} You have encountered a phenomenon not uncommon in our society.
} These are some facts to consider when dealing with this:
} Pro primo: The fact that you were dreaming implies that you were
} asleep, which is a sign of a good, solid state of
} conscience, especially if it ocurred during a math lecture
} or "Leave it to Beaver".
} Pro secundo: If you were not asleep, you were what we specialists call
} "day-dreaming", but as you state that this event happened
} at night, the terminology becomes quite confused.
} Pro Tertio: Freud was a loony.
} So, you have had a dream, and that's very good. It means that you are an
} conscious, sensitive person, perhaps even hovering at the limit of
} literacy. Now, the next step is trying to REMEMBER what the dream was
} ABOUT. This may seem confusing, or even alarming, at first, but dreams
} usually have some form of contents. The next time you have one, try to
} remember it (a good trick, especially before 5 am, is to wake your
} spouse/brother/sister/roommate/neighbor and tell it to him/her in
} great detail) and then check it against the following list to reveal
} the TRUE MEANING of it:
} APRONS, BUTCHER'S, SEVERAL, to wear: You will get a minor role in the
} Broadway version of The Texas
} Chainsaw Massacre.
} AUSTRALIANS, to insult: Your great-uncle Bernhard in Wooloomooloo,
} Sydney, will send you a live platypus for
} your next birthday.
} BAG OF EASTER EGGS, to bang into wall: You will see a wet stain.
} BLONDES AND BRUNETTES, BEAUTIFUL, BUSTY, to enjoy the company of: see
} CLIFF, HUGE, to fall from: You will ask someone else to change that
} light bulb for you.
} EMPEROR, ROMAN, to irritate by your religious conviction: Your cat will
} begin to eye
} you hungrily.
} FLARES, to wear: You will become no 1 on the British top 10 hit list.
} HORSE, DEAD, to flog: You will become New Kids On The Block's manager.
} HORSE, GIFT, to look in mouth: You will read the ingredients declaration
} on your breakfast cereal.
} PANTS, not wearing any in public: You are not dreaming! Hurry up, find
} something to cover you up before any-
} one will notice and you make a total
} fool of yourself.
} PEAS, to stuff up your nose: I haven't the faintest idea what THAT could
} PINE TREE, to sit in: You will, in a most painful (or PINE-full, ha ha)
} way, find a pin (or a PINE, double ha ha) in your
} new Armani shirt.
} THORNTON, to be named: Your name is Emerson.
} TOTAL RECALL AND PREDATOR, to appreciate: You will drown the next time
} you go out when it's raining.
} XYZZY, to say: A green bird will block your path.
} You owe the Oracle a set of black leather bed linen.