Does it mean you are scary if someone has a nightmare about you?

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A dude from my high school had a nightmare I was trying to kill him in a theme park; he works for the British Army so surely there would be scarier things to have nightmares about?
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what's scary is posting this at this time of the day!!
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what's scary is posting this at this time of the day!!
Yeah, TSR does get messed up after midnight, I have noticed. I thought it would be fitting
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:giggle: No, to some of this that means you turn us on.
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I've dreamt about giant spiders chasing me doesnt mean spiders are scary although that can be subjective :lol:
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(Original post by bluemadhatter)
I've dreamt about giant spiders chasing me doesnt mean spiders are scary although that can be subjective :lol:
Arachnophobia is certainly a real thing haha

Yeah, like you said, it can be very subjective
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Arachnophobia is certainly a real thing haha

Yeah, like you said, it can be very subjective
okay another example would be IF I had dreamt about giant bunnies chasing me it doesnt mean that bunnies are scary
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anyway can anyone help me with literary devices on here??!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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anyway can anyone help me with literary devices on here??!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You're better off posting your own thread in the relevant section
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Why post this as Anonymous?
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(Original post by bluemadhatter)
okay another example would be IF I had dreamt about giant bunnies chasing me it doesnt mean that bunnies are scary
Oh, okay, that makes more sense
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You're better off posting your own thread in the relevant section
just help as i just helped you!
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Why post this as Anonymous?
It kind of comes under 'relationships' doesn't it?
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just help as i just helped you!
I'm not sure anyone on TSR at this time even knows that a literary device is; there are many people of different academic backgrounds here on TSR and there won't be many on at this time who can help you. If you post your question, say, at 7pm (because that's when most users are in) in the English literature/ language section you will get a lot more replies
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I'm not sure anyone on TSR at this time even knows that a literary device is; there are many people of different academic backgrounds here on TSR and there won't be many on at this time who can help you. If you post your question, say, at 7pm (because that's when most users are in) in the English literature/ language section you will get a lot more replies
thanks!! how simple was that?
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thanks!! how simple was that?
Who even are you? I stopped studying English at GCSE even though I got A's in both
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Who even are you? I stopped studying English at GCSE even though I got A's in both
what? i asked how simple was given me the advice.......i never asked when you stopped studying gcses
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what? i asked how simple was given me the advice.......i never asked when you stopped studying gcses
Generally speaking people would respond better given that are a little more polite next time....
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Generally speaking people would respond better given that are a little more polite next time....
i wasn't trying ti be cheeky or anything but i apologise if you say so
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