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Re: Dreams (not those crushed by the weight of unfulfilled life)

Post by Ellie » 08 Nov 2017, 13:15

I was back working at Midwestern J Peterman, and I was naked. All the desks had been moved around, and every way I went to go back to my desk was blocked. I also kept stalling; once I stopped to enter a caption contest on a cat picture, and once I tried to get some food off a snack table.

Then I realized that if I'd gotten back to work right away, I could have alerted everyone to a serial killer on the loose in town, but because I'd been stalling he'd had a few days without anyone on his trail. I worried that somebody else had died just because I'd been trying to get extra snacks. The clue to the serial killer's identity was that he liked goetta.
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Re: Dreams (not those crushed by the weight of unfulfilled life)

Post by Highway » 08 Nov 2017, 13:18


Ellie wrote:. The clue to the serial killer's identity was that he liked goetta.
It was JD, wasn't it...
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Re: Dreams (not those crushed by the weight of unfulfilled life)

Post by Sandy » 08 Nov 2017, 13:35

I have had goetta, and it is not terrible.
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Post by nicole » 14 Nov 2017, 07:33

Woke up from a dream where I was letting Sam and another dog out into my parents’ yard (which was I guess secretly fenced in the dream) but then three gorillas showed up, and I was like omg COME and Sam has good recall and did but the other dog was like no I’m going to actively fuck with the gorillas. So I’m watching from th doorway freaking out but the gorillas just leave. When I go out to get the dog after, a fourth gorilla shows up, a juvenile, and he’s wearing sweats and doesn’t really fuck with anyone.
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Re: Dreams (not those crushed by the weight of unfulfilled life)

Post by JasonL » 14 Nov 2017, 08:52

Of the greater cincinnati regional foods they claim, goetta is by far the best. Goetta, green chilies, and egg breakfast tacos. Solid choice. It's a great improvement over regular breakfast sausage in a scotch egg type application too.

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Post by Warren » 14 Nov 2017, 09:53

JasonL wrote:
14 Nov 2017, 08:52
Of the greater cincinnati regional foods they claim, goetta is by far the best. Goetta, green chilies, and egg breakfast tacos. Solid choice. It's a great improvement over regular breakfast sausage in a scotch egg type application too.
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Post by lunchstealer » 15 Nov 2017, 15:07

Green chiles are cheating though. Everything's good with green chiles.
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Post by Andrew » 16 Apr 2018, 13:06

I would really appreciate it if my coworkers would stop appearing in my dreams. Dealing with them in waking life is more than enough.
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Post by dead_elvis » 18 Apr 2018, 11:11

At the part I can start remembering, I have started dancing with a woman in a public place like some sort of bar/restaurant. Damnit, it's *my* dream, couldn't I be a slightly better dancer? I'm dancing embarrassingly bad, even worse than real life, which is saying something. Suddenly I realize the music has changed and we are now dancing to twelve-tone music :lol: She's like, fuck this, and I go upstairs. Where there is a character from a previous more hazy part of the dream. He's in a tough spot, about to get killed for not coming through with his end of a bad deal. *But*, the camera pans out and zooms back in on a rooftop many blocks away, there is a small vulture perched with a sniper rifle. And I remember from an earlier part of the dream that this person had been gone for a while palling around with nature, so of course it makes perfect sense that he made friends with an anthropomorphic sniper vulture (hey Disney! *mouthing "call me" with the hand gesture*). I get out before the feathers start flying.

When I wake up the line "bone chains and toothpicks" from Swan Swan H is in my head, I'm guessing due to the vulture.

Mostly I'm amused at the idea of throwing something like this in to a dance playlist and see what people do with it.
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Re: Dreams (not those crushed by the weight of unfulfilled life)

Post by Ellie » 18 Apr 2018, 11:33

I continue to be baffled and amused by what David thinks constitutes a weird dream. He has the most boring dreams ever. And he cannot get any perspective on that.

The other morning, we both said to each other, "I had the weirdest dreams last night!" And his were: in one a rhinoceros walked up to our front door, and in another it was raining outside but he couldn't get the living room window to close. Whereas mine were: in one I joined an all-female church where the members were ritually killed so they could meet God in the afterlife, and in another I was a trans man in a cult and was taking a shower with Thomas Lennon.
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Post by Warren » 18 Apr 2018, 11:38

Ellie wrote:
18 Apr 2018, 11:33
I continue to be baffled and amused by what David thinks constitutes a weird dream. He has the most boring dreams ever. And he cannot get any perspective on that.

The other morning, we both said to each other, "I had the weirdest dreams last night!" And his were: in one a rhinoceros walked up to our front door, and in another it was raining outside but he couldn't get the living room window to close. Whereas mine were: in one I joined an all-female church where the members were ritually killed so they could meet God in the afterlife, and in another I was a trans man in a cult and was taking a shower with Thomas Lennon.
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Re: Dreams (not those crushed by the weight of unfulfilled life)

Post by dead_elvis » 18 Apr 2018, 12:12

Ellie wrote:
18 Apr 2018, 11:33
I continue to be baffled and amused by what David thinks constitutes a weird dream. He has the most boring dreams ever. And he cannot get any perspective on that.

The other morning, we both said to each other, "I had the weirdest dreams last night!" And his were: in one a rhinoceros walked up to our front door
That is super weird. Because everyone knows rhinoceroses use the side door, so they don't traipse mud through the living room.
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Re: Dreams (not those crushed by the weight of unfulfilled life)

Post by Kolohe » 18 Apr 2018, 12:27

I figured they just stayed in the driveway and honked the horn.
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Post by Kolohe » 18 Apr 2018, 12:28

What, you wanted some sort of Ionesco reference?
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Re: Dreams (not those crushed by the weight of unfulfilled life)

Post by Warren » 18 Apr 2018, 13:03

Kolohe wrote:
18 Apr 2018, 12:28
What, you wanted some sort of Ionesco reference?
Yeah, I did kinda.
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Re: Dreams (not those crushed by the weight of unfulfilled life)

Post by lunchstealer » 18 Apr 2018, 13:27

Kolohe wrote:
18 Apr 2018, 12:27
I figured they just stayed in the driveway and honked the horn.
horn! get it? rhino? honking the horn?

see, it's funny because rhinos have literal horns on their noses, but also honking the horn of a car is a common way to announce your presence. it's even funnier because it implies that the rhino has bad manners, as honking the horn is seen as lazy and inconsiderate.
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