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Posted 2/13/14
I'm condoning a minor to take part in this in anyway, shape, or form. But if you happen to fall asleep with a Nicotine patch on, your brain will go haywire, and give you some crazy dreams (source; i was bored one day)
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I get night terrors off and on, I'm not entirely sure what state of mind I need to be in for them to happen.

The worst one though was I was a survivor of what looked like the aftermath of a horrifying attack. I was just walking through some areas I spent a lot of time in as a kid and I saw mangled bodies, people desperately clinging to life with missing limbs or exposed organs, and buildings destroyed with people trapped in them. Probably the biggest impact was a little girl, probably about 8 or 9 years old, crying into her dead mother's bloody shirt begging her to not leave her there, and that she didn't know what to do. When I walked up to her, she asked if I could help her, and it was all I could muster to say, "Probably not, I can hardly help myself. But we can try." and I took her with me. I don't remember much of anything past that point.

It felt extremely real, and had such a profound impact on me that I wrote it down immediately so that I would remember it. I've seen real life gore, I've seen amputations of entire limbs before. But I've never been quite as stunned as that dream. It just felt like I was there completely, I even remember how it felt to have that girl cling to my side so desperately that it made it hard to walk.

Just remembering it now gives me chills.
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Posted 2/13/14
In my worst dream that I remember, It was a very hot afternoon. I was just lying in bed in an awkward face down position with my face in the pillow and a really dry mouth. I desperately needed water. luckily there was a cup on the shelf just on the other side of the room that I could see. But I couldn't move. I struggled and tried and willed with all my might, but to no avail. I was paralyzed! I just had to lay there with my face down with my throat filling with pillow dust as it was gradually getting harder to breathe. I started to panic! Thoughts that I might die such a stupid and miserable way, I could feel my heart pounding faster and faster. But I still couldn't move. Eventually, all that was in my mind was a deep sense of sorrow, and longing.
The torture lasted for a few more minutes before I finally woke up. Too exhausted to move and in a slight daze, I had to lay there for a few more seconds before I could even think, almost dozing off again before realizing what was about to happen. Then I got up, went to the living room and poured myself some water.

I can't remember any good dream vividly, but my last one, I was with my dad.
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In my nightmares, i'm usually running from someone. I never remember from who or what i was running from. The only thing i can think of is to keep running forward. I've been caught a couple of times and i've been stabbed, shot, i even remember falling of a cliff. But why i was doing this is still a mystery. I wish i could have some control on that so i could face whatever whoever was doing the chase.
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Posted 2/13/14
I don't usually have good dreams, and I don't really remember the last one I had. I do have nightmares on a regular basis, though, and most of them seem terrifyingly real even after I wake up. It usually takes anywhere from 30 seconds to a few minutes for me to fully wake up enough to register what was real and what was a dream.

My nightmares are usually very simple, and generally follow themes of inevitability, pain, and some evil being or presence. For example, the dream I had last night was simply a very vivid feeling that I had woken up, and an image in my head of a flaming skull with glowing red eyes hovering above me in bed, staring me right in the face. Sounds really stupid, but it felt so real to me in the moment that when I woke up I did not want to open my eyes, because for a few seconds I really believed something was there.

As a bonus, a recurring nightmare I experienced as a child was of me, lying in bed, waking to find my bed surrounded by fairly stereotypical vampire-like beings, with glowing eyes and skeletal faces, chanting incomprehensibly. Then slowly, my bed would rise up, with me in it unable to move, and start spinning in mid-air as they chanted. As the bed spun, a glowing red symbol (don't remember it well enough to describe it) would appear in the center of the bed over me. Then the dream ended. Used to be pretty disoriented waking up from that one.
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Posted 2/13/14
I dreamed that one of my friends was sitting next to my bed while I was sleeping. Like she broke into my house and was sitting in the corner of my room.
Posted 2/13/14
never happened to me.

