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24th January, 2004 at 02:13:03 -

Have you ever had a dream about something and the next day that occurs in real life?
For example: Dreaming of a crocodile and the next day there is a crocodile on the news. Dreaming about spiders and the next day you have a spider encounter. Dreaming that someone will die and the next day a friend or relative has died. Dreaming of a scene and seeing the exact replica in a picture or photo the next day. This always happens to me. If it happens to anyone else, say so.

Also add any other mysteries of the universe that are unexplainable.

 
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24th January, 2004 at 03:23:30 -

well i've once seen ashman being serious

 
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24th January, 2004 at 03:35:17 -

Yes, I often get that, it's rather weird.

I also dreamt about eight years ago that something very significant would happen on the 12th of January, 2004. Unfortunately, nothing did (although Heavenly released a new album, which is good enough for me) so that doesn't really count.

 
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24th January, 2004 at 04:36:24 -

*scoff*

That time I was serious, I was totally building up to the "Oh I've gotter be immature... err... penis" conclusion. So, your mystery sucks.

But yeah I am always getting deja vu. It must be a geek thing, eh?

 
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24th January, 2004 at 09:06:44 -

yeah, what you're talking about is pretty much deja-vous (let's destroy the french language by not using the requisite accents!), and it can be pretty scary. sometimes you may just notice something has happened and link it to your dream or whatever, which is probably how it's explained (does anyone know how it's really explained?).

i get it quite a lot, usually just with doing mundane things like sitting round and talking. although when i was about 10 i had a dream about falling off a castle wall, and a few months later it happened! damn slippery castle walls. now THAT was freaky.

 
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24th January, 2004 at 09:10:22 -

Remind me to not put you on a ladder if I ever need your help to storm a castle.

 
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24th January, 2004 at 09:18:34 -

I always experience Deja Vu... I don't usually dream about a future event, more like a 'daydream'. I might be sitting playing guitar then a couple of seconds of something will 'play' in my mind, but I won't take any notice... However, a few days later, the exact thing I pictured will happen and while it's happening I'm just like 'holy shit I remember seeing this exact event on *Tuesday'...

*Tuesday is just an example, it can be any day of the week

 
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24th January, 2004 at 13:20:59 -

Uzisuicide, your prolly the first petrson who I have ever heard say that, because That's exactly what happens to me. It just comes to you too.

 
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24th January, 2004 at 18:43:26 -

So we got 2 things in common, Klikking and scary Deja Vu experiences

 
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24th January, 2004 at 18:49:00 -

I had a dream the other day about a crocodile that was chasing me. When I woke up I told everyone in my family the story about the huge crocodile that chased me. That day I watched my bother play a new level in Tony Hawk Underground and he had to jump over a huge crocodile for one of the tasks. I was like, “That’s the crocodile, it looks exactly like it.” And everyone was like, shit it happened again.

 
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24th January, 2004 at 19:17:31 -

Yeah it is a freaky penomenon...

Here's a few more 'bed related' mysteries and occurences...

1. About once a fortnight, I'll hit the sack and have a nice, long .... STRETCH, and then... BANG there goes my calf muscle, I always 'pull it' in bed and it's pretty damn painful!

2. Sometimes, when I'm just dozing off, I'll be lightly dreaming that I'm walking along a pavement and I'll only see my feet, or I'm on a cliff and eg. my foot will slip off the pavement or I'll fall and as soon as I make the impact in thew 'dream' my legs kick out and I wakle up. (I think this is common in the 'dozing off' stages).

3. Why is it that you can never remember when you fell asleep? It would be strange to see myself falling asleep on camera...

That's all folks

3.

 
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24th January, 2004 at 22:51:15 -

okay this was pretty weird: years ago when i was back at primary school, i had a dream in which i was riding a bike. it wasn't my bike, however, it was my brothers. in my dream i looked down at the tyres and saw that they were totally flat. in the morning we awoke and got ready to school, we went to the shed to get our bikes to ride to school and....

*drum roll*

my brothers bike actually had flat tyres. wtf!?

