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#41748 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
You post weird dreams you've had, I'll try to psychoanalyze them.
#41926 to #41748 - samxdaxman (09/05/2012) [-]
when i was like 8 or 9, i was in my backyard chilling when some guy made of pretzels(very crude sketch included, imagine him like hes CGI, about 5 and a half feet tall.) came out of nowhere and started punching me(those are boxing gloves). so i fight back for a bit but then figure "fuck this" jumped up and bit his nose off. that pissed him off. after screaming for a bit, his face turned red and he flipped out. i ran inside with him chasing me and stabbed him. then i ate some of him and woke up.
User avatar #41948 to #41926 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Pretzels are symbols of success (don't ask me why, they just are). The fact that a pretzel is personified as an adversary in this dream signifies that your success has become your enemy. Or rather, you have let your success have negative effects on who you are as a person (Such as becoming vain or arrogant). By fighting it and biting its nose off, you are trying not to let it change you, but this doesn't work end you end up running from it. Then when you finally kill it, you try to eat it. But you can't feed off your own success, man. That's vanity. Pride. You just did the very thing you were trying to avoid.

So evidently, you had changed because of some recent victory or triumph, and now you're feeling kind of full of yourself because if it.
User avatar #41953 to #41948 - samxdaxman (09/05/2012) [-]
well that was a while ago. at that age, i was still doing tae kwon do so maybe i considered myself a ninja. i havent had any major victories recently so i dont think im still fighting success.
also, i know you said not to ask, but how the fuck is a pretzel a symbol of success? i asked my mom whos into psychology and she said since pretzels are stiff, im fighting inflexibility. which would make more sense since the girl i like is constantly busy, therefore her schedule is inflexible.
User avatar #41959 to #41953 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
True, but I don't see how they could represent stiffness, seeing as the most common image of a pretzel is a twisty, contorted one. By that logic they should represent the opposite of stiffness.

