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Life Is The Path wrote:
That kind of reminded me of this. Dude, how cool would it be if you went?! Just, you know, eat massive quantities of garlic bread.

You know, when I was a teenager, I had a fear of vampires. I would sleep with my arm wrapped around my neck, to protect it from getting bitten. Rolling Eyes


When I was 12 I had this irrational fear of ghosts and when I laid in bed at night and had this creepy feeling that someone's watching me, I just screwed my eyes shut and said to myself:
"If you close your eyes, you will look like your sleeping and they won't do anything to you." Confused
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I just had many dreams of being choked, back then. Not sure why ...
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When I was little I was afraid of ghosts and evil dolls. It's mostly heights I'm afraid of these days.
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Reepicheep wrote:
When I was little I was afraid of ghosts and evil dolls. It's mostly heights I'm afraid of these days.


Evil dolls.... Scariest things in the history of existence... Reep it's perfectly fine to be afraid of them. Any sane person would be... Shocked
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JainaSolo wrote:

That's just plain creepy since I had a dream of being killed by a vampire last night... Shocked


Ok not sure if the e-mail I received was more creepy or if this is.

At any rate I've come to a conclusion: I really prefer nightmares about Norman Bates type serial killers to ghosts, vampires, and werewolfs. Why? Norman Bates can be killed with a baseball bat to the skull just like any other human. Ghosts, vampires, and werewolfs however can either not be killed or require very special weapons work exclusvely on that particular creature (for example silver bullets will kill werewolfs but are worthless against vampires) and are unlikely to be found in your average home.
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^ Exactly. If I have a nightmare, I generally fight (and usually beat) my attacker, but I couldn't do that with the ghost.
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Reepicheep wrote:
^ Exactly. If I have a nightmare, I generally fight (and usually beat) my attacker, but I couldn't do that with the ghost.


The thing is: I never dream about ghosts, except for that night I dreamed I was killed by a vampire and I became a ghost. I guess it served me right for reading to much Terry Pratchett books about vampires and ghosts. Sad
As for being attacked, I usually beat mine by using my awesome ninja skills which I unfortunately don't posses in real life. Wink
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JainaSolo wrote:

As for being attacked, I usually beat mine by using my awesome ninja skills which I unfortunately don't posses in real life. Wink


I believe you meant to say "using my awesome ninja skills which I unfortunately don't posses in real life yet" right? Wink

I actually like those dreams. It's not so much a nightmare as being in your own action movie. I mean waves of serial killers or zombies might be nerve wracking but being able to take them on with Jason Bourne-like martial skills and win? (Personally I usually style those dreams to vibe the awesomeness of the opening of the Battle of Amon Hen when Aragorn fights off dozens of Uruk Hai by himself) Who wouldn't find that cool?
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I don't have those superhero dreams. At least, not in this context. If I'm dreaming about someone who would (in the scenario I'm dreaming of) have such skills, like a soldier, then they'll have those skills. If I'm dreaming of myself, I either have the skill level I have in real fights, or be incredibly weak. For instance, I'd dreamt of a venomous snake slithering to me, while I was in bed. I tried to stop it by smothering it with a pillow, but my arms were just too weak (think arms that are asleep). I don't recall ever being stronger in my dreams than I am in real life. If I'm dreaming of a particularly non-violent person, or quite a fearful fellow, I'd have them hide. Recently I experienced all three in one of my more cinematic zombie apocalypse dreams.
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If I go barefoot to see The Hobbit, does that still count as cosplay? Wink
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If I go barefoot to see The Hobbit, does that still count as cosplay? Wink


You might have to get a wig for them... Razz
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If I go barefoot to see The Hobbit, does that still count as cosplay? Wink


In December in our part of the country, I'd call that dedication. Very Happy
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For those of you who have read about my teacher situation in Gripe of the Day, here is the "rude English teacher" quote of the day:

"Sit still and stop smiling"

Meany! Evil or Very Mad
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*Where to put it...Where to put it...Wher--Ah! Here it is!*

Ok I've been thinking where to post this and this seems like the right place.
My question is linked to an English essay we have to write about the importance of language and why it's important to have different languages than to have the whole world speaking, for instance, English.
I've ran out of inspiration and it's due Monday, so I wanted to know what you think! And if you can, can you please add a source to and article or something?
I've been to the fifth page of Google and everyone is ignoring my question on yahoo answers... Sad
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