the worse is me crying from sadness in my dreams.
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Posted 2/13/14
sometimes I sleep-punch the wall.
one time I spider crawled on my hand, invaded my dream and turned it into a nightmare.
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Posted 11/8/14
I had one weird dream where i was in a house that was two floors one floor was an old place we use to live at and the other floor was broken run down with holes all over the walls and for some strange reason i was being chased and whenever i hit the people chasing me i would lose the feeling in my arms and they would get heavier and heavier i could hear and feel my heart beating faster and faster and then i couldn't keep my eyes open and i would wake up fun times those dreams come every now and then
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Posted 11/8/14
I embrace my Zombie Dreams because they're fun and aren't scary at all...
No...My nightmares are far scarier, and are exceptionally rare. My nightmares usually involve some kind of indescribable monster or creature attacking me. The worst is that within that nightmare, everything is very dark, so I can never get a good look at it. My most vivid nightmares involve me being within a school setting surrounded by friends and classmates when everything goes wrong.

As for happier dreams, well, I'm a lucid dreamer, so they're very vivid and admittedly perverted. They mostly take place in real world settings, but turned up to the tenth power. (Giant mall. Giant school). Just recently, I had a dream that me and some friends were in a giant grocery store when I got into a fight with my crush. She fired rockets at me as I transformed into a wolf-monster and tried to get away. The battle went outside and ended with me getting captured by her...
Posted 11/9/14
That's me. Takes a lot of convincing once I wake up.
Posted 11/9/14 , edited 11/9/14
I've had very vivid dreams since I was young, and unfortunately I wake up exhausted from them. On the bright side they make for some fun stories.

Most Vivid Nightmare
When I say nightmare, I never mean ghosts, demons, or zombies because I never seem to be scared when waking up from them. My nightmares are the dreams I have as a result of my anxiety. One night, a few months ago, I had what I will probably consider my worst nightmare for a while. I was laying in bed sleeping. I woke up and turned over to cuddle with a guy I had recently stopped dating (I suppose we were still together in the dream). He was shaking so I asked him what was wrong. He just put his finger to his lips and said, "Shhh.." I started to get the familiar white hot panic feeling but stayed quite nonetheless. Suddenly my bathroom door, which I was facing, slowly creaked open. A silhouette of a man was standing in the doorway and I noticed he was holding a large knife. He walked over to the guy in my bed and held his head still. Then to my horror, slit his throat. The man looked at me, said, "Goodnight, sweetheart." And jumped out of my window.

Best Dream Ever
I had to dig through my memories for my best dream ever and decided that I don't actually have one, so I'll just tell you one of the weirdest ones. In the dream I walked into my room where my mom was folding my laundry. Somehow we got on the subject of my phone. My mom said whenever I got an attitude she would secretly cut my phone off so I couldn't use it. I said, "That's funny, because I don't remember ever having my phone cut off..." and she said, "Well that's because whenever we cut it off you decide to go bagel on your phone." I looked at her with a really confused look and said, "I...what does that even mean?" She said, "You know, you go bagel. You decide to stop using it all of a sudden." Then I said, "Do you mean I 'quit cold turkey'?" And she said "Oh right, THAT'S what I meant." And then I woke up.
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Posted 11/9/14
I don't dream often anymore.

Maybe I do, but I just don't remember. In either case, when I dream, it's either about sex or it's about sitting on a high perch, overlooking a city line at multiple times of day.

Weird.
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Posted 11/9/14
I dreamed almost every night since I was in 1st or 2nd grade all the way up until my first year of college. They were almost exclusively nightmares.

Now, I don't dream much anymore. When I do, they still tend to be nightmares and they make me sleep for longer. I can usually get by with around 6 or 7 hours of sleep but when I dream I tend to stay in bed for around 9 hours. Maybe it's sleep debt and my age catching up to me lol
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Posted 11/9/14
I dream a lot about pervy stuff nowadays. It always ends right before it gets to the good stuff though
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