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Why Do We Readily Accept The Nature Of Our Dreams When Asleep ?
« Reply #25 on: 04/07/2011 23:37:18 »
I reckon as we seem to be talking about the unintended release of bodily fluids that the worst one must be when you think you need to fart but have also eaten something a little dodgy!  This is a most unpleasant feeling as you realise that gas what not the only thing you just let go!  Fortunately this has not happened in a dream!
 

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Why Do We Readily Accept The Nature Of Our Dreams When Asleep ?
« Reply #26 on: 05/07/2011 10:14:04 »
I reckon as we seem to be talking about the
unintended release of bodily fluids that the worst one
must be when you think you need to fart but have also eaten something a little dodgy!  This is a most
unpleasant feeling as you realise that gas what not the only thing you just let go!  Fortunately this has not happened in a dream!
I'm not sure how fortunate you were...LOL I think I would rather have it happen in a dream then somewhere out in puplic! Old..LOL...what about you???



 

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Why Do We Readily Accept The Nature Of Our Dreams When Asleep ?
« Reply #27 on: 05/07/2011 11:26:37 »
dreams are just brainfarts unless theres enuff anxiety to result in a heart attack & possible involuntary deffecation?   never tried that!    well almost
 

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