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Fun Friday the 13th


macroman 11 15.3k England
12 Feb 2004 11:21PM
What the heck is a dream catcher??

Is it like net curtains??

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faerie 10 48 Scotland
12 Feb 2004 11:27PM
lol no its a hanging thing with a web shape at the top to catch the bad dreams and feathers coming down from it to let the good dreams in!
macroman 11 15.3k England
12 Feb 2004 11:31PM
?????

So it is a bit like a net curtain with feathers then ;o)
Carabosse e2
11 39.7k 269 England
12 Feb 2004 11:35PM
You can see a dreamcatcher HERE
macroman 11 15.3k England
12 Feb 2004 11:41PM
Thanks 'C'.

Do they work?
Where do you put the batteries?
faerie 10 48 Scotland
12 Feb 2004 11:41PM
i would look at the link but i would be afraid to crash my computer! but im sure carabosse's picture explains my terrible explaination. there was a film called dreamcatcher too. stephen king book! book was excellent but film was pants!
faerie 10 48 Scotland
12 Feb 2004 11:44PM
har har! Grin no idea if they work, they look pretty though and iv not had any bad dreams so far!
edit - thought of another one, if you squash a spider it makes it rain! so if there is a drought (my spelling is all over the joint tonight so please tell me how you spell drout, drought etc!) get squashing them beasties! Grin
macroman 11 15.3k England
12 Feb 2004 11:53PM
I don't have bad dreams either, just weird ones. LoL

Do dreams come in from outside?

I was under the impression that dreams were generated in the brain itself, either as a minor malfunction or as a form of safety valve to relieve the stresses of life etc.
If that is the case then a dreamcatcher would keep in the bad dreams and let the good ones escape.


DROUGHT, SPYDER. LoL
faerie 10 48 Scotland
12 Feb 2004 11:54PM
oh thought of another one! i was told if you squash a spider it makes it rain..! so if there is a water shortage get squashin them beasties! Grin
faerie 10 48 Scotland
12 Feb 2004 11:57PM
god dammit i hate this computer!!!! anyway im not sure how it works! or even if it does work, its just a superstitious thing! i dont think th e people who thought it up were considering the scientific reasoning of dreams Grin
faerie 10 48 Scotland
13 Feb 2004 12:00AM
hey dont take the pee! i know perfectly well spider is spider not spyder! i just dont know the other one! iv had a hard day and my computer is about to go out the window so take pity on a blonde girl ok! lol!
macroman 11 15.3k England
13 Feb 2004 12:11AM
Arachnid,

Isn't there one about saying "White Rabbits"?
I'm not sure, is it on the new moon or the 1st of the month or something?

Why not White Badgers?
macroman 11 15.3k England
13 Feb 2004 12:22AM
I've been corrected. Apparently to have good luck through the month do the following:-

Before you go to bed on the last day of the month, the last thing you should say is "White Rabbits".

In the morning of the new month, your first words must be "White Rabbits".

What a load of Burrows!
LoL
13 Feb 2004 12:28AM
Not "White Badgers?"

Just Jas
macroman 11 15.3k England
13 Feb 2004 12:41AM
He, He.

Good night.

Sweet dreams, or weird ones.

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