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Wait... What?Category: Dreams
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
08:50:05 PM (GMT)
I have alot of dreams, but most of my dreams get forgotten the instant I open my
eyes. A couple days ago I had a dream that was actually scarier then it was wierd.
But it was still pretty wierd. Now when I awoke, I forget pretty much all of it. BUT:
I recall this much. 



I was with someone. I'm not certain who. In fact, thier appearence kept changing. I
was in an odd place that apparently was my home. I heard a loud roar... it was very
unique. Not like a lion... if I bug was giant, it was make the kind of sound I heard.
Being stupid, we went to explore it. We went into this scientific lab area, and found
some sort of a headcrab-zombie-scientist in this area, making that wierd roar and
attacking things. Pretty effing scary, and my brain kinda left out whatever lead to
the zombie scientist being a giant alien-like creature that was always in the
distance attacking the city. 

I also for "protection" (bullcrap) had a My Little Pony nail gun that fired nails
that were attached by this giant pinkish thread that make little fences. I used said
gun to fire on the floor and bed in my room and I slept under the giant thread
fences. 

I remember nothing else. 

...

Ya it started out a Sci-Fi horror nightmare and became a frilly MLP wtf dream. 

...

Someone help me.


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