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    Friends tell me all their stupid dreams concerning me. I've died, I've cheated, I've been a burlesque stripper at the show.

    So far, I've done of those things, so I don't really care if friends tell me this stuff... but some people take dreams too seriously and telling them this might freak them out. I think it'd weird me out if someone called me JUST to tell me about their dream. In conversation it makes sense... but not telling them being the sole point of the conversation. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    A lot of my dreams come true so I always get in contact with family and friends if I have a dream about them.
    Yep same! Hence why I am not sure wether to open my mouth or not

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

    Any time I've ever heard a story of someone dreaming about another person's death and the person dies - they still end up dead. So even if it's something that happens telling her won't actually change anything will it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokey Pokey View Post
    Yep same! Hence why I am not sure wether to open my mouth or not
    With respect, how many dreams in a year would you have that come true compared to how many dreams you have that don't come true?

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

    It's just a dream, it doesn't mean anything unless you want it to.

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

    Sorry but I think dreams predicting things like that are a load of hogwash. What is to be gained by telling your friend? Easing your own conscience? As if someone wants to hear someone had a dream that their partner died. Horrible.

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    I don't think anyone would want me to tell them that I'd dreamt about them or their hubby dying; only because I had a dream last year about my uncle dying and a week later he did- It was unexpected and really random, the only person I told about the dream at the time was DH. After the funeral I eventually told his wife, my aunty, about the dream and everyone was really stunned. If I had a similar dream I'd just keep my mouth shut as I wouldn't to freak anyone out!

    I dreamt that my besties DH shot someone and I told her all about and we just laughed because it was so far fetched and silly.

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    [QUOTE=~Bec~;7035454]With respect, how many dreams in a year would you have that come true compared to how many dreams you have that don't come true?[/QUOT

    Very often, happens on a weekly basis. And I hate it too

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Sorry but I think dreams predicting things like that are a load of hogwash. What is to be gained by telling your friend? Easing your own conscience? As if someone wants to hear someone had a dream that their partner died. Horrible.
    Definately not to ease my conscience... more like to pre warn them. But anyway, I decided not to say a thing.


 

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