And I don't really know the reason why. When I don't know a dream element, I google it. And what I found for pretzels was that they represent success. But I'll get a second opinion and get back to you.
User avatar #41960 to #41959 - samxdaxman (09/05/2012) [-]
alright. i dont really see a pretzel as successful at all. and he was the stick type of pretzel, not the twisty kind. if you try to bend those they snap.
User avatar #41925 to #41748 - purpleladybugs (09/05/2012) [-]
>Sitting in math class
>Scratch my lip
>Look at hand, there's blood. A lot.
>I try to feel where I'm bleeding in my mouth.
>Teeth start coming out of my mouth rapidly, like 100 a minute.
Wake up.
This has happened a couple times, but they're all a little different.
User avatar #41944 to #41925 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Teeth falling out is one of the most common dream elements. It means fear of embarrassment or ridicule. You are afraid that something new or different about your appearance or personality will provoke your peers to laugh at you or ostracize you.
User avatar #41945 to #41944 - purpleladybugs (09/05/2012) [-]
Makes sense.
User avatar #41882 to #41748 - thelonelyfeel (09/05/2012) [-]
I had a dream that I bought the house next door and took the trash out and then realized I was dreaming because the house isn't for sale yet so I woke up.
User avatar #41943 to #41882 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
The house represents something you want enthusiastically, but you can't have yet. Taking out the trash signifies the removal of undesired qualities, making it personal to you. Right now, the thing you want is not yours, and so it has not been prepared for you. But you're very eager to get it and make it your own.
User avatar #41956 to #41943 - thelonelyfeel (09/05/2012) [-]
Damn...you are good XD I have been wanting that house like a mother fucker but can't get it until I get a job which I have an interview friday.
The undesired qualities are all my physical limitations (lots of spinal injuries and diseases and shit)
I will be saving my money from this job to buy the house (which won't take long since this is the ghetto)
User avatar #41957 to #41956 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Well then, best of luck to you sir.
User avatar #41996 to #41957 - thelonelyfeel (09/06/2012) [-]
Why thank you
User avatar #41846 to #41748 - whereistherumgone (09/05/2012) [-]
>I'm at home
>On my street, instead of a road, there's canals like in venice.
>I can see all the way down the street and there are weird structures connected to all the houses
>One of my closest friends is outside holding a reel of string, winding it around the weird structures, she then runs off into the night
>I go outside, standing at the perfect angle for the string she's set up around the structures to line up and create the word 'paedophia'
>I know my friend's left for good, so in panic i follow her, zip-wiring across the street
>It's now daylight and I come to a huge golden hill with pools of water everywhere, I run to the top
>Looking down on the valley there's snow everywhere, i see my friend's tracks, follow them to the top of another mountain
>See my friend skipping along far in the distance, she's accompanied by a small flying sprite and a little skipping dude with a lion's main made out of red and gold feathers
>run towards her, she turns around and shouts my name, tells me how she's found a new world full of people like the sprites and she's become their queen
>She's had a kid or something, a girl about 6 and worshiped by the people, she's had her own roller-coaster made for her
>I watch her on her roller-coaster, it goes up and down over various hills and then comes to a dip where it suddenly stops
>My view suddenly switches to under water; i can see the girl and her assistants catapulted into the water
>The girl is now shaped like a grub, she begins to swim upwards
>As the grub swims upwards she starts to grow legs and wings
User avatar #41863 to #41846 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Home is a safe haven. it's where you're supposed to be.
The canals were probably rivers or streams. Were they flowing? A body of water that streams in one direction represents time. You're home is surrounded by them because time is inescapable.
"Paedophilia" is what connects all the houses. You're neighborhood is a place of danger to children or young people.
The paedophilia is centered around this female friend of yours, who then disappears. Your brain think she is in danger, and she is running from you, because you believe you are the cause of the danger. But in spite of this, you can't let her go, so you follow her. You zipline because ziplining is dangerous, but you are willing to put yourself into dangerous situations to chase after this friend.
The golden hill represents knowledge. It is awareness and forethought, from which you can see (or rather, know) everything you need to. The pools of water are mysteries, things you don't know. That's why you go to the top of the hill: To escape your ignorance and know something.
Snow in the valley is anticipation of failure in your future endeavors. You know you shouldn't continue, but you keep following you're friend anyway.
It is atop the second hill that you see that she is now in her little kingdom. The dude she is with is her lover. He won her, and he is now her king, which is why he wears the lion's mane. She is the queen of her own little world now, a world which you are not a part of. You have been outcast, thrown into the water to become just another fish in the sea, as it were.
It is from this outside view that you are witness to her transformation from the innocent girl you were once friends with to the beautiful adult she has now become.

I'm going to put my final translation in the next comment. It will be much more concise than this, lol.
User avatar #41864 to #41863 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Okay, here goes.

You are in love with this girl, and you believe she is in danger of ending up with someone who will mistreat her. That's while the whole neighborhood was marked as paedophiles. You desire to be with her yourself, but something is preventing you from having that kind of relationship with her. What that is, I don't know. But you love her nonetheless, and so you continually try to find ways to be with her, in spite of the knowledge that it can never be. In the end, you discover that she has found her soul mate, who has made her the queen of his world. Her daughter isn't actually her daughter, but a representation of hope for love to come. You watch your friend grow up and live happily until she flies away for the last time. The little girl smiling is a message that you shouldn't give up hope, because you will find your water fly one day.
User avatar #41951 to #41864 - whereistherumgone (09/05/2012) [-]
Interesting, interesting, though I have to disagree with the whole being in love with my friend, I'm a girl and I'm straight :|
User avatar #41952 to #41951 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Easily adaptable. Often times friends part ways at this stage of their lives, especially when one of them becomes involved with a romantic partner, and you naturally fear losing your friendship with her.
User avatar #41848 to #41846 - whereistherumgone (09/05/2012) [-]
>My view slowly zooms out to reveal it's in a tank made out of different segments; each one representing a different part of the grub's development as it swims upwards through it.
>View zooms out even more to reveal the same little girl in an orange dress standing behind the tank; she's watching the grub rise and pouring food into the water.
>The grub; now a fully grown water fly with iridescent wings has reached the top of the water and sits on the surface
> The little girl smiles, and the fly flies away
>I wake up
>Dream had it's own soundtrack and everything

Explain this shit :|
User avatar #41858 to #41848 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
I think your brain is telling you that shrooms are very, very dangerous. Also, you should write an anime.

