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      Muzzy09's DILD Workbook

      I could only remember one dream from last night.

      I was sitting in an office filled with trophies wearing a suit. On tv I watch a large man about 6'4" 250 lbs with a bunch of tattoos get out of jail. Minutes later, he walks into my office. He asks me a question, but I don't remember what it was. He then offers me $9.5 million to kill someone. I accept and he thanks me and leaves. After that, I woke up.

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      One dream is still better than nothing.

      Very odd and interesting dream, too--there's a lot going on in it. The trophies, the escaped convict, and asking you to kill someone. Btw, I'm not sure if you're bothered by these kinds of dreams or not, but just in case, it's good to know that something like killing doesn't necessarily mean you're a violent or bad person, and could represent something totally different going on in your life, if anything at all.

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      Again, last night I could only remember one dream.

      My family and I went to our friends wedding. After the reception, my brothers and I went to the car and waited for my mom to come. We sat there for about a half hour and I called my mom from my iPad. She said she was going to test drive the new 2010 Volkswagen and that she would be there in about 15 minutes. I got frustrated and threw my iPad to the back of the truck. My mom asked my brother something and he said "He threw it." Then I ended up at a Volkswagen dealership talking to my friend who was going to drive the new car to the wedding so my mom could test drive. I don't remember much after that.

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      Mwahaha, for some reason I'm always breaking or throwing my laptop in dreams, too. I seem to enjoy abusing my electronics.

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      The past couple nights I have not been able to remember my dreams.

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      Aww. Well, keep trying.

      I have some extra tips for recalling dreams in the tutorial in my sig, if you're interested.

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      Aww. Well, keep trying.

      I have some extra tips for recalling dreams in the tutorial in my sig, if you're interested.

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