(Closed) Dream-land. Give me your funniest, weirdest, or most disturbing dreams! :)

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Post # 3
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

I used to have horrible night terrors, especially when DH was out of town.  I would scream so loud I would wake our roomate up, and it got worse when we moved last summer.

DH works out of state from March-September, so I had to move to our new apartment alone.  At that point I was having them almost every nigh – they got worse with stress.

One night I woke up and someone was standing the in the bedroom doorway, and I got up to slam the door shut and lock it.  I woke up standing up, trying to lock the bathroom door.  I screamed so loud I woke our neighbor….coincidentally, a cop.  LOL.  Embarrassing.

I ended up having a sleep study done, turns out my brain was moving too fast into sleep, and was beating my body there. That’s why I always had those dreams within 15 minutes of falling asleep!

Post # 4
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

On a light note, I recently had a dream I was married to Charlie Sheen.  He was very nice and respectful in my dream, LOL.

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

LOL I love how some dreams are so straightforward, like your number 4, while some are like…wow where did that come from…like your number 1 πŸ™‚

I have a recurring dream where I’m in high school and I forgot that I ever signed up for Spanish class.  Towards the end of the year, I realize I haven’t gone to class all year.  I run to my locker to try to get the books out and cram, but I can’t remember my locker combination!

High school is so traumatizing πŸ˜›

Post # 8
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

@StuporDuck: Isn’t it crazy? It started suddenly one day, and would happen really randomly.  Always the same scenario – I would wake up to someone standing in my room, and I always rememberd every little detail upon waking up.  The people in the room never said or did anything, they were just there. 

Yes, I ended up getting prescribed Ambien, which worked really well for me.  I haven’t taken it in about 6 months, and haven’t had any weird terrors since then!

Post # 9
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Bumble bee

Ok so this wasn’t my dream (I don’t really ever remember my dreams, boo!) but I was on vacation with my family and my aunt and her family. So us “kids” stayed in one cottage and the parents had thier own. (I think I was 10 and my cousin was 24) So it was the middle of the night and I got up to use the bathroom. My cousin was on the pull out couch and I was trying not to wake her up so I was moving really slowly, I finally manage to get near the bathroom and all of a sudden I hear from behind me “Don’t jump out the window…” and then she had like this little evil laugh after she said it. I was trying soo hard not to laugh. It was too funny. So I went to the bathroom and I was going back to my room and all of a sudden she starts yelling “MICHAELLLL SHUT THE HELL UP”. I couldn’t stop myself from laughing, I was cracking up and she sits up and was laughing cause she woke herself up. She couldn’t remember what the dream was about. Whoever michael was, i’m pretty sure he would have ended up falling out that window lol!!

It’s been 16 years and I still remember that like it was yesterday and it wasn’t even my dream! haha πŸ™‚

Post # 10
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

I used to have this recurring one that started when I was about 5 or 6. I was running down a wide, dark, endless street. There were sporadic streetlamps but they were incredibly dim and only produced the faintest circles of light on the pavement. And I was being chased by a man. I couldn’t see him when I turned around but I could hear him huffing and puffing behind me, trying to keep up. And here’s the really crazy part…he kept repeating, “Chestnuts, chestnuts,” between huffs and puffs. So. Effing. WEIRD.

Post # 11
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Helper bee

@berkie: That is so much like my dream, its the end up the year, I have barely gone to my classes and try to find my locker but I can’t find it or I can’t find the combination.  i seriously have some variation of this dream at least 4 times a year.  Normally right before classes start or during finals week.  Terrifying!

Post # 13
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I used to have these “dreams” where I swear I was awake but hallucinating and paralyzed.  Like I could read the time off the clock and I would wake up a couple of minutes later and see that the time I had seen was right.  And I was always aware of what position I was in, like if I was on my back thats the perspective I had.  It was always involve someone standing in my room.  Except for the time it involved someone wearing a mask laying next to me.  It didn’t scare me though. At some point I would try to move and would realize I couldn’t. Like in the mask dream I was trying to lift the mask up to see who it was. Eventually I learned that if I put all my focus on moving just one finger it would be enough to wake me up.  Hasn’t happened in awhile though. 

 

ETA: Sleep paralysis!  That’s what it’s called.  I couldn’t remember, so I looked it up. 

Post # 14
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Oh man, I’ve had so many strange ones….I’ll just share my most recent one:

A couple nights ago I dreamed that this group of guys were harrassing me.They left and I told my husband about it. Then they came back and my husband punched one of the guys in the face while I stood by with my hands on my hips and a “see what you get when you mess with me” look on my face. I definitely chuckled over it when I woke up (my husband is not the type to punch a guy in the face :-P)

I tend to dream about work a lot, though. My husband has mentioned several times where I was sleep talking, once trying to get kids to line up and once teaching them how to wash their hands πŸ˜›

Post # 15
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2006

Some of my favorite dreams are ones where I laugh myself awake!  I recently had one where my deceased grandpa was wrapped in pillows and was falling down and bouncing back up like one of those Bo Bo Dolls, and I was just laughing and laughing in my dream!  I laughed so hard I woke my SO and I up; he was like “OMG are you okay?!?!”  It was soooo weird!

When I was young though I had 2 separate dreams in which I died and then when I woke up I was literally paralyzed and couldn’t breathe!  I panicked each time and the first was the worst because I was about 8 years old and didn’t breathe for about 30 seconds.  Then suddenly I gasped for air!  In the dream, I was in a tropical hut like in Jungle Book there was a cobra like snake that was talking to me telling me how he hated to do it, but he just had to bite and kill me.  Well he did and then I woke up and was paralyzed!  I don’t remember the 2nd paralyzation dream.

Post # 16
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: January 1991

Last night I had a dream that DH and I went to the airport on vacation.  Then we decided we were tired, so we went home to find the cast of Jersey Shore in our bedroom… all naked and just hanging out.

We all got tired, so we went to sleep all together in 1 big bed.  I snuggled with Ron… who was DH in the dream… really, really weird.  Apparently, I need to find another way to spend my time other than watching trashy reality TV… πŸ™‚

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