(ORIGINAL ENTRY DATE: 30 AUGUST 2015)
Had a particularly disconcerting dream where I lost my virginity to a Russian first cousin named Sonja.
I must have been an inglorious lover, 'cause she turned out to be a vindictive witch -- literally. She conjured vicious mountain lions up before me and caused the local clinic doctors to be dangerously unsanitary.
Suffice to say, I enjoyed the first half of the dream. The second, not so much.
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(ORIGINAL ENTRY DATE: 2 DECEMBER 2015)
Had a peculiar dream wherein I was a character in a horror film.
If I recall the sequence of events correctly, my reluctant werewolf ex-lover betrayed me to her extended family of loup-garou. They promptly slaughtered me.
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(ORIGINAL ENTRY DATE: 14 DECEMBER 2015)
A word to the wise: Don't stay up to 8:00 AM. If you do, you're liable to have nightmares about being strangled by a putrescent, undead Patrick Bateman.
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(ORIGINAL ENTRY DATE: 4 MAY 2016)
Was woken this morning by a somewhat disturbing dream.
In my dream, after having jets of rancid rainwater wash over my face from my leaky bedroom ceiling,
more of the ceiling caved in, revealing giant yellow jacket nests in the rafters above.
(And I don't just mean that the nests were gigantic; the wasps themselves were supersized.)
I think my subconscious is trying to tell me that I utterly loathe my bedroom and yellow jackets.
(Why it bothered, I'll never know. I was already consciously aware of my hatred for both.)
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(ORIGINAL ENTRY DATE: 15 MAY 2016)
Dreamt that a young Michael Jackson
(Okay, not this young.)
and Heather Langenkamp
starred in a movie together, playing lovers caught in a Romeo & Juliet-type situation. The dream/movie even came complete with a version of Jackson's "Leave Me Alone" music video co-starring Ms. Langenkamp.
(A more involving part, I'm sure, than the one she had in this video.)
Clancy Brown was cast as the main villain,
with Jack Purvis and a dwarf version of Jean Smart in supporting roles.
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(ORIGINAL ENTRY DATE: 12 JUNE 2016)
Dreamt a dream wherein I was a teenage student in a high school science class. Giorgio Tsoukalos was brought in as a guest speaker.
(Oddly enough, his hair was combed and neat.)