20 May, 2011
let me set this up for you. i went to see tense play last night. their opening act was two girls doing some s+m play. when they were finished i went to the bathroom which was one room with two toilets side by side and a sink. one of the girls who was wearing only the smallest g-string i've ever seen and white duct tape in upside down crosses over her nipples was in there cleaning the fake blood off of herself. i tried to walk out but she told me to come on in, so i said "i am going to pee while you're doing that." i then questioned her further about her fake blood use and was assured that it was easy to clean off. after i was done with my business i left but i can't remember what i said to her before i made my exit.
i'm pretty convinced that my life isn't real.
08 May, 2011
according to dr. stephen laBerge in 'lucid dreaming: the power of being awake and aware in your dreams', "accounts of mutual dreaming (dreams apparently shared by two or more people) raise the possibility that the dream world may be in some cases just as objectively real as the physical world. this is because the primary criterion of objectivity is that an experience is shared by more than one person - a fact supposedly true of mutual dreams."