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Dream interpretation

Can anyone interpret dreams??? I keep dreaming of sailboats. Last night it was sails, the shape of a spinnaker, the different pieces of sail and stitching holding the panels together.

Does anyone else have dreams at night about sailing...like almost every night?
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Freud would normally relate sailing dreams with a hidden love for sheep...

What you have inside you is sheep love..let it all out...look at Cam....
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Freud would normally relate sailing dreams with a hidden love for sheep...

What you have inside you is sheep love..let it all out...look at Cam....
I'm making a bikini for mine out of slick tape!!
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Freud pretty much related any dream to a hidden love of sheep...
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Do sheep have sailing dreams? And what would Freud relate that to?
If you dream about sheep, does that mean you want to sail? (And I'm not admitting to ANY dreams before I get straight and well thought out answers) Btw. My boat sails like a dream. That means a lot to me, but not to Freud (I guess).
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Man you guys sure do seem like you like your farm animals, I wonder if this is how the whole thing started about counting sheep at night to fall a sleep started.
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What did you mean "going downhill quickly"?
What hill?, there ain't no freakin hil... Gui skipped the hill altogether and started in the gutter.

I have a question though. What if I have been dreaming of sheep???

I'm not saying I have or haven't. But what do you think? Is it normal???
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