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Dream Interpretation

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Stan, Apr 1, 2002.

  1. Stan

    Stan TRIBE Member

    Does anyone here know anything about dream interpretation? Cause, like, last night, I had this dream where I pulled out this gun and started fucking shooting everyone at my work. So, like, I think this dream might have some kind of meaning.
  2. Karim

    Karim TRIBE Member

    It means you have lots of love to give and that you like everybody!

    :) <--- Don't shoot me!
  3. geminigirl

    geminigirl TRIBE Member

    Maybe it means that you have some unresolved issues with some person/people that you still need to work through and it's pissing you off. It does not mean that your violent or anything. I think that it means that you feel out of control with some situation and in your dreams you take control. That's my interpretation.

  4. PosTMOd

    PosTMOd Well-Known TRIBEr

    It means you have a rotting wisdom tooth, and a dirty choda.
  5. SlipperyPete

    SlipperyPete TRIBE Member

    that's your solution for everything.

    "wash your choda, wash your choda"

    you're like a fucking broken record
  6. scruffy1

    scruffy1 TRIBE Member


    a dirty choda is a very, very bad physical attribute. i mean, you don't want people walking down the street and pointing at you saying "hey, he's got a dirty choda!" do you???
  7. Bass-Invader

    Bass-Invader TRIBE Member


    Tito the Chinchilla does not dig the dirty choda.
  8. JayIsBored

    JayIsBored TRIBE Member

    like i said before it's pronounced 'shaudare'

    say it frenchy!
  9. AdamAnt

    AdamAnt TRIBE Member

    "There's nothing more boring than other peoples dreams"
  10. drude

    drude TRIBE Member

    sounds to me like your either a homo or you're banging your mother.
  11. mingster

    mingster TRIBE Member

    This is somewhat true.

    Dreams and their interpretations vary from person to person. Another person experiencing the same dream as you, will likely be manifesting different feelings.

    You can't just say that dreaming about "item x" means the same thing for everybody. Dreams are made up of symbols. And what they signify varies according to your previous experiences and generally, what you know.

    Consequently, unless you are analysing your dream with someone who knows you very well, the interpretation will most likely be false.

  12. PosTMOd

    PosTMOd Well-Known TRIBEr

    ^^^ Not only that, but since dreams are pseudo-random, they can't be interpreted anyway.
  13. mingster

    mingster TRIBE Member

    I think they can be interpreted to a certain extent.
    They are after all a creation of the subconsious and although, I don't think they can provide answers to questions, I think they can give insight into how we feel about things, or the way we think.

  14. JayIsBored

    JayIsBored TRIBE Member

    yes but a dancing elephant would mean one thing to you and another to someone else. so 'interpreting' that as a symbol for greed or whatever is bunkness..in that reading a 'dream book' written by some other chump to interpret your dreams
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2002
  15. Stan

    Stan TRIBE Member

    The worst part was that I ran out of ammo for my rocket launcher and I had to switch to my railgun, and then my boss started accusing me of using an aim-bot!
  16. PosTMOd

    PosTMOd Well-Known TRIBEr

    Hardly ever.

    How you feel? Insight? No, not really.

    Think of the converse... in your dreamworld, do you try to interpret your "real" life?
  17. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    wall hack!
  18. mingster

    mingster TRIBE Member

    No, I would have to say I don't. But that doesn't mean that dreams aren't worth analysing. I've had it happen. I believe it.

  19. PosTMOd

    PosTMOd Well-Known TRIBEr

    String together a bunch of random stuff, and eventually some of it will become true, or be able to be "interpreted".

    Just probability.

    Incidentally, there isn't really a separate conscious and subconscious... the terms are cognitive handles (and relics from long ago).

    Stuff does happen "in the background" of your mind... such as the calculations necessary to catch a ball, or when things "pop" into the forefront, obviously something was going on...

    But, regardless, the mind functions as a whole, and what's in the forefront of your attention isn't a separate faculty.

    When you dream, it is because the input into forefront isn't coming from your senses, but rather from random electrical activity... or, rather "pseudorandom" as I call it, because it gets interpreted while you are dreaming as actually happening, which is why it "makes sense" at the time... perhaps the dreams you don't remember are the ones that are so random, they cannot even make sense in a dreamlike fashion.
  20. TILT_Lance

    TILT_Lance TRIBE Member


  21. mingster

    mingster TRIBE Member

    I read what you wrote, and considered it.
    You might be right.
    But for the time-being, I disagree. :)

  22. organik

    organik TRIBE Member

    Let me guess, you work at the post office... right :rolleyes:

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