Discussion in 'The Clubhouse Bar' started by St Helens RLFC, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. Dreams are incredible things, you know. They can provide you with a great, happy night, or a heart-poundingly scary one.

    But I HATE the dream I had last night. When I used to play rugby my speciality was the shoulder charge of doom. Some mouthy chav was having a go at me in the street, so I ran at him full pelt and hit him with the shoulder. Well, I tried anyway, I just seemed to lose all power and strength, and just bounced off this chav.

    And then I went to punch him... I couldn't!

    RAGH! It's so annoying!
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  3. Goth Power

    Goth Power Guest

    I've had dreams similar to that but mine was more like I went to punch some twat trying to steal my woman and no matter how hard I tried to hit him my arm was just slow as ever...like i was stuck in slow motion.

    Slightly annoying but meh, life goes on.

  4. That's the one. Like a Matrix punch with no end product. :%#%#: :%#%#: :%#%#:
  5. Goth Power

    Goth Power Guest

    I know, its so frustrating.

    When I woke up I just felt like I wanted to punch my wall to release the tension :p

    Instead a few weeks later the guy who actually tried it on got a punch anyway so...

    It all ended all right :p
  6. Macsen

    Macsen Guest

    The antidote is to go out and shoulder charge a real chav. No dream-warped physics will hinder you!

  7. You speak nothing but sense!
  8. The TRUTH

    The TRUTH Guest

    Seems to happen to me every time i throw a punch or try and run in a dream

    No idea why that is
  9. Rugby_Cymru

    Rugby_Cymru Guest

    Crossing the road.
    In my dream a car is approaching and i'm in slow-f***ing-mo!
    I never get hit or anything, but it's horrible.

    What about the falling dream guys?
    How good is that?
    Who's ever hit the floor before waking?
  10. Gulli

    Gulli Guest

    i get the slow motion matrix punch quite often

    i also get a weird thing where im walking and then for no reason im lying down... but don't ever get the falling over bit

    one of my friends died in my dream the other night was sketchy!
  11. gjohn85

    gjohn85 Guest

    Aparently, if you hit the floor when you fall in a dream, you will die (no not in the dream, real life).
  12. Gulli

    Gulli Guest

    how does anyone know that though...
  13. Rugby_Cymru

    Rugby_Cymru Guest

    I heard that if you die in a dream, at all, you die in real life.
    But i vividly remember drowning in a dream i had once and once i died it was the most relaxing experience i've ever felt.
    My mate claims he's hit the floor in a falling dream once...
  14. Ultimately, this can't really be confirmed can it?
  15. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    I have died in my dreams before... In a plane crash....

    I have also had several cases of Deja Vu, one of which was the terror attacks in London, which I dreamt I was in one of the underground stations, and was looking at my watch on the underground...
  16. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    I've never dreamt about dying before but I have dreamt about people who have been close to me coming back from the dead, and the more it happens, the more vivid the dreams are which is really starting to freak me out as you feel like crap when you do wake up.
  17. Black-Monday

    Black-Monday Guest

    I have the one regurlarly where I am fighting en masse with somethings and have the 'ineffective punch', 'the weapon that breaks', 'Random falling over'

    Dreams are strange things, I don't get enough of them these days.

  18. Goth Power

    Goth Power Guest

    I've had dreams in kind of flash back form style dreams where later on in life I have passed a moment in my life and then it relates back to a dream i've had about it and I get a cold chill down my spine.
  19. Hmmm deja vu is a totally different feeling, but I do get them all the time. I wish someone would explain those...
  20. Rugby_Cymru

    Rugby_Cymru Guest

    Anyone have the dream where their teeth fall out?
    Maybe one, maybe all of them.

    Horrible... :)
  21. That's a sign of stress supposedly.
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