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Do you have a favourite dream that you've ever dreamt?

Have you ever had a dream and you really enjoyed dreaming about it and no other dream you've had compares?


posted 12-Mar-2007 11:14pm  
I don't have a favorite dream.
posted 12-Mar-2007 11:18pm  
Yes. I was about a huge garden with beautiful lush green, and vibrant colored flowers. Blue sky, warm air, slight breeze, sunny. It was surreal and I was just so amazed by it. I've never had a dream that intense visually. The dream actually ended on a sour note but that part was unbelievable.
posted 12-Mar-2007 11:31pm  
Yes. It was at a time when I was under an enormous amount of stress. My dream consisted of me speeding up a mountain road in a convertable. The more the road curved and the higher it went, the faster I drove up it. All of a sudden the car careened off the top of the cliff and was falling straight down towards my doom. I was in the car panicking seeing the ground coming closer and closer when I heard a voice say "let it go!" So I quickly unbuckled the seat belt and felt the car seperate from me like a heavy load fell from my shoulders. The car fell and crashed on the ground below while I was safe in the air. It was very real, I can still feel the weight fall away from me and feel light as air.
I like it because it's an easy one to interpret.
posted 13-Mar-2007 12:31am  
Yes. I was in the kitchen making a sandwich
posted 13-Mar-2007 12:42am  
I always liked that one where everyone is naked except me. And they don't seem to notice that anything is amiss. They're all nonchalant, going about their business...naked people...I used to have that one all the time. I suppose it's a common one.
bill Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 13-Mar-2007 8:43am  
When I was a kid, I had this dream... I think more than once... where it was night, where I lived, in a suburban neighborhood. The sky was glowing and everyone came out of their homes to see it. I sometimes wonder if it was a dream or if it really happened.
posted 13-Mar-2007 9:27am  
I have a dream,its quite embarrasing really i love an older guy and i dreamt about he`d whisk me away lol probably wouldnt happen though.
(reply to LindaH) posted 13-Mar-2007 9:30am  
What was in the sandwhich mmmm i like ham and cheese you?
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 13-Mar-2007 9:38am  
Not that I recall.
posted 13-Mar-2007 9:52am  
I had a dream that one day i would be a singer and win American Idol!!!!!!!!!!!
(reply to lildonz07) posted 13-Mar-2007 12:03pm  
I never finished the sandwich. I was interrupted.
posted 13-Mar-2007 6:37pm  
Yes - It's about making love with someone very special.
posted 13-Mar-2007 6:57pm  
No... I remember many and they all seem to involve a public washroom that lacks privacy but to be frank, I haven't any of those in a while...
(reply to RGirl) posted 13-Mar-2007 6:58pm  
> Yes. I was about a huge garden with beautiful lush green, and vibrant
> colored flowers. Blue sky, warm air, slight breeze, sunny. It was
> surreal and I was just so amazed by it. I've never had a dream that
> intense visually. The dream actually ended on a sour note but that
> part was unbelievable.

You weren't asleep! You were on acid!! smiley:::winking raspberry
romkey Survey Central Gold Subscriber
posted 13-Mar-2007 8:11pm  
Not that I can think of. I don't have a lot of recall of my dreams.
romkey Survey Central Gold Subscriber
(reply to bill) posted 13-Mar-2007 8:11pm  
That was the 70's, wasn't it?
(reply to Irene007) posted 13-Mar-2007 8:13pm  
Some one must have slipped my something!
bill Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to romkey) posted 13-Mar-2007 8:14pm  
Yes, I would guess 1972.
romkey Survey Central Gold Subscriber
(reply to bill) posted 13-Mar-2007 8:29pm  
(reply to Irene007) posted 13-Mar-2007 9:09pm  
I've had dreams like that. I wonder what they mean.
posted 13-Mar-2007 10:31pm  
posted 14-Mar-2007 12:30am  
YES!!!!!!!! I try to go back to sleep and continue/re-have it but it isn't the same. :(
posted 14-Mar-2007 5:02am  
Not from what i can remember no.
(reply to LindaH) posted 14-Mar-2007 5:05am  
No way! i hate it when that happens, so where do you live then?
posted 14-Mar-2007 9:34am  
(reply to CCsHottieMami) posted 14-Mar-2007 9:38am  
> YES!!!!!!!! I try to go back to sleep and continue/re-have it but
> it isn't the same. :(

