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View Poll Results: Have you ever felt like "life is a dream" in any point in your life?

Yes, I have expirienced this, or something simialar to it 16 80.00%
No, but I have expirienced other weird feelings 0 0%
No, not at all 4 20.00%
Other (please state) 0 0%
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Old 06-30-2008, 05:32 AM   #16
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has anyone here ever had simialar situations in which you feel certain things around you are "dream like"?
i remember when i was little, i was looking at our red drawer and kept repeating kuya (which means brother in tagalog) then i repeated it so many times that i couldn't remember what it means anymore. at that moment i think i didn't know where i was.

but then you remember and everything makes sense again. like life is real.
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Old 06-30-2008, 07:36 AM   #17
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I had a stone (a kidneystone, they've gotta be passed.--) Went to the Emergency Room: they gave me "Nubain." Whooooeieieee! Floating on a cloud 'til I passed out. (Did I pass out?--I don't really remember. However, I was almost literally dreaming.)
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Old 06-30-2008, 10:09 AM   #18
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i remember when i was little, i was looking at our red drawer and kept repeating kuya (which means brother in tagalog) then i repeated it so many times that i couldn't remember what it means anymore. at that moment i think i didn't know where i was.

but then you remember and everything makes sense again. like life is real.
True.

Many times you can force yourself into weird states.

For example stay in a room and do go outside to the city (or town), for the whole day, leave at night and things seem surreal.

They do for me the times if I've done thise.
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