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Dreams..your own interpritation.
17-05-2006, 07:51 PM
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Dreams..your own interpritation.

I know I am pretty stressy at the mo, but my dreams are blowing me away.

Last night for example:

One of them was thus:

The door bell went and it was a man of about mid 40's, a neighbour (not that I know). He told me a lady from the National Geese Society was at his door, I had told him it was OK to film the flock of norwegian geese that flew over us every year. Was just explaining to him that yes that was true but I had agreed this 2 years ago when I exclaimed that a huge eel had come out of the river and was eating a fat cat.

We stood there as this eel throwed the cat too and frow...then I woke up.

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17-05-2006, 07:53 PM
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Dreams..your own interpritation.
So. :mellow:

What is your interpretation?
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17-05-2006, 08:07 PM
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Dreams..your own interpritation.
A goose symbolises fertility, an eel is either the male organ or sperm and the cat - well that could be you.

You're either ovulating or you need a good sh*g.


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17-05-2006, 08:11 PM
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Dreams..your own interpritation.
It was horrid. The eel was playing with cat and killing it slowly. There was a woman with 3 Golden Labradors just smiling and looking on as though it was the most natural thing in the world. I was screaming inside that I couldn't watch this cat being tourchered anymore.

My interpritation Pats.

The brain is a supremely intricate thing and whilst i'm sorting out numbers through my exam period it senses my stress and is throwing up bizarre images that are not making sense in the sequence they are being presented.
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17-05-2006, 08:15 PM
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Dreams..your own interpritation.
Fee For All Wrote:A goose symbolises fertility, an eel is either the male organ or sperm and the cat - well that could be you.

You're either ovulating or you need a good sh*g.


I love google.

I hope the cat wasn't me. What perplexed me was it was a big fit fat cat and just seemed to be submissive to the eel. It could have got up and run away at anytime but it just didnt'.....this is what perplexed me most. And also apart from me no one seemed upset.
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17-05-2006, 08:18 PM
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I personally think you are working too hard, once these exams are over you need a bloody great blow out (which is code for a party at your house) and relax, then your dreams will take on a more subdued nature.
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17-05-2006, 08:19 PM
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Cat Wrote:I hope the cat wasn't me. What perplexed me was it was a big fit fat cat and just seemed to be submissive to the eel. It could have got up and run away at anytime but it just didnt'.....this is what perplexed me most. And also apart from me no one seemed upset.

or . . .you is a loon.

hoo hoo!!!!
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17-05-2006, 08:21 PM
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janus abimbi Wrote:or . . .you is a loon.

hoo hoo!!!!
Thank you and welcome back.. We were all too polite to point this out to her..
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17-05-2006, 08:37 PM
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janus abimbi Wrote:or . . .you is a loon.

hoo hoo!!!!

YES! That is an option Janus.


Nice to see you back.
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17-05-2006, 08:44 PM
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Yeah but not but yeah but no but.

What I am trying to say is the dreams means nuffink. I know people who live by their lives by them, trying to interprit things. Dreams are just a nanoo second of a reshuffle of your stock of thoughts and things. Your braihaving a clear out. But I do appreciate that sometimes a dread can be so vivid that it stays with you for the day. Mine did last night...both of them.

I rejoice in the obscrurity of the mind.
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