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    by , 09-10-2012 at 11:31 AM (617 Views)
    Lucid dream - Monday 10-09-2012 - "Seventeen" - Looking for my bag at a trainstation

    it must've lasted for about 5-10 minutes, as I remember being awake and staring at the alarm clock, thinking to myself that I had to get up soon.

    Sadly, I wasn't able to remember any of the important questions I wanted to ask DCs, but I did end up with an interesting reply.

    Regular = black
    Lucid = blue

    I was with a few friends, and we were riding the train to get to a city (Århus).
    We got off the train, walked up to a cafeteria and got something to eat - afterwards we went towards the exit.
    On the way there, we went past some toilets, I figure they all had to go, since they were gone for the remainder of the dream.
    I put down my bag, but after a while of waiting I decided to go on and wait near the exit.

    After a few minutes of walking, I noticed that I had forgotten my bag - which seemingly surprised me into becoming lucid.
    I figured I'd try my hand at summoning - I held out my hands and 'wished' for the bag to appear. A bag came flying into my hands, one very similar to
    my old school-bag, but the colors were slightly off. I gave it another shot, but with the same results.
    I went towards an open indoor-plaza, where I saw two men searching through luggage - figuring my bag might be amongst them, I started
    picking bags up and slinging them around through telekinesis, until I spotted a DC. (Not sure why I didn't consider talking to the luggage-men)
    She was an employee at what appeared to be an info-booth, I went up to her and figured I'd talk to her (It's been my goal for long to talk to a DC).

    "Excuse me? Miss?" She looked at me.
    Suddenly I got the idea of asking her a rather strange question, hoping for an interesting reply.
    "What is the name of this dream?"
    She replied "Seventeen" - which kind of caught me by surprised...
    "Huh..? Seventeen? How can that be true, what kind of system(naming convention) is that?" I was quite confused at her answer. >_<
    "Well, you didn't ask me anything personal" She replied in a sort of cheeky voice, hinting that she didn't HAVE to tell me the truth if it wasn't something personal.
    I thought to myself, alright then!
    "What color are your panties?" Not sure why that was the first 'personal question' that popped into mind, but yea...
    She replied "Purple" - needless to say, I didn't actually check...

    I turned around, where I spooted two girls, they looked kind of similar but for some reason one of them stood out to me as being really pretty.
    I went towards them and as I approached, one of them turned around to leave (It didn't seem related to the fact that I was moving towards them).
    I hurried over there and grabbed her arm, turned her around and said "Hi" - she seemed sort of startled, but she replied with a "Hi" nonetheless.
    After I turned her around, I couldn't think of anything to say, so I ended up staring at her for a while, then let her go and said
    "I'll just go grab my bag, if you're still around when I get back..." - I didn't have time to finish my sentence, as she was already leaving towards the exit.
    I turned to the other girl (The really pretty one), who had just been watching curiously and said "I guess I had that coming..." and smiled.
    She laughed.

    I then went back to the luggagecart, checked through some of the bags and in the back I found one that looked exactly like mine.
    I was a bit surprised, since it wasn't the bag I had 'thought of' when I tried summoning it - I looked at it for a while.
    At that point, my alarmclock rang.

    Funny 'coincidence' - though it might be overthinking it - the whole 'plaza scene' was kind of airport-like, and it just so happens that I was 17 the first time I went to an airport/took a flight somewhere.

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