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    Tomodachi

    by , 08-31-2016 at 10:47 PM (391 Views)
    This morning's recollections come to you in two flavors: Creepy and sweet.
    I was in a haunted house of some sort. It looked kind of like my old house a few years back, with certain rooms being pretty much picture-perfect recreations. Most of this dream is a blurry haze to me, but what I do recall is going into the bathroom. All seemed to be normal in there, but the light switch wasn't working. I shrugged and started to head out of the bathroom, but heard a sort of sinister laugh behind me. I turned, and the entire bathtub was filled with this huge pile of towels. The pile was so huge that they were spilling out onto the floor. While this may sound really random and silly (and it is), my dream self was deeply unnerved and bothered by it. I slowly stepped towards the towels, but as I did, I heard a small hissing noise around me, as if the room was filling with some sort of gas. Before I knew it, I passed out and all went dark. The spooks are real. Piles of towels. Everybody's worst nightmare, really.
    Now for sweet.
    I was in a large school building that was eerily similar to my elementary school, but 5x larger and it housed college kids instead of being an elementary school. It was here that I met two Japanese friends. Sadly, I can't recall their names (it's pretty hard for me to remember DC names for some reason), but there was one boy and one girl. The boy, strangely, looked similar to Watari from Your Lie in April if you've ever seen that anime. Meanwhile, the girl didn't really look like anyone in particular. She had long, jet black hair, and a fiery air about her. Both of them hit it off with me right away, and a lot of the dream was spent hanging out with them in various parts of the school, just talking or doing random, fun things. Later on in the dream, when we were sitting by the big wall beside the stairs, I began to grow sour, as I realized I would have to go home soon. I explained it to them, and they both acted very understanding, trying to console me and saying that I'll see them again. When it came time for me to go, I headed out into the parking lot, found a bus (which had a lot of my old high school classmates on it), and rode homewards, the environments and dream scenes all looking exactly like real life, but with an ever present gray sky and a lot less busses. Glumly, I put my head against the window in my seat on the bus and thought about when I'd see those two again. I'll throw a new lucid goal on the list for future reference: Either summon or find these two DCs again. They were very pleasant people, and I was able to converse in some Japanese with them as well, since I have a basic grasp of the language. It would be fun hanging out with them while lucid.
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    Comments

    1. Elaineylane's Avatar
      Scared of the towels, lol. Oh I totally get it. In dreams things seem supernatural & even towels are our enemies. They could've turned into some kind of badass monster for all you knew. Not to mention it probably reminded you subconsciously that you've seen a bunch of creepy shower movies by now & anything is possible! I'm bad w/ DC names too for some reason. Unless I know them in real life it normally eludes me. It's my achilles heel I think of the dream world.
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    2. Dragonworkz's Avatar
      Scared of the towels, lol. Oh I totally get it. In dreams things seem supernatural & even towels are our enemies. They could've turned into some kind of badass monster for all you knew. Not to mention it probably reminded you subconsciously that you've seen a bunch of creepy shower movies by now & anything is possible! I'm bad w/ DC names too for some reason. Unless I know them in real life it normally eludes me. It's my achilles heel I think of the dream world.
      I think the creepy laughter certainly didn't help matters.
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