Dreams. I'm really glad you guys liked my previous post. this time I decided to make something less paranormal and scary. hopefully you'll like this one too. I  dreaming dreams Lucid dreaming dream paralysis Scary midget orgy
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I'm really glad you guys liked my previous post. this time I decided to make something less paranormal and scary. hopefully you'll like this one too. I was thinking about posting about bizarre mental disorder cases. there are some really ****** up ones that I think you guise would find interesting. let me know what you think in the comments.

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User avatar #30 - seapuss (03/18/2014) [+] (9 replies)
I doubt that my dreams are allowed on youtube
#3 - zzznopezzz (03/18/2014) [+] (2 replies)
You said this was about combs.
#13 - aaronventura (03/18/2014) [+] (71 replies)

Sleep paralysis is ******* terrifying. The whole 'Demon on your chest' thing, completely ******* legit. Most of the time my sleep paralysis includes family members being ripped apart on my bed by demons and I have no ******* clue why. Huge feeling of helplessness and a massive weight on your chest, usually accompanied by demons and big bug eyed monsters lying on my chest. I know they aren't real but when those ******* are breathing on your neck you don't have any idea otherwise.

I have no ******* clue why I get sleep paralysis at all. I've been to psychologists about it and they can't quite put their finger on it either. Trust me when I say this, sleep paralysis is very ******* real and very ******* scary.

I've been struggling with it on and off for about 5 years now, nothing seems to do the trick with regards to getting rid of it permanently

In saying that, I have a few little tips to snap yourself out of it if it unfortunately happens to you.

1. Calm the **** down.
- Seriously, it's ******* terrifying but I've found panicking just makes it worse and last longer, try to just take a few deep breaths if you can and relax yourself, you should snap out of it.
2. Wiggle the everloving **** out of your toes and fingers.
- No idea why, but this helps me snap out of it. May not work for you but it reminds me that I can actually move my own body and helps the rest of my body wake up.
3. Imagine running water.
- Again, no idea why, but imagining a tap running or a shower of even pouring a glass of water helps me snap out of it. I get the feeling that it may just be occupying your mind with something else, but I stick with the water thing because it just helps. Also, I'm scared to try anything else in fear of making it worse.

I hope none of you ******* ever deal with it ever, but if you do, I hope those at least help because I'm telling you. It's just so ******* frightening.

Hope it helps.
#36 - alphagex (03/18/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I was once had a sleep paralysis,I saw a demon floating on top of me.
I told him ''I must kill you demons'' he replied ''No John you are the demons''
Then i was a zombie
#43 - hudis (03/18/2014) [+] (4 replies)
#80 - bodasion (03/18/2014) [+] (11 replies)
Nerd moment;

Lots of false information in this post. The post is correct to say that everyone dreams every night, but usually not 4-6 times a night. Usually around 3, maybe only 1 or 2 depending on your individual sleep cycle. The reason for that is that, like the author said later, Stages 1-4 of sleep (non-REM sleep) last about 90 minutes, after which you enter REM sleep, where dreaming occurs. The first REM cycle lasts 10 minutes, the next 20, the next 30, and by then you've already slept for 7 or 8 hours and you've probably woken up. Most people don't sleep the 10+ hours necessary to hit the 4th REM cycle (i.e., the 4th dream). The reason we forget them isn't because they aren't "important," but because you only remember the ones you wake up during (i.e., when you wake up in the middle of a REM cycle, which is when you wake up feeling most alert and ready to go, and the cycle in which you have and can still remember dreams). That's why we usually can't even remember 1 dream a day; most of the time, Stages 1-4 being much longer than an individual REM cycle, we wake up during one of the Stages. Since you don't wake up during the 1st or 2nd REM cycle (or you wouldn't have hit the 3rd), it's virtually impossible to remember the 1st or 2nd dream.

The post also said that all faces we see in our dreams are from the real world. That's usually true, but not always. The human brain is a very powerful and complicated thing; of course it can "create" its own faces if it wants to, even in dreams.

The post also said that neurotransmitters shut down during the REM cycle. It's not only false, it doesn't actually make sense. Neurotransmitters are the chemicals that travel in synapses between neurons (specifically, between dendrites and axon terminals of individual neurons). They can't "shut down" because they don't actually function; they're the result of the function of an actual part of the nervous system.

The rest was true, though.
#98 - shutupsocks (03/18/2014) [+] (3 replies)
the imagination isn't "limitless" if i'm not allowed to imagine new faces of people i've never met
#63 - mistafishy (03/18/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Sleep paralysis happens to me too much...

