Sometimes I have weird dreams.

I had a dream last night that I was at a wedding and the minister was going on and on and screaming louder and louder.  She started speaking in tongues, and she started floating.  The best man started screaming “Sieg Heil!” and doing the Nazi salute — and then he saluted over her and hit the string that was making her “fly.”  She started rocking back and forth on her string and everyone started laughing because she was faking the whole thing.  Then I woke up.


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8 thoughts on “Sometimes I have weird dreams.”

  1. Last night I dreamed that I got into an insult fight with a bitchy-looking girl. For some reason, the only actual line I remember is “I’ve always thought you were a whorey cunt, Greta.” Then I started picking up diamonds off the street and forgot about her.

  2. Who hasn’t had that dream?

    My dreams are usually semi-plausible, so when I wake up I briefly believe that they’ve happened and it takes a second to work out the truth.

  3. I once had a very vivid dream, where I was an electron in a carbon atom. Probably a carbon atom in a molecule in one of Hitler’s fingernails, now that I think about it.

  4. To attend a wedding in your dream symbolizes a new beginning or transition in your current life. A wedding reflects your issues about commitment and independence. Alternatively, your wedding dream refers to feelings of bitterness, sorrow, or death. Such dreams are often negative and highlight some anxiety or fear.

    If the dream has negative overtones, then the minister may be a symbol of repressed thoughts and feelings.

    To hear a foreign language in your dream indicates a message from your subconscious that you do not yet understand.

    To see a Nazi in your dream represents an evil and merciless force that cannot be reasoned with. You feel that others are putting you down. If you are a Nazi sympathizer, then the dream has the opposite significance.

    You’re welcome.

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