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#46:  Author: Kashmir PostPosted: Mon 18 Jul, 2005
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On the subject of using toilets in a weird way or going on something that isn't a toilet at all, I dreamed once of peeing on my grandmother's computer.

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#47:  Author: Cynster PostPosted: Mon 18 Jul, 2005
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Toilets appear in my dreams most of the time when I have to pee really bad. I'm just glad when I pee in the dream toilet I don't pee IRL until I actually wake up and go to the bathroom. ^^

#48:  Author: Iluminada PostPosted: Wed 27 Jul, 2005
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Twice w/in the past week or so I've been in search of a toilet. I think Milod789 posted something like this on another thread but I hate them.

I always have to use them so badly and when I find one there is absolutely no privacy, they're in gross horrific places or there isn't one at all.

#49:  Author: Mohegan PostPosted: Wed 27 Jul, 2005
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I haven't had a toilet dream from a long time. Most of the time I dream that I need a drink and that I'm drinking pints or juice. Shortly after I need the bathroom, usually I wake up at that point now.

Fortunately on the rare occations I do pee I don't do it in RL

#50:  Author: Sleepyhead PostPosted: Thu 28 Jul, 2005
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I had one of those famous toilet dreams last night. The room was very old-fashioned. It was in a hall opposite a front door. The walls of the toilet were green painted wood and the floor was lined with black and white squares. The ceiling was very high. Despite my best efforts, the door would not lock. Then, all of the bolts on the door (there were lots!) wouldn't line up with the holes. When I did finally sit on the toilet and wee, sand came out eh I thought it must have been from when I was on the beach.
Then the light went out in the toilet and a bloke walked in thinking it was unoccupied shy2

And I didn't even realise it was a dream grrr

#51:  Author: Iluminada PostPosted: Thu 28 Jul, 2005
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what's a bloke?

#52:  Author: Stormthunder PostPosted: Thu 28 Jul, 2005
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It's Aussie slang for a man. Or some people use it (ie ME) as a derogatory term for your typical unsophisticated blue-collar male. It's not exactly a compliment in my view, but some people (usually blue-collar males) just use it to describe everyday guys.

#53:  Author: Sleepyhead PostPosted: Fri 29 Jul, 2005
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Didn't even notice that I'd used the word 'bloke'. I meant it as an anonymous male DC. It was not meant to be derogatory in any way smile

He he, I've just found quite a good American/English dictionary which might clear up confusion, and it also makes quite amusing reading smile : http://english2american.com/dictionary/b.html

#54:  Author: Love Fairy PostPosted: Sat 30 Jul, 2005
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You mean sleep dreams?

#55:  Author: Iluminada PostPosted: Sat 30 Jul, 2005
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Yes... toilets in sleep dreams.

Welcome Love Fairy.

Bloke SleepyHead that is a funny dictionary. Thanks guys Stormthunder too. That is a funny word. I think I'll use it every now and then. wink

No one will know what I mean here lach2

#56:  Author: Love Fairy PostPosted: Sat 30 Jul, 2005
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I've had a dream before about a toilet, that's when I was like 6. In that dream I accidently threw my doll in the toilet and then I put my hand in the toilet and as my mom sees my hand in there she starts to cry. She said in a crying voice "I'm crying because you put your hand in it!" Great reason to cry, huh!

#57:  Author: Iluminada PostPosted: Sat 30 Jul, 2005
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Toilets as if having to use them...

#58:  Author: Cynster PostPosted: Mon 01 Aug, 2005
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Wow, I thought "bloke" was a pretty commonly-known British/Aussie word. Wow again.

If you really want to learn more of those words and begin understanding them when you hear them, start watching British television if you have access to it (Comcast cable where I live has BBC America). I've learned so many more slang words since I started watching shows like Junkyard Wars (AKA Scrapheap Challenge in the UK), which isn't even on any more in the US as far as I can tell...Absolutely Fabulous (BEST BRITISH SHOW EVER!), Coupling, The Office, etc. One of my favorites is "dodgy", as used in the sentence, "Although I use Windows on my computer, it's a pretty dodgy operating system." Can you guess its meaning from the context? ^^

#59:  Author: Iluminada PostPosted: Mon 01 Aug, 2005
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Ummm.... Nope. But given Sleepyhead's dictionary reference it'd be "shady"?..

#60:  Author: Cynster PostPosted: Tue 02 Aug, 2005
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Shady, crappy, sub-par, you get the idea. ^^



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