Am I possessed?
#73 to #63 - grafitblacke (03/18/2014) [-]
With that kind of face, yes
User avatar #208 - HordeyWordey (03/19/2014) [+] (6 replies)
I once had a lucid dream. Literally the moment I realized it, boom.
I started sucking my own dick.
User avatar #190 - scotlandhome (03/19/2014) [+] (11 replies)
Once, back when i was in highschool, i remember waking up in the middle of the night. My room was completely silent except the hum from my dvd player. The only light was the menu of whatever dvd i had fallen asleep during. My eyes were able to open and move, but my body seems to be locked down to my bed. My eyes were able to move so i glanced down to the foot of my bed. Standing there, in front of my tv, was a shadow. Tall and alien-like in shape. I tried to shout for help, calling for anyone, only a shrill whisper would escape. As panic set in deeper the shadow's arms began to raise up and it's shoulders rise. With every bit of strength in my body I pushed up, trying to detach myself from my bed. The shadow grew larger, and it's arms raised higher and began to reach over my bed, towards me. Finally, with everything i had in me, my body was able to lift, i flew forward as if i was in a car crash, and my head came crashing down back to my bed. This exact incident has happened three times since then. Every time that it's happened I've looked at my clock. Each time was 3:30 a.m.
#193 - sprites (03/19/2014) [-]
this about sums it up for me :I
this about sums it up for me :I
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User avatar #225 - demandsgayversion (03/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Dreaming is your mind strengthening the neurons you created or used the day before. These neurons, when fired in the proper combination and order, create the memory of the previous day. But when dreaming, they fire in random order - just a strengthening exercise. Our brain interprets this as if remembering something, and thus dreams happen. This is why dreams always involve recent topics - they're only using the neurons you created or used since the last time you slept. The reason you can't remember dreams when waking up is that the memory of the dream and the memory of the previous day use the exact same neurons, just firing in a different order. In order to remember a dream, most people write it down - this creates an entirely new memory of you remembering the dream, giving it it's own memory space.
User avatar #226 to #225 - demandsgayversion (03/19/2014) [-]
I made all this up!
#184 - warlordstuart ONLINE (03/18/2014) [+] (3 replies)
>Be me
>Junior in college. Methods course for teaching.
>Working night shift at factory on Mondays and Fridays
>Tuesdays were terrible. Teach on Mondays, then go to work then teach tuesday
>Married with daughter
>Wife has hot short friend we call Fun Size over on ocassion to shop and stuff.
>This particular week, i also worked Sunday.
>Now Tuesday, been awake since Sunday.
>I get home. Wife tells me Fun Size was over.
>I've been gone for 2.5 days and they were talking about sex.
>wait for daughter to nap.
>I go nap, been awake too long.
>tells me to sleep naked and she will wake me up with surprise.
************** !
>wake up later, Fun Size and Wife walk into room.
>Wife comes to me and kisses me while Fun Size sucks me off.
>feels good.
>really good.
>sooooo good.

I wake up

Wife is playing pokemon at the desk. "oh hey, you're up. sleep well?" MFW
#180 - klokwork (03/18/2014) [-]
>Be dreaming   
>I'm just walking, end up realizing somehow that I'm dreaming.   
>I get all excited about lucid dreaming   
>Get super pissed off because tomorrows Tuesday and i have to go to school   
>Spend entire night bitching about not having enough time to enjoy myself.   
>Wake Up   
>MFW I realize its Saturday.
>Be dreaming
>I'm just walking, end up realizing somehow that I'm dreaming.
>I get all excited about lucid dreaming
>Get super pissed off because tomorrows Tuesday and i have to go to school
>Spend entire night bitching about not having enough time to enjoy myself.
>Wake Up
>MFW I realize its Saturday.
User avatar #65 - maxismahname ONLINE (03/18/2014) [+] (3 replies)
A couple days ago I had the most horrifying dream of my life, I woke up in tears and could not stop shaking. Here goes.
I don't really remember the beginning but I think I was filming something, with a 30 year old normal guy, and an amputee (All limbs removed). This was pretty weird, and it was in my house, but in the dream I thought it was normal. I went to the bathroom for something, but my house had this weird atmosphere, the walls were yellow and peeling, and it was just weird. But again, it was normal. I came out of the bathroom, and saw the amputee standing facing the window (Don't ask how I have no ******* idea). She had long, blonde, dirty hair and was naked (No butt or vag) and the guy was standing near my bedroom door facing me (Btw this was in my living room, which is like half the size of my apartment, and we were standing on opposite sides of it), and for some reason I assumed they were going to murder me. I instantly grabbed a baseball bat out of somewhere and killed the **** out of the dude. I smashed his head in, and threw him out somewhere. I was not phased by this. Then I beat the **** out of the amputee, and threw her in a sack and hung it in my closet. I instantly realized "What the **** " and ran to the bathroom to wash my hands, trying to avoid the gaze of the dead body. I went around the house gathering all my stuff. Most importantly my PS3. I went to the bathroom again for some reason, and heard a soft crying coming from my closet. I went with my baseball bat over there, and beat the **** out of the sack. I felt horrible, I wanted to put her out of her misery. I went to gather more stuff, and I had to decide where to go next. I heard more crying. I opened the sack and the amputee turned into my 7 year old brother. I broke down and started crying. He said in a soft, innocent voice, "Max, can you take me out please?" I took out his decapitated head, and he was still alive. (Continued in next comment)
#501 - honeybrew (03/19/2014) [+] (8 replies)
I had sleep paralysis once.

>Frozen solid laying like a stick in my bed
>Screaming old lady with demonic eyes and a mouth held me with the strenght of a million men.
> I could not move, at all.

******* terrifying/10 Would not do again.
#427 - mjdjoy (03/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
If people watched my dreams on Youtube
#307 - cactusphalus (03/19/2014) [-]
midget orgy, here I come
#55 - kanatana (03/18/2014) [+] (1 reply)
**kanatana rolled a random image posted in comment #942499 at Friendly ** I try not to dream. My head isn't a pleasant place to be.
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