Hmmmm, intensive purposes, the best kind.
So you're telling me that there's actually some universe out there with two hundred clones of Tiffany Amber Thiessen and they all want to roll around with me?
They probably are. In my dreams, I have been far even as decided to use want do. Once you have, everything seems possible.
Also, are there really 225 people who have registered as "TexasSinkholeFan" before the bump today?
You are just adorable.
So when we sleep we slip between conscious, reality is where we are at the time. String theory is a version of us all in another universe ?.
I'm up for that
Post was a bit of a damp squid.
Me too, stopped reading as soon as I read that.
However, that's one thing I love about the internet, finding out the funny things people have been saying (probably for years) in place of the actual word/saying/expression etc.
My all-time favourite so far is: pedal stool = pedestal.
"He won't hear a bad word said about her - he puts her on a pedal stool"
My knob for some reason, was doing some inter-dimensional travelling down my sister-in-laws throat on Tuesday night. Now I know why she was a bit weird with me earlier today, thanks OP.
What if, like, our dreams are actually reality and our "real life" is really just us dreaming?
I wanted to stop at the bolded part, it's "intents and purposes", but I read on, much to my detriment.
What you are basically saying is "Science can't explain dreams, so they could be anything, so I believe they must be the most ridiculous thing I can find on the internet".
Lets apply Occam's Razor and call it a day.
I had a serious intensive dream last night. I was sent on a secret mission to go to England and steal their 4G cable. People who sent me threatened to kill me if I didn't succeed. When I got back here I decided to **** them over so I gave it to my friend who really wanted to look at it. They found me by following the massive 4G cable coming out of he sea and into my friends sitting room. Then there was a big dramatic escape sequence, then it went a bit slapstick, then I wok up and had to pee.
Well any thread can live again!
I think the OP must have read Richard Bach's book; Illusions. In it he describes how he leaves his corpereal body every night and floats about the universe. I would just suggest he's having some great dreams.
Dreams can be great fun though and can seem pretty real. I remember one where I went back in time to my younger self. When I woke up, for a second I thought I had actually been back in time.
But the most interesting one was where I realised it was a dream and I told a woman who happened to be there that she was in my dream and actually she didn't really exist. She threw it back in my face. 'What makes you think you're not in MY dream?'
I'm still not sure!