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    Default If you dreamt that a friend's husband died..

    Would you tell her?

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    No... maybe if it was under exceptionally hilarious circumstances and I thought she'd appreciate it. But... no.

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    Default If you dreamt that a friend's husband died..

    Oh no I don't think I could tell her even though it was only a dream 😳

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    Default If you dreamt that a friend's husband died..

    Nooo, it would freak me out!

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    Erm yeah. I wouldnt make a specific call or try be all serious with her but maybe in passing Id say "oh hey, I had the most random dream the other night".
    I woudlnt be freaked out if someone told me they dreamt my partner died..unless they told me in a super serious way and were somewhat psychic.

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    No, I wouldn't tell her.

    I have never told anyone if I dreamt they or someone they know died as those dreams usually rattle me so much that I put them out of my mind.

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    no i wouldnt ...and nor would i want to know if my friend had a dream of the sort ....


    ive had the reality of a partner dying ..hearing about it in a dream isnt something im keen on

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    Nope. I recently dreamt a friend's DS had died in a car accident... it was horrible, woke up feeling sick but relieved it was a dream. Don't think I can bring myself to mention it to her. The scary thing is though I do sometimes have dreams that come true.

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    Default If you dreamt that a friend's husband died..

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    No... maybe if it was under exceptionally hilarious circumstances and I thought she'd appreciate it. But... no.
    This, I don't think I would like being told that kind of thing

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    No, I wouldn't.


 

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