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Because you know.. that there is no way in hell that a 3 way with oscar award winning actresses is real..And so your brain starts laughing because he can't hold a straight face any longer..
Your dreams are trying to keep you asleep rather than just laying in bed. To do this they distract you from whatever is trying to wake you up. The moment of waking is the moment of most distraction when all the dream's forces are marshalled against your waking.
I don't know about anyone else, but I only tend to remember my dreams if I wake up during them. It could be neilep that you in fact have many exciting dreams that reach their climactic comclusion, but you don't realise because the only ones you remember are the ones that didn't finish.
... the familiarity of a moment or situation came from something Pre-Dreamed.
One, known as déjà rêve (already dreamt), is that form of déjà experience in which the person has the impression that he is reliving an experience he has had previously while asleep
The strongest pathological association of déjà vu is with temporal lobe epilepsy. This correlation has led some researchers to speculate that the experience of déjà vu is possibly a neurological anomaly related to improper electrical discharge in the brain.
... seems very plausible in that a person with high dream re-call attributes a déjà vu experience more easily to a previous dream. On the other hand, the impression of having dreamed the actually occurring events arises within that moment and usually cannot be attributed to a particular dream in the past, even if the persons kept dream diaries in order to document the dreams prior to the déjà rêve experience.