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1 Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 13:12

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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Are you a dreamer?

I'm not, I hardly ever dream. But last night I dreamt a naked Owen Coyle was running after me across Adlington rec with a meat cleaver. I kid you not.

What can this mean?

Do you dream? Any good dreams of late?



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2 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 13:23

bwfc71

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Ivan Campo
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Not often, but recently had the same dream over and over and over gain, after the other night when someone started the "what you collect" thread.



I keep dreaming that my old employers take me back on as a specialist, which of course means a lot more money, due to the fact they have realised they need my expertise.... as it was I got to the office and instead of banking papers and statements and whatever it was just Bolton bus timetables, and then as a side dream one of my ex-colleagues who left 5 years ago to join Nike, had returned but had dumped her boyfriend (and father of her child) to set up home with her new girlfriend - but the seetting wasn't Amsterdam it was Adlington!!!

3 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 13:39

Mr Magoo

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Youri Djorkaeff
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Never remember much about my dream's, but my old man seems to remember them. elephant

4 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 15:51

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i regularly have a dream where i'm watching myself die - usually at the fair for some reason. i've died on a rollercoaster, the dodgems and even the whack-a-mole machine!

5 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 15:54

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Sounds like you watch too many Final Destinations Jayne.

I dream a lot to be honest and always seem to end up jumping then floating off into mid air, I was at St.James park the other night stood in the centre circle then out of nowhere I am floating about in mid-air over the stands.

6 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 16:01

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i have the same dream most nights- im the only man on a 4 week long saga cruise

7 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 16:12

largehat

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Frank Worthington
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I go through periods - I am in the middle of one at the moment actually - of waking have had what seems a very lengthy and involved dream. Who knows how long they lasted in reality, but in all honesty, there are times where it feels like I am living two lives. I won't go into what they are about, they are rarely sexual btw.

Anyway, I had a funny experience when I was a student. For a couple of years I went through a period where I occasionally had vivid dreams that I was leaving my body and floating around the room above myself, sleeping. They were incredibly real-seeming. I really had no way of knowing if someone weird or spiritual was happening, so I started reading up on it.

Apparently the phenomenon is known as astral projection. It would only tend to happen to me if I woke up in the middle of the night for some other reason, then went back to sleep - sleeping when my mind was its most active.

It was a worrying experience in all honesty. I had this feeling that I had to get back to my body or I would die. I didn't know what was going on until one day in mid-Summer, I woke up around dawn, had a bit of how's your father with my girlfriend at the time, and fell asleep again. I had the familiar experience of leaving my body, floating round the room, returning to my body and so on, but I was finally able to prove to myself that it was a dream, because in the 'experience' my room was still dark but the room had been filled with bright sunlight before I had gone back to sleep. So that's how I finally knew it was just very odd dreams, that was about 13 years ago and it's never happened since.

8 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 16:31

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@largehat wrote:... I woke up around dawn, had a bit of how's your father with my girlfriend at the time, and fell asleep again.

So how was her father? Laughing

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9 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 16:42

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Frank Worthington
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@Keegan wrote:
@largehat wrote:... I woke up around dawn, had a bit of how's your father with my girlfriend at the time, and fell asleep again.

So how was her father? Laughing

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10 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 16:48

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I keep dreaming about a girl from work, although last night I dreamt Alex Mccleish got sacked by Aston Villa this weekend.

11 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 17:11

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Ivan Campo
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I have two recuring dreams one in which i am a kid again in salford its dustman day and all the metal bins are out in the alley,s and i am walking up the alley and each bin is stuffed with bulging wallets then i hear my mum shouting wake up your poridge is ready and i am gutted.The other one is that i can walk on air but only to a maximum of a few feet. Analyze that lot.

12 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 17:11

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True story.

Soon after the lottery started (about 20 years ago?) my cousin had such a vivid dream of the numbers that one, that it actually woke her up - never happened before or since. She obviously wrote the numbers down and went back to sleep.

Next morning went out and got a ticket.

We've heard about stuff like this happening - well it's the first (and only) time I've known it to happen to someone I know.

The draw came round and amazingly enough she didn't get a single number come up!

She's been playing the same numbers ever since and won naff all!

The dream as cost her a small fortune over the years!

13 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 20:29

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Went through a period of a few years, where I dreamt about drowning at least once a week(ish). Very vivid, and often made me wake up, literally, in a cold sweat. Horrible experience, and one I still go throughj now and then.Some very strange scenarios, for me, but still very realistic otherwise. Only rarely have I survived the dream and kept on sleeping.

14 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 20:52

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I tend to dream very entertaining dreams where I can hardly wait to see what happens next - like movies, really. No stimulation I can think of to cause that, it can happen after playing Fifa for a few hours. I have had a recurring dream where an American Bear was chasing me around the streets where I lived as a child. I did some research which suggested I should face the Bear and stop running from it. So I went to bed with the thought that I was going to fcuk that Bear up if he showed his filthy face in my dreams again, so far he hasn't.

