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Would You Sleep More If You Were Awake To Enjoy It?
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Posted 12/14/15
Maybe you need to go to sleep.
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Posted 12/14/15
I feel it, too, PV. This is strong stuff.
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20 / M / Bundaberg, Queens...
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i only like sleeping cause i wake up feeling refreshed for a few minutes then i go back to feeling like a zombie.
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Posted 12/14/15
As in dreaming?
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29 / M / B.C, Canada
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Posted 12/14/15
I think the OP is overdosed on DMT.
Posted 12/14/15

GrandMasterTime wrote:

As in dreaming?


Yes, it sort of like resting. You're awake, but you're somewhat in the pre sleep realm. That and dreaming, especially lucid dreaming.
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PrinceJudar wrote:

I enjoy sleeping because I'm not awake though.

So no.


Posted 12/14/15
Shout out to the OP for this trippy question.....
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20 / M / USA
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Posted 12/15/15
this is the biggest oxymoron I've ever seen.
Posted 12/15/15
I love sleeping
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Posted 12/15/15
how does dreaming work in this scenario? hey PV didn't you say you used to have sleep paralysis? wouldn't this scenario freak people out?
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Posted 12/15/15

PrinceJudar wrote:

I enjoy sleeping because I'm not awake though.

So no.



^ This.
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15 / F / Murica
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Posted 12/15/15
Doesn't that.... kind of contradict itself?
Posted 12/15/15

QuietlyLoud wrote:

Doesn't that.... kind of contradict itself?


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Posted 12/15/15

deadscreen wrote:

how does dreaming work in this scenario?


Clearly your dreams become real.
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