if you went about your day daywithout wearing shoes (and you don't normally do that, and you don't work from home) i'd think you'd notice.
yes, quite funky, especially with the turning into a fish!
my recent weird one was that my ex-bf and some weird friend of his came to visit, and I couldn't turn them away (heaven only knows why not... if the guy came to my door cold, hungry, and naked, I would probably call the police to take him away.)
Anyway, they were both really bugging me so I said some incantation and turned them into dogs, but I couldn't figure out how to turn them back, although I could change their dog breed. I was wondering if I could turn one into a female so that Poofy would have something to hump.
very odd overall.
That's just weird. Turned into dogs, huh?
yeah, my dreams are always fluid and make perfect sense at the time. Only later if I think about them I realize it's all disjointed.
I like the idea of turning annoying people into dogs. Turn them into expensive dogs and sell them. You'd be making the world a better place AND making money at the same time.
I thought it was all poetic that I could turn them into female dogs and let Poofy use and abuse them...
anyway, it doesn't take much for a dog to be decent... humans just don't seem to have it in them.
Russian can smell quite nice. ;)
Depends what region. People who lived in cold places where heated water wasn't readily available.... don't usually smell so good. especially when they move to warmer climates and don't change their bathing habits.
Around here, it's a big problem with people from certain areas in the FSU.
I had this really odd dream last night where my oldest friend was dying. She decided to send me a recording of herself saying goodbye and some of her old photo albums of pictures she had taken of us over the years.
I was really sad that she was leaving me, but then I looked at the photos and was totally fascinated with them. I was wearing this black coat/cape and was FLOATING. In some of the pictures I was just rising in the air with this cape spread out under me like a superhero in reverse. I looked closely at the photo and saw that I was actually playing jump rope in the photos and that doesn't explain it because 1. when I jump rope, I jump and land feet first. I don't jump horizontally. 2. When I jump rope, I jump over the rope when it's on the ground, at the bottom of the arc, not the top of it while it's in the air, which is what I was doing in this photo.
I must have been wearing a magic cape that allowed me to fly on my back a few feet above the ground (the height of the top of the arc of an average jump rope).