Dreams. Dreams are like chickens, they swim like a plate of cookies and burn like a used oven... everybody dream.... ugh Dreams are like chickens they swim a plate of cookies and burn used oven everybody dream ugh
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #28 - kevinipples
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what is a precognitive dream?
User avatar #132 to #28 - dfgthree
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Have you ever had a dream about something and it came true? That is a precognitive dream. It's happened to me quite often, in fact nearly every time I have a dream that my ex girlfriend is hanging out with me, my ex girlfriend will get a hold of me that day and want to hang out. It's pretty neat. Also couldn't get past a boss in Hercules when I was a kid and learned how to beat it in my dream.
User avatar #175 to #28 - danster
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Ever watched Minority Report? The things that saw the future were called precogs.
#176 to #28 - anon id: d337fb79
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Looking into the future maybe. Also you're name is glorious.
#31 to #28 - quantumloli
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I believe it's a dream where you "see into the future".
#72 to #28 - choelzler
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Precognition, also called future sight and second sight is a type of extrasensory perception that would involve the acquisition or effect of future information that cannot be deduced from presently available and normally acquired sense-based information!



source; Wikipedia
User avatar #30 to #28 - paronix
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I knew someone was going to ask that question

please please understand the joke
#35 to #30 - theblondefetus
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#86 to #30 - thatonesouthernkid
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#127 to #30 - hueman
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User avatar #152 to #30 - paronix
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I had no idea people would find it this funny o.o

I love all of you
User avatar #1 - JJTF
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The one about faces is false.
User avatar #164 to #1 - erethilful
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When I've seen new people on my dream they have no head or faces.. Their body is just what I remember, and sometimes it's correct size.. Then after I get the dejavú and then I'm like "Hey I've seen that guy before.."
User avatar #74 to #1 - guywithafork
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Dreaming is the biological act of merging your Short term memory with your long term memory. When merging many images pass through your mind, images of the far past and images of very recent happenings. Those two categories are combined to convert what you learned today and what you still remember from that day, into long term storage. If you learn something in the morning and forget about it by afternoon, chances are you will forget about it. That is why reminding yourself about something you need to do before you go to bed, and you will remember it for a long while works.

Source(s): The Book "Everybody Has Those Thoughts, it doesn't mean you're gay"
User avatar #2 to #1 - primerpower
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The one about orgasm, is true.
User avatar #5 to #2 - Silver Quantum
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sure is. when i was 13 i had a dream about porn. woke up with jizz in my underwear
User avatar #3 to #2 - ahndeh
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the one about blind people, well i really dont know to be quite honest....
User avatar #6 to #3 - magmon
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I watched a youtube video where a blind guy described dreaming. He said they contain the senses he has, and he doesn't "see" anything because he doesn't know what seeing is like.
User avatar #4 to #1 - fireyvoidence
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It's actually true. While sleeping, your brain cannot just create new people, new faces, etc. You may not remember the face, but you have seen it before, and your subconcious remembered it.
User avatar #156 to #4 - mcderper
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So then if blind people dream but you can only dream of things you've seen, do they just dream about blackness? I don't get it.
User avatar #174 to #156 - fireyvoidence
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Blind people don't live in absolute ignorance of what the world around them is like. It's not like they have absolutely no idea what their surroundings are. They can basically memorize the outlines of everything. Imagine an old computer simulator, with nothing but blackness and white lines to simulate 3D objects. That's what I assume it would be like. They can dream about places such as their house since they know exactly what/where everything is. In fact, dreams allow blind people to... well.. 'see' the world they live in due to the fact that visuals in dreams have nothing to due with your eyes.