But seriously, give me a moment.
User avatar #41860 to #41858 - whereistherumgone (09/05/2012) [-]
Heheheh maybe I'll give it a try some time.
User avatar #41792 to #41748 - Noah (09/05/2012) [-]
Alright, this should qualify I guess.
I was standing in a huge field under a tree with a beautiful girl.
Off in the distance I could see a big city (Think Chicago or LA)
The weird thing was that the city was all burning, the sky had a reddish tint, the wind was carrying a lot of ashes, and I could hear the sounds of panic way off in the distance.
As I was noticing this, the girl kissed me and I felt completely relaxed, but I can't even really think of what she looked like, just that I was very attracted to her and felt safe with her.
User avatar #41809 to #41792 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
The city represents chaos. The field is a safe haven. A place you have invented to escape the stresses of every day life. The girl is a personification of hope and promise. You might have to return to the city (real life) but the girl will always be with you, giving you something to hold onto even in the worst of times.
User avatar #41810 to #41809 - Noah (09/05/2012) [-]
Well that's comforting.
Too bad I'm forever alone.
User avatar #41812 to #41810 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
That's why hop took on the form of a girl. You feel alone and so it presented itself as that which you are striving for. It's a sign that you should find that special someone to love who gives you a reason to live.
User avatar #41815 to #41812 - Noah (09/05/2012) [-]
Well that makes sense.
Damn, that's a somewhat depressing analysis.
User avatar #41819 to #41815 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
The emotional quality of the analysis is dependent on what you choose to do with the information. If you just want to accept it at face value, then it's not that much. But if I were you I would use it as a motivator. You're brain is clearly giving you a reason to keep pushing on. Why not take your own subconscious advice?
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User avatar #41782 to #41776 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Hang on I'm having multiple conversations at once. My apologies.
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User avatar #41797 to #41769 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
As I pointed out to one of the other guys, dreams we have at very early ages tend to be simpler in meaning and complexity because our brains aren't mature enough to conceive of deeper meaning. So the first dream you described would probably have very shallow meaning. You probably watched a cartoon or something and later had a dream about being in that world.

Corridors are often a symbol for being lost or in need of guidance in your life, and your mother visited you because mothers represent safety and security, which you needed because you were lost. The downward stairs often mean you're coming to a conclusion or revelation. The ground floor would represent that revelation, but in your case they don't end, which implies you feel like you'll be lost forever. This reinforces the corridor part of the dream, but because you've transitioned to the stairs it suggests that you feel yourself getting closer to a conclusion, but you're still not quite there yet. And the dogs could either represent your fear of someone trying to persecute you, or they could be your own animalistic instincts that you're trying to repress.

I'll get to the other one in a moment. Hope this helps.
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User avatar #41806 to #41799 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Thanks. But I'm struggling with the last one. The best I can come up with is this.

