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    Quote Originally Posted by shhhsleeping View Post
    Unless you are physic I really can't see the point in telling them.
    Lol, yeah. Psychics are way more accurate than dreams.

    ...sorry.

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    Is she likely to be worried by it? If she was, then I wouldn't. It's a dream - it's not the truth coming to you in dream form before it happens. It's just a dream.

    If she's likely to just laugh, ask how it happened, and have a chuckle... then I would.

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    Yup, but just to freak her out hahaha But no... Because then they would be like "OMG, why you dreaming about my man b!atch? He is mine BACK OFF" and go all crazy like hahahaha

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    What would be the purpose in telling her?

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

    Yeah, um what would be the point?
    "Hey Shell, dreamt that Bob died last night."
    Awkward silence because where do you go with that.
    "Yeah? I had cornflakes with chocolate milk this morning. Felt wild."

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

    A lot of my dreams come true so I always get in contact with family and friends if I have a dream about them.

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    Well it would depend on the dream. I've had dreams that have been really freaky and awful and then shortly afterwards something nasty has happened to the person.
    As an example I had a dream a few years back that my sister died and I cut her in half (through her stomach) as a part of the dream. After she was dead mind you... Although I'm not sure that makes a difference .
    Anyway, I rang her and told her about it and then a few weeks later she was in hospital with serious stomach problems. It's happened enough times for me to cautiously tell people to watch their health etc. but I don't say why unless it's a relative or very close friend that knows that I have 'weird' dreams.
    I always tell them not to be paranoid, but just to keep an eye out.

    So it would depend on how well I knew them and what the dream was about and I'd never go into specifics.

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

    I would only tell them if I knew them very very well and that this wouldn't worry them. I place no stock in dreams as they are just our subconscious imagination running wild .

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

    I wouldn't tell, it's kind of a negative thing to bring up in conversation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubs'n'Roses View Post
    Yeah, um what would be the point?
    "Hey Shell, dreamt that Bob died last night."
    Awkward silence because where do you go with that.
    Personally, if my friend said that to me, there wouldnt be an awkward silence and I would go to
    "whaaaat? Did you? What happened?" then listen to dream then respond accordingly like "oohhh creepy, I'll keep him away from *thing that killed him in dream* from now on hey? haha" and then carry on the conversation however it flows...would probably be going on about a dream I recently had.

    ...but again, thats just how I would personally handle it and how I know the people I hang out with would handle it.

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