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Has anyone ever had a dream, woken up and felt as though they've dreamt whats going to happen, as in a deja vu kind of thing?

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Has anyone ever had a dream, woken up and felt as though they've dreamt whats going to happen, as in a deja vu kind of thing?

 

yeah, read my last most

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yeah, read my last most

 

Ah right, sorry. Its a wierd feeling isn't it? The dreams so real that you actually believe it is and then when it comes do doing something you realise it was just a dream. It can get really annoying. I dreamt I'd done my coursework (romeo and juliet) and then never thought about it. 2 days before it was due it hit me I hadn't.

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Has anyone ever had a dream, woken up and felt as though they've dreamt whats going to happen, as in a deja vu kind of thing?

 

I had this one reoccuring dream which turned out to be deja vu...if that makes sense. It was probably my mind playing tricks on me...:heh:

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Ah, had another of my horrible, horrible dreams last night - Only started getting this theme about 6 months ago but it's happened a few times.

 

Teeth all fall out.

 

It's a horrible, horrible sensation. feels so REAL. I actually half-woke up (unless I just dreamt this bit too..) and felt loads of pain in my top-right molars, and next thing I know, they're wobbly...

 

The situation is always different, but there's always that same feeling of dread, of no going back.

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Well, I had a dream about that girl Jo (the one who's arse I commented about, in song) and her boyfriend. I dreamt that they had split up (and we had sex in a club, oh how I wish it to be true)

 

I woke up, checked facebook, and lo and behold, her relationship status had changed to "its complicated".....

 

Now she'd hidden it altogether!

 

Omg, I AM PHYSICS!

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I used to always have the same dream it happens like Once every 2 Years where If I count to 1,000 I die, and i can't stop counting to 1,000.

 

Im long over due it

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Ah, had another of my horrible, horrible dreams last night - Only started getting this theme about 6 months ago but it's happened a few times.

 

Teeth all fall out.

 

It's a horrible, horrible sensation. feels so REAL. I actually half-woke up (unless I just dreamt this bit too..) and felt loads of pain in my top-right molars, and next thing I know, they're wobbly...

 

The situation is always different, but there's always that same feeling of dread, of no going back.

 

http://www.dreammoods.com/cgibin/teethdreams.pl?method=exact&header=dreamid&search=teethintro

 

Do you think is is accurate? Just asking because I'm not sure how good this website is...

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to be honest, the numerous different possible meanings that site suggests don't seem to fit in with my dreams. I think that a loss of teeth can be to do with stress though, as each time the motif occurs I am in a difficult situation... but it appears to be an interesting site with many different opinions on types of dreams, which is always good.

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Wierd dream last night about me and some of my class mates going to russia and making a miniture metal car and a metal star each, going to a hypermarket and talking to some friends, going back outside and finding my teachers car with my car and star in it sinking in the incey water in the carpark. I dived in to pull the car out and got trapped. No-one helped. I got myself out and started crying about my things and then got woken up by my dog.

 

It was a great dream..I hate my dog sometime.

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