.

It's fun when you have to wake up for work, but you roll over and go back to sleep because you think you're at work
Narumi
Posts: 133/138
Originally posted by Bloodstar
Originally posted by Xkeeper
The worst is when you're so tired that you're too tired to sleep, which is what happened last night to BMF. Not even second-wind style waking up, but just laying around feeling like shit.

I know because I had to be awake at 6 in the morning and he was still awake, too


oh man I love this
that feeling of "okay I should go to bed" but you just don't have the energy to move so you just pass out wherever at some point

it's all too common.


Yeah, I hate when that happens because I get those moods when I have to be up early and then I can't sleep due to unrelated factors out of my control.
Bloodstar
Posts: 11260/11267
Originally posted by Xkeeper
The worst is when you're so tired that you're too tired to sleep, which is what happened last night to BMF. Not even second-wind style waking up, but just laying around feeling like shit.

I know because I had to be awake at 6 in the morning and he was still awake, too


oh man I love this
that feeling of "okay I should go to bed" but you just don't have the energy to move so you just pass out wherever at some point

it's all too common.
Xkeeper
Posts: 23358/23358
The worst is when you're so tired that you're too tired to sleep, which is what happened last night to BMF. Not even second-wind style waking up, but just laying around feeling like shit.

I know because I had to be awake at 6 in the morning and he was still awake, too
hydra-calm
Posts: 142/148
Originally posted by mycophobia
Originally posted by hydra-calm
Waking up is probably the number one thing that screws with me during school and the like. My brain doesn't process urgency of events or make any kind of value judgements until almost an hour after I wake up unless I'm very afraid of something happening that day, so more often than not I'm nearly late because all I can think on waking up is "ah, who cares really"...

I wish I knew a solution to that that didn't involve slamming cold brew from bed.


Why shouldn't the solution involve that...?



Valid point...

I hate buying an entire bag just to use it on cold brew, though. I should get some caffeine pills again, maybe. Regardless, I can definitely sympathize with the general idea of sleep being a mess.
mycophobia
Posts: 22/28
Originally posted by hydra-calm
Waking up is probably the number one thing that screws with me during school and the like. My brain doesn't process urgency of events or make any kind of value judgements until almost an hour after I wake up unless I'm very afraid of something happening that day, so more often than not I'm nearly late because all I can think on waking up is "ah, who cares really"...

I wish I knew a solution to that that didn't involve slamming cold brew from bed.


Why shouldn't the solution involve that...?
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