Smurfs represent peace and innocence. TYB represents depravity and lust. So somehow these two ideas have combined, and are trying to use very weak forms of fire to reach you. Fire is a representation of passion, and it's intensity symbolizes how strongly you feel about something. The matches produce small flames which extinguish quickly, which implies that whatever this hybrid feeling is, it's hardly even trying to attain its goal, and is therefore not being taken very seriously, regardless of whether it's a good feeling or a bad one.
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User avatar #41811 to #41808 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Lol, good night.
User avatar #41766 to #41748 - spawnconnery (09/05/2012) [-]
I had a dream where I was for some odd reason, pretending to have sex with a fat kid. I don't know why.
User avatar #41774 to #41766 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Can you be more specific? Were you just imagining a fat kid or was there a fat kid and you were behind them, pretending to have sex like that gif of the girl strutting down the sidewalk and then getting behind the businessman and pretending to fuck him?
User avatar #41775 to #41774 - spawnconnery (09/05/2012) [-]
We were on a hill in a city, a steep ass one you'd see in San Francisco, and nah we were kinda just lying on top of each other, I remember the intention was sex imitation. It was a dream from a couple years ago, I never figured it out.
User avatar #41777 to #41775 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Was it a guy or a girl?
User avatar #41780 to #41777 - spawnconnery (09/05/2012) [-]
It was a dude. I'm a dude so after the dream I just sat there thinking "What in the fucking fuck?"
User avatar #41790 to #41780 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Yea...I figured. San Francisco is renowned for its homosexual population. The steep hills could either be indicative that it was in fact San Fran, or that you may be on the verge of traveling very fast down a specific path in your life. Either way, gay fits.

The fact that the kid was overweight, however, suggest that he is a manifestation of your own insecurities. I notice you refer to him as a kid rather than a guy, implying youth. So, this could be a representation of your own inner child, who is self-conscious about himself, probably from having an awkward childhood. The "sex" in this dream could be symbolic of "marriage". But not like two people getting married, I mean "marriage" in the sense of intimate union. You are becoming one with your inner child, creating a being with elements of who you are now and who you were then. And the steep hill represents the path you are taking to becoming that new person.

