Friday, November 12, 2004

Dream of Note

Over the years, through idle conversations and comparing notes with friends and amateur mental therapists, it has been brought to my attention that I have rather unusual dreams. I like this, because I think it means that my subconscious and I get along, and also because it keeps me entertained.

On Wednesday morning my alarm went off. I reflexively slapped the snooze alarm and promptly fell back to sleep, and had the following dream, which is rather short by my standards, but then again my snooze alarm only lasts seven minutes.

I am in a fast food drive thru. The female employee is telling me "All right, here's your order: Two bags of fries. A large Coke. And a watermelon full of spaghetti."

At which point she hands me a watermelon with the top sliced off and the hollowed-out body filled with spaghetti and meatballs.

I don't think I've ever had a proper nightmare, like the kind where you wake up screaming, but I do know that I woke up laughing from this dream.

10 comments:

Scott said...

Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

It was funny! and pretty scary!

Venus said...

Waking up due to your own laughter is one of lifes wonderous events. I get giddy just thinking of it.

angelina said...

that's much better than dreaming about ants crawling up your legs, or being buried alive, yknow? good for your subconcious, that it has a sense of humor. i envy you.

yohei said...

Recently, I can't have any dreams. I think that some dreams suggert something that will happen.

bebe_bubot said...

'right =)

R.A.W. said...

A blaxploitation spaghetti western version of Supersize Me. That's one helluva dream from an active unconscious!

Love the beta pieces, by the way! Thanks.

northernman-downsouth said...
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northernman-downsouth said...

hee hee :) did your dream influence your choice of dinner that night, I find i dream aboout it, I eat it.. this has led to some misdirected episodes in the kitchen though!

SexyHero said...

Sounds like that might be interesting to paint (the spagetti filled watermelon). Your blog is halarious!