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    What's the scarriest nightmare that you've ever had? Mine was that I had been sealed outside of a bunker, and then, something like the zerg attacked. I died as a hydralisk shoved its claw through my skull, and then being seized by a demon. That's where the fear really began. I was in a misty forest, under attack from a samurai, then I came to my clarity. All my NT powers suddenly surfaced, then I lured him to a river and tricked him into lunging over the edge, then I drowned him. I was then finished off by a swarm of his fallen victims in various states of decomposition. I got up and rushed to the bathroom, and my face was white as pure snow. This one happened when I was 13.

    P.S.: Thanks for the edit. I've had to do 5 hours of algebra 2 today.
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    weird.
    I had a dream once where I went to the eye doctor, but when I left the lobby to go into the actual office, it was a pencil factory. The next thing I knew, I was strapped to a conveyer belt, and fully- sharpened pencils began to stab me from above. Somehow, I died in the dream.
    Although, I think it's more strange than scary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annyong View Post
    weird.
    I had a dream once where I went to the eye doctor, but when I left the lobby to go into the actual office, it was a pencil factory. The next thing I knew, I was strapped to a conveyer belt, and fully- sharpened pencils began to stab me from above. Somehow, I died in the dream.
    Although, I think it's more strange than scary.
    I've died numerous times in dreams. I've even had dreams continue after I've died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    I've died numerous times in dreams. I've even had dreams continue after I've died.
    How does that work?
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    Simple, you just go to hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annyong View Post
    How does that work?
    The dream continues with other people I have no control of, and I "watch".

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    Oh, duh. That makes sense

    I'm glad that's never happened to me.

    EDIT: this is a response to mortabunt
    "Vous au moins, vous ne risquez pas d'être un légume, puisque même un artichaut a du cœur."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    The dream continues with other people I have no control of, and I "watch".
    That sounds fun.
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    Depends on the dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annyong View Post
    Oh, duh. That makes sense

    I'm glad that's never happened to me.

    EDIT: this is a response to mortabunt
    While I was there, I met Percy Weasley, and I forgot most of it. It reminded me of Dark Forces: the level with all the sewers, only the water was burning blood.

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