Because I'm a dork, and also quite frequently bored, I actually considered starting yet another blog for the sole purpose of getting people to analyze my many bizarre dreams.
Then I realized that this would probably make me even weirder than I already am.
I haven't completely dismissed the idea, though. But in the interim, here's a fun exercise for you.
My dreams are pretty consistent in a few ways. For example, I've only twice (in my memory) had dreams that were truly terrifying. The kind that you wake up from covered in sweat, breathing hard, and sitting bolt upright. And one of those was because I had fallen asleep only minutes after watching Secret Window.
Needless to say, I haven't watched it since.
So here's the game. I give a list of recurring themes in my dreams, and you guys decide what that says about my personality. Leave your answer in the comments or on the facebook link.
When you're done, click Here to see what some of our answers were.
- All about me
- The Hero
I have a lot of zombie dreams too. In them, I'm always at the front lines of the war/invasion. I almost always have my machete, and I'm pretty dang good at keeping the zombies at bay. I'm always clever too. When I don't have good weapons, I always find things nearby that work amazingly well.
I've even held off Daleks with my quick thinking.
I'm never afraid or nervous. I just do what has to be done.
Frequently in the zombie, mystery, or other adventures, I protect people. When the zombies are invading my house, I stand at the top of the stair case, hacking away at them while the others can set up their defenses properly. Rather like Gimli and Aragorn in the battle of Helm's Deep.
Basically, I'm always super awesome, super heroic, and super brave.
- Real people
The sidekicks are always there for either comic relief, or just because they randomly are. None of them are ever helpful. Sometimes they're the opposite, like the time Daphne accidentally instigated a massive ghost infestation.
When they're victims, I'm usually trying to save their lives somehow. Or save them from being used in a nefarious plan.
When they're the bad guys, the dreams are pretty accurate to real life. And by that I don't mean that these people are actually bad. I just mean, it shows what kind of villain they would be in the unlikely case that they did turn evil.
At any rate, the main point is that I am always the most important person in my dreams, and any real people in them are either relegated to my "go buy me donuts" list, saved by me, or crushed under the heel of my awesomeness.
- My deficiencies
There's only one thing I'm ever actually afraid of. Even in the 'being chased and falling down a hole' dreams, I'm not scared. Dead bodies, ravenous zombies, invading Daleks, and serial killers don't phase me in the least (Even though some of them would in real life).
But demons. They even creep me out in my invincible dream-hero alter ego.
Also, sometimes I have those dreams where you try to punch, but no matter what you do, you just can't get any power behind it. Or you try to run, and no matter what, you just can't go faster than chilled molasses. Even then, I'm not scared. Just super annoyed.
But generally, I don't have any problems. I'm just spectacular all the time.
What do these things say about my personality?