16 thoughts on “This Is What Happens If You DON’T Mull Before Sleeping

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    • Tze says:

      Right! Just don’t make me pick the members, okay? All of the guys were blond, emo hairdo, hipster. And I thought they looked good. -_-

  2. Moom says:

    As a child I had a whole series of recurring bizarre and lively dreams, like being inside a highly automated scissors factory and having great joy in seeing the scissors been made, or that the whole surface of the landscape became covered under mysteriously organic-like growing train tracks, with trains on them whizzing past me at high speed.
    But nowadays it’s extremely rare for me to remember dreams I’m having. I think I wake up too slowly, compared to when I was still little.

    • Tze says:

      That actually sounds amazing, if I’d wanted to draw a fantasy story I wouldn’t have been able to think of that. I hope you’ll never forget those. :)
      I wonder how people can’t remember their dreams upon waking up? Seen people wriggling and talking in their sleep before, but upon waking up no memory of it was left…

      • Moom says:

        I think you have to snap out of the rapid eye movement (REM) sleep phase to be able to remember your dream well. In most cases I probably go through a deeper sleep phase before I awake, even if this is for a short time it seems to erase the memory of the dream.

        • Tze says:

          …Sorry, I just imagined someone staring at a sleeping person, then whacking them as soon as they spot the eye movement.
          *WHACK!* *THWACK!*
          “And? What did you dream?” :D

          • Moom says:

            [Grin], I’m inclined to have such literal visions also, when someone explains me something. But interestingly, a person you would wake up in this manner would remember almost nothing, because the dream has just begun when REM sets in. Research has shown that there is no “time dilation” effect when you dream; what someone perceives as a five-minute dream story duration takes roughly five minutes of real sleeping time to play out.

  3. Patrick says:

    Insomnia sounds horrid to me. I most of the time sleep within 5 minutes. But I really have problems waking up in the morning. I can sleep for 12 hours. Not good either.

    And I often have very lively and strange dreams. This morning I woke up thinking that I should divorce my unappreciative wife, because she is always complaining when I try to do nice thing for her. I am not even married to a woman. And my husband is the best in the world.

    • Tze says:

      Whoa! That sounds really, really confusing. XD Nice too, when you wake up thinking “WTF”, get up, “Why would I dream that”, brush teeth, “Just… WHAT was that needed for??”. Wasting thoughts on something that never happened.

  4. Zomink says:

    LOL@ the second to last–KANGAROO!–frame. hehe.
    I also have ridiculously incoherent and nonsensical dreams, but I think it helps me stay sane in real life!

    • Tze says:

      As long as the thoughts dont stay incoherent during the day, I guess. They sure were interesting!

  5. Emilien says:

    My brain hijacks itself on a regular basis, regardless of being asleep or during waking hours. Consider it a new, fun challenge in your life! ^^

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