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    How do i stop myself getting nightmares please
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    cheese gives you nightmares?
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    nightmares involving monkeys. every damn time
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    Science had had its hands on this theory and it is HOCUS POCUS,,,,,According to "The British Cheese Board" (Best name ever)
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    Eat crackers, they counteract the effect of the cheese. Everyone knows you need to eat crackers with cheese.
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    damn those evil monkeys
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    (Original post by INeedToLoseWeight)
    nightmares involving monkeys. every damn time
    Be afraid.
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    Cheese contains a chemical which actually helps you sleep, I'm told. The idea that cheese gives you nightmares is a myth as far as I know.

    On a more general note, why are you afraid of nightmares? They're only thoughts so can't actually harm you.
    I get terrible dreams every now and then but I don't let that affect me because I know they're not real - it's just a small part of my mind fabricating an illusion.
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    Eat some eggs, ham and milk. It will then make an omelette in your stomach.

    Omelettes don't give you nightmares (as far as I know), it's fool proof! :borat:
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    I'd be more worried about the constipation you'll have when you wake up the next day.
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    (Original post by Arcanine)
    Be afraid.
    holy crap thats freaky
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    you need to lose weight, cheese isn't good for you dear
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    (Original post by Mr. Gutsy)
    I'd be more worried about the constipation you'll have when you wake up the next day.
    since when did cheese cause constipation?
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    (Original post by INeedToLoseWeight)
    since when did cheese cause constipation?
    Since Elvis Presley died from constipation, after eating too many cheeseburgers.
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    Is this a trolling attempt or does cheese really give you nightmares about monkeys? :hmmm:
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    Counteract the nightmare inducing power of the cheese with anything and everything that promotes nice dreams- have a drink of cocoa and read a childhood story to yourself.
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    (Original post by Mr. Gutsy)
    Since Elvis Presley died from constipation, after eating too many cheeseburgers.
    Elvis Presely died from a heart attack whilst on the toilet..
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    I actually heard that cheese doesn't give you nightmares and if i remember correctly can give you nicer dreams although this research was conducted by the national cheese foundation or something like that so i'm rather sceptical
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    I eat cheese specifically because it gives me interesting dreams , i was basically in the movie deep impact last night, it was awesome.
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    (Original post by INeedToLoseWeight)
    Elvis Presely died from a heart attack whilst on the toilet..
    ... Offset by chronic constipation.
 
 
 
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