 
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24th January, 2004 at 23:02:39 -

I'm not sure if there are any levels in T.H.U.G. that
have crocodiles to jump over in a mission, you're sure
you're not hallucinating?

 
-Above post is ancient and probably irrelevant-

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24th January, 2004 at 23:03:41 -

I'm not sure if there are any levels in T.H.U.G. that
have crocodiles to jump over in a mission, you're sure
you're not hallucinating?

 
-Above post is ancient and probably irrelevant-

An old account of mine, recently cleared out. It's a blast to the past, the age was marked as 14 when I found it. If you know where to look, you can track me. Au revoir.

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25th January, 2004 at 07:46:17 -

Na, there is. I don't know if it's a mission or anything but it is in on of the levels. Near the beach.

 
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25th January, 2004 at 08:18:57 -

yeah there is on, the tampa(?) level methinks.

 
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25th January, 2004 at 12:12:52 -

"Remind me to not put you on a ladder if I ever need your help to storm a castle"
Lol, that one of the funniest things I've heard on tdc!

 
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25th January, 2004 at 12:15:27 -

I try.

 
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25th January, 2004 at 13:12:20 -

What if life is a cycle, and when you die, your conciosness is being transported back to the time you were born and you must need to experience every second of your life you already have done and it is because of that you have deja vu.

Yeah, sometimes it feels like I have done some stuffs before, but then again, I use to do exactly the same things over and over again, so no wonder

 
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25th January, 2004 at 14:43:06 -

I have never experienced that. I think I can explain it though. You simply think your remembering it. In other words, your brain is playing tricks on you.

 
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25th January, 2004 at 14:59:12 -

" 2. Sometimes, when I'm just dozing off, I'll be lightly dreaming that I'm walking along a pavement and I'll only see my feet, or I'm on a cliff and eg. my foot will slip off the pavement or I'll fall and as soon as I make the impact in thew 'dream' my legs kick out and I wakle up. (I think this is common in the 'dozing off' stages). "

This happens when in your dreams, your soul leaves your body... and when it comes back, you feel like you are falling from somewhere, and when you hit the ground you wake up... strange things happen... and I have deja vu-s many times...


 
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25th January, 2004 at 23:33:09 -

I think this kind of thing happens way more than you think.

Has anyone ever set an alarm and found that so often you manage to wake up before it does?
I mean there are times when i've had to set my alarm for ungodly hours like 3 or 4 in the morning. And surely enough BAM i'm awake 10, 15 even 30 minutes before it goes off...and i'm better off waking up cause my alarm going off gives me the shits. And that's probably it...I'd rather wake up than hear my alarm go off!

 
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26th January, 2004 at 01:37:56 -

Mr Coffee, I already explained that when I woke up one morning I told my friends and family I had had a dream about a huge crocadile and sure enough, I saw one in Tony Hawk after I had told everyone this. It always happens. You sometimes wake up and think, that was a cool dream about (for example) Back to the Future Movie. And that day you see in a magazine Back to the Futer Triogly on DVD. Your brain can't be plating tricks on you if you have already remembered the dream you had before seeing the magazine ad.

If you know what I mean.

 
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26th January, 2004 at 08:29:01 -

how would you know if you forget everything? you wouldn't remember that you'd forgotten.

 
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26th January, 2004 at 08:38:15 -

I once had a dream and In that dream I woke up from a dream, then I woke up for real... Does that count?

Actually, on a more serious note I know somebody who has had a "feeling" just before atleast two accidents of people related to him, but that could just be coincidence.. who knows.

 
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26th January, 2004 at 23:24:13 -

Yeah right coinsidence. What are the chances of that. These freaky things always seem to happen and people often say it's just coinsidence, that's just because they can't explain them, no one can. I'm mean the chance of feeling strange before some one related you to dies, twice, is like 1 in 999999999 who knows. And then tyhis stuff happens to people all the time. Ha, coinsidence. Bullshit!

 
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28th January, 2004 at 01:39:10 -

I always get that, sometimes I dream it months and months previous to the day that it actually happens. It's Crazy!

 
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