wants a cracker
- Dec 9, 2006
I tend to dream lucid quite often since I've started looking into psychonautics. Also nightmares and dreams in general affect me much less then before.
Double jumping makes perfect sense, because I am a talking raccoon with a cane and a paraglider or a tiny purple dragon with under-formed wings.I am very curious to meet the first person who thought double jumping made any sense. at all.
While we're on the subject of video-game-induced dreams, I remember another one from when I was pretty young. I was basically in a Pokemon game, with all of my friends of the time. We were running from something, don't know what, when we came up to waterfront. It was a dark and stormy night (literally), and a giant Rhydon rose up out of the water with some random guy on his back and just slowly walked away out into the ocean.
That's all I remember, probably triggered when I learned that Rhydon can use Surf.
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Which is odd for a rock/ground type, he is supposed to be quadruple weak to water /vgnerd
And you should see the moveset options in the DS games, it's freaking evil. OH HEY A LUXRAY, THAT IS ELECTRIC I WILL SEND OUT THIS GROUND TYPE
"luxray used icefang! it's super effective!
Fixed that for ya[define word="life"]don't you just hate when you don't dream anything, i mean anything and you wake up the following morning and you are angry because you just blinked and the entire night passed and you don't feel rested in any way[/define]
When I was about 6 years old I had nightmares almost every night. Then one night in the dream I discovered I would wake up when I moved my eyes to the extreme left or right.I tend to dream lucid quite often since I've started looking into psychonautics. Also nightmares and dreams in general affect me much less then before.
Those are worse than nightmares!Has anyone ever had that dream where they were at work, but nothing unusual happens, just a regular day at work? That's happened to me a few times, and I hate it, for 2 reasons: 1, I'm dreaming and can do anything, so why dream about work; and 2, it always feels like I worked an extra day and throws my whole work week out of order.
I've have those a lot, most of the times they occur in the time frame of around three weeks or so. The real life part occurs when I'm starting to do the thing I dreamt, then I remember and try to predict what happens next, I can't but then around one or two seconds later, the second part of the Deja Vu plays out and I remember the dream.I hate having Deja Vu Dreams, where i do something in my Dream, then i will do it in awake. Like on the computer for example, in the dream, i would be looking at a specific site i've never been on before. Then while awake sometime on the future, i would be on that site, in the exact same way i was in the dream.
I'm not a very remembering type of person, so i usually foget buckets of stuff, but i allways seem to remember those specific Deja Vu Dreams, and when im doing that activity awake.