You captured the whole disoriented thing perfectly. It was like in A Beautiful Mind when you're all, "The roommate wasn't real? OMGWTF?"
Haha, I love it.
I usually have very weird dreams, not realistic? ones like that.
Like, my family moved to space and my mother was the typical "sexy business woman," but she also had green skin - and I had a younger (But much bigger) brother who was in Kindergarten rather than a sister a year and a half younger than I. I was at my brother's school for some reason . . .and a normal earth saying had something to do with sex.
Er, that was awhile ago. . .I don't really remember last night's dreams.
The obscure "blotting up a dead kitten" in there is . . .interesting. . .like many of my dreams. . .LOL
Yeah, that was the weirdest detail. I even called my mother (in the dream) to tell her who I was sitting with (but that detail didn't fit the rythmn of the story).
And yeah, I frequently have dreams that are weird, but this one was so realistic that I honestly had no idea where I was when I awoke.
And I thought the flu inspired hallucinations were odd, you got me beat there woman!
P.S Did theferrett at least offer to make the "best sex ever" part happen? I could see him saying that to you :o)
He's actually still asleep and knows nothing about our fabulous vacation (Star City went down last night and he was up until the wee ours working).
But, yeah, I'm sure he will be happy to help! ;-)
Whoa...I was really confused. I thought, I thought they were with us last night. Did they go to Vegas in the past week and I just didn't know? I never saw that commercial!?!?
Doh...and I was really excited to hear your Janis Joplin impression.
I wanted to share the "WTF?!" experience as much as the dream itself. And it appears that I succeeded!
Dreams about happy hubbies are the best.
Man, I just spent 10 minutes looking on YouTube for a dead kitten commercial.
Then, I read the rest of your entry. :)
I have crazy dreams like that every so often too. Wow.
Thanks for sharing.
Okay, you have given me evil glee at the thought that you went looking for the commercial. Much giggling.
Oh, wow. I was feeling disoriented, too, until you said you woke up.
Mine wasn't nearly as disorienting to wake up from.
Still! I would have been excited, too.
When I was in England, I was traveling with my parents and siblings, who'd come over to visit me. I fell asleep on the train for a short nap, and when I woke up, the train was dark, it was nighttime, and my family weren't with me. I kept calling out to them, and had no idea where I was, other than in a darkened train car.
After about a minute, I realized that I was in my own bed in Ohio. I had just moved back from the UK a few days before.
Isn't that the freakiest feeling? I was actually starting to panic. :-(
It is. And that is a particularly freaky one!
Heh, you totally got me. I was busy thinking, "Wow, I had no idea they were going to Vegas!" and assumed the weird dead kitten thing was just something I missed by not being in the U.S.! :D
I thought about how to write it for a while. No one reads entries that start "I had the weirdest dream...," and no one wants to read a LONG entry that turns out to be a dream. So it took crafting to hit just the right length to "get" people without pissing them off!
Totally got me--and it is freaky when that happens. Not as often, for me, but, it's still a yikes moment.
I particularly love that the actress had a name; what a bizarre detail.
I totally know the feeling. I sometimes have these really real-seeming dreams where I find lost objects, or my friends all start going out with each other in strange combinations, and it takes a while when I wake up to sort out what's real.
I also once had a dream in which I used to be afraid of trains, but wasn't anymore. Took a fair while to sort that one out.
ha. good one. I was thinking ?.? when did they go to vegas? Didn't they just get back from Europe?!
2006-09-10 05:38 pm (UTC)
I love you for this entry!!
I was sitting here thinking "what commercial?!?" up until you woke up! :)
Some people actually stopped mid-read and went hunting on YouTube! I consider that complete victory!
I was all prepared to deliver a scathing rejoinder, scolding you for not appropriately notifying the public of your Vegas trip, and thus denying me an oportunity to extend my hospitatlity in your direction. Fortunately, it was all just a dream, Patrick Duffy wasn't dead, and no one had to listen to my feeble complaints.
I will keep in mind that you are out there. We do not have a Vega trip in the works just now, but friends are thinking af getting married there (in 2008) and if we can swing it we really want to go.