I do that too! It's never the same for me either. Welcome to SC smiley:::smile
posted 14-Mar-2007 10:39am  
I am w. my deceased soul mate once again.
(reply to lildonz07) posted 14-Mar-2007 11:41am  
I liked it when it happened. I was interrupted by someone I greatly admire. smiley:::smile
I'm in Alaska
posted 14-Mar-2007 2:34pm  
Yes. In my dream he wasn't a drug addict and we lived happily ever aftersmiley:::frown
they Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 14-Mar-2007 2:58pm  
There are some that still linger.

Nothing really 'favorite' about them.
posted 14-Mar-2007 10:16pm  
Yeah, visiting certain stairway-streets that look either like nothing I've ever seen in reality, or different from the real one it's supposed to be. Also skimming speedily through and atop large bodies of water. Flying low over a city is good too.
posted 15-Mar-2007 7:11am  
Yes! The dream I had last night was brilliant - superhero on a horse. I think I actually swore when I was woken up mid-dream.
posted 15-Mar-2007 4:39pm  
I've had a few dreams that were so fantastic that I combined them to make an unusual story.
posted 15-Mar-2007 11:09pm  
Yes but it was a vision really and not a dream.
posted 16-Mar-2007 7:57am  
Ones in which nature is conscious and helpful.
(reply to LindaH) posted 16-Mar-2007 10:31am  
Ohhh whos that then? Wow alaska iv`e always wanted to go there so what is it really like in alaska?
(reply to lildonz07) posted 17-Mar-2007 12:41am  
It's freezing cold in winter, real pretty though. Summers are nice!

(reply to lildonz07) posted 17-Mar-2007 3:45am  
It doesn't feel as cold as other places that are hardly as cold but damp though. The Auroras are incredible, like glow-in-the-dark rainbows slowly belly-dancing from horizon to horizon at times. The quietness is awesome. You can hear things like snowmobiles miles away. The air is incredibly pure unless you're in town where it can become an ice-smog.

In the summer, at 2am, you can still read a book by sunlight, but surprisingly it doesn't get as dark in winter as light in summer, so it still seems likes there is a day from 10am-4pm in the winter.

You can hear bear and wolves in the neighborhood, and see moose wandering around. For a californian naturalist such as myself, it was still like a different world.

The people are different there too. I noticed that even at the Seattle airport, you could tell the Alaskan natives not just by their beards and winter fat, but by the way they gazed as if looking off 200 miles into the horizon, rather than in a 6' perimeter.

In the summer the swamps and creeks everywhere thaw and the air fills with a colorful variety of huge dragonflies and their state bird, the giant Alaskan mosquito.
(reply to Amanda) posted 18-Mar-2007 10:51am  
Apparently women have it most often. They also report that they toilets are often dirty and overflowing (not my case). They say that it's due to a lack of "me" time; that you're forever doing something for someone else so when it comes time for you to have privacy (toilet), you have to clean it first or in my case, the door won't close, the stall is too short, the curtain is ripped, there are no stalls... I have every one of those dreams and more!

I haven't had any in a long time now; maybe it's because I'm really living for myself these days yet I'm very busy!!
(reply to Irene007) posted 18-Mar-2007 11:51am  
Perhaps it's simpler than that, and is more about the chore of scrubbing toilets being more common for women.

When I become a workaholic (even something as calm a computer proramming), and set aside any other personal pleasures, I end up having unrestful sleep where I'm back at my first job, feverishly cooking hamburgers all night.
(reply to Irene007) posted 18-Mar-2007 2:03pm  
I've had one several times where I go in and it's just a big room of toilets. No stalls. No curtains. No anything. Interesting what it means.

Good for you for living for yourself. yes
posted 20-Mar-2007 4:02pm  
A threesome with Jenna Jameson & Christina Aguleria
(reply to Kristal_Rose) posted 31-Mar-2007 7:48pm  
I dunno Kristal - it makes sense to me...
posted 11-Nov-2014 11:06pm  
Publishers Clearing House knocking at my door with my Prize Check

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