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Old 06-27-08, 09:47 AM   #1
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I Had a Dream about a FOOster Last Night...

Yeah, kind of strange. I've never even met this Fooster.

I can't remember what happened in the dream prior to the fooster, but in my dream he was running a maze-like adventure thing where you kite boarding over some weird obstacle course. I'm pretty sure that this would be impossible in real life. That was pretty much all of the dream. He helped go through the course and taught me how to do it all.

Weird.

Have any of you ever dreamed of another fooster?
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Yeah, kind of strange. I've never even met this Fooster.

I can't remember what happened in the dream prior to the fooster, but in my dream he was running a maze-like adventure thing where you kite boarding over some weird obstacle course. I'm pretty sure that this would be impossible in real life. That was pretty much all of the dream. He helped go through the course and taught me how to do it all.

Weird.

Have any of you ever dreamed of another fooster?
Too much Kombucha?
And no, I've never had a dream about any fooster. And with the kind of dreams I've had lately, you all should be very glad about that.
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Too much Kombucha?
And no, I've never had a dream about any fooster. And with the kind of dreams I've had lately, you all should be very glad about that.
Nah, I don't think it was the kombucha that brought on the dream. Maybe it was the movie I watched. It was an old Spanish classic from the 1950's called "Death of a Cyclist". It didn't have much to do with my dream, but there was a guy riding a bike in it.

I probably shouldn't inquire further about your dreams of late, but my curiosity is getting the better of me.
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just let your imagination run wild....and yes, some( most) of them have been that type of dream
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I had this weird dream, a remake of Chained Heat, but it starred MV and x. It was a bit weird, but not as disturbing at Unsafe Alpine does Dallas or as film noirish as Le Cage au Wordbiker.
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I don't think I have, but then again, I don't think I've been here long enough.
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The Jsharr version of Psydotek and the Holy Threadkiller is my all time favorite dream though.
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Wow, lucky you. I only get those kind of dreams a few times a month or so. Then again, I can't remember all of my dreams.
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I had this weird dream, a remake of Chained Heat, but it starred MV and x. It was a bit weird, but not as disturbing at Unsafe Alpine does Dallas or as film noirish as Le Cage au Wordbiker.
Hmmmm...I dont know any of those movies? so I'm having a hard time relating.

I think you are pulling my leg, sir.
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Wow, lucky you. I only get those kind of dreams a few times a month or so. Then again, I can't remember all of my dreams.
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pulling, carressing, whatever.
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pulling, carressing, whatever.
let me know when you get fini, er, tired. I'll carress her legs after that.
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The Jsharr version of Psydotek and the Holy Threadkiller is my all time favorite dream though.
I thought we haven't established a Threadkiller yet?
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That sounds mighty tempting, but I think I'll forgo growing a mustache and having a vocal range much lower than what I'm used to.
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That sounds mighty tempting, but I think I'll forgo growing a mustache and having a vocal range much lower than what I'm used to.
it worked for x, you should try it.
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there you go thinking again. there will be none of that in Foo!
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I hear it put some hair on his chest, too. I was wondering lately what it was in my life that I was missing!
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I fly in my dreams.

If I sit in a lotus position and clear my mind, I fly. My trajectory is about the same as a stone skipping across the pond. It's a real struggle to keep my mind clear, I loose control otherwise.
Last night I was able to turn and hover, haven't been able to do that before.
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Dude, that wasn't a dream, and I can't believe you found a copy of that tape.
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I hear it put some hair on his chest, too. I was wondering lately what it was in my life that I was missing!
You could braid your chest hair, bead it, and tie coins on the ends and really cause a brewhaha at the next belly dancing recital.
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I fly in my dreams.

If I sit in a lotus position and clear my mind, I fly. My trajectory is about the same as a stone skipping across the pond. It's a real struggle to keep my mind clear, I loose control otherwise.
Last night I was able to turn and hover, haven't been able to do that before.
That is so cool. I love flying dreams. It feels so real that you almost want to try it when you wake up. In my dreams, it feels almost like I am swimming through the air.
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You could braid your chest hair, bead it, and tie coins on the ends and really cause a brewhaha at the next belly dancing recital.
Ugh, ugh ugh! Yuck!

Ok, no more with the body hair thing. I like my hairless boobs, thanks.
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I push off the ground really hard and just start flying. I once had a dream I died by hitting the ground.
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I push off the ground really hard and just start flying. I once had a dream I died by hitting the ground.
Wow, you dreamed you died? Did you leave your body or did you just wake up?
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It was crazy, I hit the ground, and my body was all twisted, then I woke up, and I was in the same position I was in in my dream, and my body from my neck down was totally numb.
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