Friday, October 9, 2009

I had a dream...

This morning I had a dream just before waking up…
I dreamt that I was in Paris (scary already, huh?) with Mrs. Sunshine-Salaryman and we were looking at some goods from street vendors...
There we met a creepy looking young girl around 10 years old, who was selling horror DVDs for 50 yen a piece...
She invited us over to her place since she needed help with something and we were curious and felt sorry for her so we followed her home...
It was a barren apartment but in the corner of the room she had a 30x30x30cm something box colored with psychedelic colors...
Inside it was a large purple insect who spoke in a baritone voice, ordering the girl around to do some errands...
The insect seemed evil, so I did some research on it and found out that the insects legs(?) were made out of wood from the handle of an axe used to execute murderers...
I considered squashing it but decided against it since it would leave such a nasty mess (the only thing more disgusting than a large living bug is a squashed bug)...

Then I woke up just a few minutes before the alarm rang and when I retold this freaky dream to Mrs. Sunshine-Salaryman over breakfast her comment was “you know, maybe you shouldn’t play scary video games just before going to bed?”. Something to ponder indeed, but with the DLC out for Fallout 3 on the PS3 I don’t feel like I have much of an option…

5 comments:

William said...

No bug-infested dreams here, but I agree about the games before bed... Sometimes you just don't have a choice in the matter.

Danielle said...

Hollywood is desperate for horror scripts these days and if they receive one from Japan whoa! Write that thing! LOL

Martin said...

Is this a common problem for slarymen in Tokyo?

Mr. Salaryman said...

Pretty nasty dream, I tell you... I do hate bugs, but since I never really caught the bug doing anything else than being creepy and I could've squashed him if I wanted, I guess it's not really a horror movie...

iago said...

I call BS. They don't use Yen in Paris.

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