As for your question directly, you don't necessarily have to dream about things you've seen, but the brain is unable to muster enough energy to create detailed images such as faces. So blind people can dream about the world they live in, but they cannot generate specific details that are be limited to people with sight (i.e. watch faces, book covers, paintings). This is why staring intensively at watch faces and book covers helps you recognize when you are dreaming to allow for lucid dreams.
#57 to #4 - anon id: 91a8972b
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It's a myth that's been passed around as fact.
#25 to #4 - anon id: e5f44d41
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so it can create somthing you never see before but cant create faces ? that make no sense
User avatar #29 to #25 - mrtwilightsparkle
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Faces require a whole lot more detail than most things. It may not seem like much, but the brain power needed to generate a face would be monumental and would easily be a dream by itself.
User avatar #12 to #4 - gunni
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But your brain can mix up people's faces.
User avatar #14 to #4 - kikisu
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So the giant spiders I had a nightmare about, I've seen them somewhere? I really doubt that. People have such gifted imaginations I highly doubt we can't imagine in our sleep.
User avatar #16 to #14 - fireyvoidence
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Are you saying you've never seen a spider before?
User avatar #18 to #16 - kikisu
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Yeah but never that huge. And if I can imagine the spider being bigger, then what's to say I can't imagine other stuff in my dreams.
User avatar #24 to #18 - dunkleosteus
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That is ******* ridiculous. First of all, our brain cares a lot more about the small details of the human face than we care about near everything else. Your subconcious isn't able to create something that can fool yourself into thinking it's a real human, so every person you dream about is someone you've seen before, even if you just passed them on the street.
#26 to #18 - anon id: 6a605b26
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Are you retarded or something? Dreams don't necessarily mean it's realistic, it's surreal and anything can happen.
#81 to #14 - superduperpuper
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To answer you question correctly: It's only the faces. So you moght or might not have seen those spiders (maybe in a different size), because it has nothing to do with the fact that only the faces are already known. Also even thought the brain can't mix up the features in a human face, things like size can be variated, like when you dream somone is really really big/small, then you still have seen that face, but in a different size.

And now excuse me I have to think about where I've seen that redhead with the cute face I've seen in a dream.
User avatar #13 - phantomprincess
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everybody dream.... ugh
User avatar #114 - dehfurk
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Oh, I'm fully aware that you can orgasm in your dreams.
Fully
AWARE
#131 to #114 - anon id: b18708dc
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I've never had one in my dream, always try to get close but can never finish.
User avatar #141 to #114 - itsdasp
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Nothing like waking up to a mess under the sheets, right?
#32 - thermdiz
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if a person is deaf from birth.. what language do they think in?
#36 to #32 - urumasi
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Oh. My. God...
Oh. My. God...
#43 to #32 - anon id: 26775022
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tjilaz is right. To form meaningful thought without language is impossible thus those born deaf resort to symbolism. Things are given meaning through physical representation thus they think in sign language or whatever equivalent they are taught. This usually has to be done early on in their life or it can seriously stunt their development.
User avatar #40 to #32 - ieatscenekids
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Wouldn't it be the language they read in?
#41 to #40 - thermdiz
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i dont know i dont think in letters
User avatar #62 to #32 - askafj
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I guess they would think in the language they write in.

Why wouldn't you be able to 'hear' your own mind? Nothing to do with your hearing.
#39 to #32 - tjilaz
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sign language
User avatar #100 - holycrapitsadam
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"you can have four to seven dreams in one night"


But not 1 to 3 dreams thats just CRAZY!
User avatar #82 - perfonator
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A friend of mine told me he had a dream where he met an old lady at the bus stop. the lady flashed her tits and she had dicks as nipples.

just wanted to share.
User avatar #104 - popcornisland
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I think most people know the last one.
User avatar #106 to #104 - holyshihtzu
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Never had a wet dream in my life
User avatar #119 to #106 - vissova
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Everytime I have a wet dream and am about to get down and dirty, something happens. Like, I'll be about to lay down on a bed with a woman and then all of a sudden I'm in a plane dressed as a banana.
#129 to #119 - anon id: 939be166
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Same here except i wake up when i start getting hard.
#108 to #106 - snakefire
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I have...
User avatar #107 to #106 - duudegladiator
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Go on a large ass fap off for like a week, then go cold turkey, in the next day to 2 days, Wet Dream Ho!!!!
#111 to #107 - holyshihtzu
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Glad I have the know-how now.
Glad I have the know-how now.
User avatar #116 to #106 - wisdombranch
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not surprising; how often do you masturbate/have sex?
#109 - ugottricked
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i once had a dream i **** my pants and it felt so real i got scared and i had to feel my pants to see if i actually **** them or if it was just a dream
#147 to #109 - anon id: a0d73398
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...so, did you **** them or not?
#182 to #147 - ugottricked
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turns out i didnt but i was feeling my butt for a good 30 seconds half asleep and i was sleeping in the living room so people saw
User avatar #155 to #109 - animationhac
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Ive had a dream were I pee'd.... I pee'd in real life.
#92 - runswithspoon
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last one is definitily true
last one is definitily true