hotel room annie pop album (My hand hurts)
I was living in a motel room
like my first apartment. Hajnal was staying with me.
The other room was half open to another client, an old woman who
was taking a nap. I realize that this is not real life, but a dream.
Hajnal and I decide to make a pop music album of songs
from Annie. She sings. I play.
This is an experiment to see if it affects the sleeping woman.
People come in and out to listen. Everyone has
their 2 cents of advice (most of whcih I don't agree with)
Hajnal's phone rings. She takes the call in the room
with the sleeping, nameless woman (This is part of the experiment)
Josh and Tyler are there. Josh shakes my hand, but while joking, hurts my fingers.
I get mad at him. He says he didn't do anything wrong.
Tyler pours water on the carpet as a joke. I get irritated with that.
They start to bicker.
My R2-D2 alarm goes off and I wake up.
The first thing I do is write this dream down.
dream 2 (after 20 minute nap)
terror game show
I'm invited to a gameshow in a creepy warehouse/dockyard.
We're given games. There's a really crazy girl who keeps
trying to kill everyone.
She has a mouth that looks like a spaghetti.
We have different costumes. The bigger guys is a vampire.
I'm dressed as a sandbox.
My game is a game about a beach party in the middle of the city with a giant mantis and a giant bunny who dance and wrestle.
They mostly love to dance. I woke up dancing, except laying on the couch.
I was dressed a friendly anthromorphic turtle. The End.
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