But the fact that you never went down the hill seems anticlimactic, which leads me to believe that you woke up before the dream was finished. If it had finished, my guess would be that you would roll down the hill, and by the time you reached the bottom, you would either be having sex with the kid (not pretending, actually having sex) or you would have fully fused together.
User avatar #41826 to #41790 - spawnconnery (09/05/2012) [-]
Well that all sounds accurate. Since then I have had no similar dreams, no homosexual thoughts and am in better shape. Perhaps I was sure in my insecurity that I as a chubby kid would never have a relationship with a female due to the same things causing my insecurity (in this case, being kinda fat), and thought I had no choice but to be a homosexual. Huh. You are quite deductive, are you researching psychology?
User avatar #41828 to #41826 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Not really. I took one psych class in college, but I wouldn't even count that. I just get dreams.
User avatar #41831 to #41828 - spawnconnery (09/05/2012) [-]
And these dreams are relevant enough to your life that you have become fairly versed in reading them?
User avatar #41832 to #41831 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Not the dreams themselves, the elements within them. Notice how I didn't just jump right into what your dream meant, first I broke it down into its elements. The hill. The overweight kid. The sex. All fairly common things that appear in dreams. Each has its own meaning, and when you analyze the meaning of each individual element first, then it becomes easier to string them all together afterward.
User avatar #41835 to #41832 - spawnconnery (09/05/2012) [-]
Well either way it's a good skill to possess.
User avatar #41836 to #41835 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Agreed. My dad is really good at it. Better than me. I probably got my skills from him.
User avatar #41840 to #41836 - spawnconnery (09/05/2012) [-]
Quite a nice thing to inherit, I inherited a tremor in my hands that I get whenever I get angry or excited. Makes it look like I'm scared, not a great thing to have. It also makes my muscles harder to control. Anyways, perhaps I'll share another dream with you sometime.
User avatar #41843 to #41840 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
If it helps, you could always clench your fist and make it look like you're trying your hardest to not hit the person who's making you angry. Then you look feral instead of fearful.
User avatar #41855 to #41843 - spawnconnery (09/05/2012) [-]
It'll always be too late for me to do that, for even if I don't have a reason, I don't hesitate.
User avatar #41762 to #41748 - esgrimidor (09/05/2012) [-]
I had a vivid dream a few years back about going to war. It actually kind of disturbs me how little substance it had behind it because all I remember was the worst parts. But anyway, what I remember from start to finish was that I was in a generic Arab looking city somewhere. I was in a Marine uniform, and for some reason I was a black guy. Anyway I could hear gunshots in the background and I knew it was an open battle. I entered a house and a man popped out of a closet with a gun pointed at me, but I shot him first. I ran outside and my memory gets fuzzy there, but I remember the ending, where several enemies drove towards me in an open jeep, firing at me, but again I crouched and killed them before they got me. I remember feeling a pang of guilt as I watched them fall out. Then I woke up. I'm kinda scared of myself.
User avatar #41764 to #41762 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
That's intriguing. Do you remember the circumstances of your real life that were occurring at the time of the dream?
User avatar #41767 to #41764 - esgrimidor (09/05/2012) [-]
I can't tie any specific events to that time, but I suppose you could say I didn't have my thoughts quite as in order as I do today. I was kind trying in vain to figure myself out.
User avatar #41770 to #41767 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Identity crisis would explain why you're black in the dream. And everyone is shooting at you because you feel like an alien who doesn't belong and no one accepts you. And the Middle Eastern setting is just a convenient context for it because war is how our brains visualize social conflict.
User avatar #41772 to #41770 - esgrimidor (09/05/2012) [-]
Shit son, for the period in my life when I had that dream, that pretty much fits the bill.
User avatar #41778 to #41772 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Well there ya go.
User avatar #41758 to #41748 - sadawedsa **User deleted account** (09/05/2012) [-]
Me being a ninja samurai with swords that shot airsoft bullets
User avatar #41761 to #41758 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Ninjas are warriors that hide in the shadows. You are shy but have the potential to be violent. You are waiting for your moment to come out of hiding and reveal your power to your enemies. But you are inhibited. By what, I don't know. But something is stopping you from using full force. That is why the bullets are airsoft. You want to hurt your enemies but not defeat them completely. Perhaps You are like Batman and you don't kill people. Or perhaps it is a manifestation of your lack of confidence: You believe that your mightiest attacks will only do so much damage but won't be good enough.
#41773 to #41761 - sadawedsa **User deleted account** (09/05/2012) [-]
I...I don't even know my true power yet.....thanks
User avatar #41779 to #41773 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
No problem.
User avatar #41759 to #41758 - sadawedsa **User deleted account** (09/05/2012) [-]
at the protector robots from fallout with my fellow ninja samurai
User avatar #41763 to #41759 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
I can't analyze that part. I've never played Fallout and I know nothing about it. Sorry.
User avatar #41752 to #41748 - kabageguy (09/05/2012) [-]
god im a tard, i posted to a comment XD
i sat in my living room for about 20 minutes before a pack of hyenas came in, started heckling and began to eat me. Seems like being 5 was like LSD for me back then....
User avatar #41754 to #41752 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
5 years old? So you probably had just seen Lion King for the first time, yes? The hyenas were an intimidating part of that movie. Probably even more so than Scar. At 5 years old, our dreams tend to be much simpler and less meaningful than the ones we have at more mature ages. So I'm inclined to think you were just frightened by the hyenas in the movie. But if you hadn't seen the movie yet, then there is of course the fact that hyenas are known for their laugh, and you even said they were heckling you in the dream. So that could be a sign of insecurity of low self esteem. The fear of being made fun of and then "eaten alive" by your peers, metaphorically speaking.
User avatar #41755 to #41754 - kabageguy (09/05/2012) [-]
i hadn't seen the lion king at that age, but you are very good at this lol.
User avatar #41756 to #41755 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Lol, dreams are one of the few things I take special interest in.
User avatar #41749 to #41748 - mvainer (09/05/2012) [-]
fucked my friend's gf in a cave in skyrim
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User avatar #41750 to #41749 - jokeface (09/05/2012) [-]
Interesting. Even in the dream world, you felt the need to further separate yourself from reality by escaping into the fantasy world of Skyrim. Then you fucked his girlfriend instead of your own (or if you're single, the girl you're crushing on). That says you're insecure about your own sexual prowess, but jealous of his. You might have latent homosexual feelings for your friend, sir.
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