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15 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 22:16

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I used to dream I was being chased by a witch on a broomstick over a school playing field when I was younger, told my brother about this when we had grown up and apparently he used to have the same dream.

16 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Fri Mar 02 2012, 22:24

Banks of the Croal

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I dream a lot, mostly nightmares, some are hard to comprehend ugly looking monsters chasing and capturing me, locking me up and torturing me.

Others, being bombed during the war and trying to take cover.

One i had the other night, noticed a lot of planes in the sky, looked like fighter planes, but people were distracted by the fact that the Town Hall was on Fire. At the same time i was working on a major Gas leak and it ignited i caught fire, went running for help. Only to met by invading Chinese Soldiers, up Halliwell, and being prodded by their Bayonets.

But the worst one i ever have is were i start smoking again.

17 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Sat Mar 03 2012, 13:46

gloswhite

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Banksy, funny you mention about the bombing. I have a similar one, but its a nuclear detonation, and all the follow-on actions.

18 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Sun Mar 04 2012, 11:43

bwfc71

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Ivan Campo
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I had a very vivid nightmare last night - so much so I woke up in sweats and shivering.



The dream was that we got well and truly thrashed by Manchester City, although the scoreline flattered us. We seemed to have lost the match 2-0, although the score should have been about 6 or 7-0, but our illustrious manager comes out and tells the whole world that we did ourselves proud and he was happy with the way we played. It was at that moment I woke up from the nightmare....

19 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Sun Mar 04 2012, 12:40

gloswhite

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Jay Jay Okocha
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Did the manager appear in a very bright light, and have a halo ?

20 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Sun Mar 04 2012, 12:44

Natasha Whittam

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@bwfc71 wrote: but our illustrious manager comes out and tells the whole world that we did ourselves proud and he was happy with the way we played.

Was he naked holding a meat cleaver?

21 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Sun Mar 04 2012, 12:47

gloswhite

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Jay Jay Okocha
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Nat, you're confusing the dream with your fantasies Very Happy

22 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Sun Mar 04 2012, 12:51

Natasha Whittam

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@gloswhite wrote:Nat, you're confusing the dream with your fantasies Very Happy

Ha ha, Owen Coyle is not my dream man. I'm more a Dean Windass type of gal.

23 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Sun Mar 04 2012, 12:52

gloswhite

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Jay Jay Okocha
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Good grief ! have you sought advice?

24 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Mon Apr 30 2018, 11:40

boltonbonce

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Had a corker last night.
I stabbed a policeman to death in the living room,then hid his body inside an inflatable elephant.
It's not the poor policeman that concerns me,but how I got the body inside the elephant.
I may have to have this out with a shrink.

25 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Mon Apr 30 2018, 21:57

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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@boltonbonce wrote:Had a corker last night.
I stabbed a policeman to death in the living room,then hid his body inside an inflatable elephant.
It's not the poor policeman that concerns me,but how I got the body inside the elephant.
I may have to have this out with a shrink.
Further to this dream,I've now googled 'inflatable elephants', and you can buy them from Nuku for £310.
This is a worrying finding,and adds to my rather alarming search history.

26 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Tue May 01 2018, 08:39

Angry Dad

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Ivan Campo
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A bit of both I remember the dream but cant remember what I discovered  a recurring dream I have is about an alien that communicates by singing hair it's hair stands up waving about like it's under water and each strand is a different voice. Very high pitched not male not female, it asks questions about things like why do I like Bolton Wanderers and what's all the fuss about beer and why do we let our hair go away when all we have to do is.......and I can't remember. Why do we pay for fuel when all we have to do is.........and I can't remember. Why do we go to work for money when all we have to do is.......and I can't remember. Why do we let people die when all we have to do is.......I just need to remember and I will rule the world.

27 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Tue May 01 2018, 13:08

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@boltonbonce wrote:
@boltonbonce wrote:Had a corker last night.
I stabbed a policeman to death in the living room,then hid his body inside an inflatable elephant.
It's not the poor policeman that concerns me,but how I got the body inside the elephant.
I may have to have this out with a shrink.
Further to this dream,I've now googled 'inflatable elephants', and you can buy them from Nuku for £310.
This is a worrying finding,and adds to my rather alarming search history.
It'd go nicely with the inflatable panda I'm sure. Get it bought.

28 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Thu Nov 22 2018, 10:30

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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The one I had last night puzzles me.

I was pushing a blue recycling bin full of spuds, past the old Burnden Park. That's all there was to it.

I need to contact an expert on these matters.

29 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Sun Nov 25 2018, 22:54

Angry Dad

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Ivan Campo
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I was taking a photo of a naked woman being chased around Sainsburys by a chicken with a huge dick.

30 Re: Do You Remember Your Dreams? on Sun Nov 25 2018, 23:15

boltonbonce

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@Angry Dad wrote:I was taking a photo of a naked woman being chased around Sainsburys by a chicken with a huge dick.
Your dreams are more interesting than mine. Very Happy

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