Thursday, 13 September 2007

Help Me, Doctor Freud!

It would appear, Doctor, I’m doomed to nine months of dreams which, while not nightmarish, are also not particularly pleasant. What perplexes me is, I can’t seem to discern any meaning in them, no relevance to my real life. In my latest dream, for example, which left me feeling decidedly angry and frustrated, I happened to be doing things that would never happen in real life, and I was hoping you could help me discover what it all means.

For one thing, I was holidaying at a fancy tropical resort, when in reality I’m working full time while gestating my third child under four. Secondly, I looked fabulous in a bikini although I’ve never been able to do justice to one in real life. Lastly, I was repeatedly slapping my mother-in-law. What can it possibly signify?

Oh…I’m sorry Sigmund, my mistake. It seems your psychoanalytical services are not required after all.

7 comments:

jan said...

hehehe.
It's so great when people don't need professional help.

littlesnoring said...

Yep, I don't think there is a lot of subtext in that one, just text!

River said...

My dreams often mirror my real life wishes too.

Diesel said...

I had a creepy dream last night. I was sitting and talking with my childhood best friend and his parents. Then I remembered that his dad died 2 years ago from a brain tumor, and concluded that I was hallucinating. I kept trying to make him go away with my mind, but he wouldn't disappear.

I have some weird dreams.

mutleythedog said...

You should not place any significance in dreams - unless they are sexy and involve me - I happen to find pregnant women adorable... *sighs*

Lonie Polony said...

Hey Jan - the jury's still out on whether I need professional help or not. I think I'm one of those cleverly-concealed functioning weirdos.

Littlesnoring - I've never been one for inscrutability, apparently not even in my dreams :)

River - At least we can live out our fantasies while we sleep...

Diesel - maybe it was a message from BEYOND THE GRAVE! Wooo...

Hello Mutley - yeah, I find waddling and involuntary grunting whenever I sit or stand really turns guys on ;)

mutleythedog said...

Yes - it does *sighs*