posted on Jul, 14 2008 @ 03:04 AM
Anti Tyrant, you're reading my mind. Oh wait that's because I.M.U.
Hey it's cool. I finally got over the lingering sense of dread.
It all culminated while I was dreaming a few days ago. I suddenly realized that I was in a dream, and that's never happened before without me
realizing it while waking up the very instant I realize it. I realized I was in a dream, because I was in my bathroom with a friend I haven't hung
out with in years, and he was psychotically smiling and doing weird movements with like a bunch of rulers in his hands, and then my mom came in and
smiled, and then walked through a wall, and I was like "wait, that's completely nonsensical.... AHA!!! I'm in a dream!"
I realized that there wasn't much time left, now that I realized I was in a dream... but everything was sticking, so I was hurriedly like "If this
is a dream, then I wish to have sex with... PAM ANDERSON! (first girl that popped into my head)" and I looked around and nobody appeared. So I walked
out into the family room, and there was this super hot blonde girl who definitely wasn't Pam Anderson (I was like... muuuuch better than Pam
Anderson, thank God. She's gross.)... So yeah, I did the deed... and it was good.... and then I woke up.... and ever since then, everything has been
so bright and cheery, even though nothing outwardly changed.
Inwardly, though.... I feel as though there's a sun inside me just getting brighter and brighter, turning from dull yellow to a bright silvery
white... and things are just getting really cool for some reason. My creativity has just shot through the roof since that night.... and I've written
like at least a dozen epic songs in the past 4 days.
I guess, in the end, deja vu is all about the feeling associated with it. If it feels familiar in a good way, let it happen. If it feels like a bad
loop, do something to change it. Sounds about right?