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Wicked dreams

Last night, I was dreaming that I was making a movie, and I had to do a sex scene.
My partner in the sex scene was my favorite stripper from Des Moines. For now, just imagine perfect body, smooth skin, and an amazing sensuality.

Bear in mind that for a sex scene in a movie, you don't actually <>have</i> sex (unless you're making a porn or you're Mickey Rourke), but you do tend to get pretty intimate. And there is usually a crew around: camera operator, cinematographer, gaffer, sound recordist, and various others. All watching.

So in this scene, I was performing. And she was, too. It was amazing. Sensual, gentle, slow caresses, soft kisses, nibbles and licks... it was very good.
Over and over.

All. Night. Long.

Part way through, we realized that we were really getting turned on by each other, and there was no *release* possible. And for some reason, this caused us to escalate the sensuality-- kind of like a competition. And it got more and more amazing...

All. Night. Long.

When I woke up this morning, I was nearly blind. My skin was absolutely vibrating, and even moving on the sheets made me gasp in ecstacy. And even now I am still very sparkly.

This makes it really hard to concentrate.

I can say one thing. When I do finally decide to come down off of the celibacy horse and find a woman, she is going to have the time of her life.


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Sep. 1st, 2004 12:13 pm (UTC)
Do you mind if I tell you what I think it means or do you prefer to interpret your own dreams?
Sep. 1st, 2004 12:57 pm (UTC)
Please go ahead. I always like input from others-- it usually makes me think. :)
Sep. 1st, 2004 01:33 pm (UTC)
For a shiny quarter, I'll also connect you with your dead ancestors
There's some assumptions that I make about dreams, one is that sex dreams are pretty much the only ones that can be immediately discounted as "not about sex", the other is that all identifiable people (someone you know at least a little) do not represent themselves, they represent the dreamer, i.e. an argument with your friend Billy-Bob who is normally a very apathetic, soft spoken guy is more a representation of an internal conflict with the apathetic, soft spoken part of your personality.

Right now, you feel as if you are becoming more "sensual" and you're happier with your body image than you have been in a long while. You are frustrated that you don't have any way to express it, though and the people around you don't seem to notice.

Maybe way off, enjoy the sparklieness no matter what. :)
Sep. 1st, 2004 02:12 pm (UTC)
Re: For a shiny quarter, I'll also connect you with your dead ancestors
That is a good call-- though I think that it also is ebbing into that no-emotional-risk territory that Lex pointed out a few days ago. Thus the movie setting (it's not *real*) and the stripper (no emotional ties there).

I'm not sure about the competitive nature and the escalation though. I am usually pretty good about getting dream-messages, and this one was a definitely hit-me-over-the-head-until-I-bleed type of message.
Sep. 2nd, 2004 11:46 am (UTC)
Re: For a shiny quarter, I'll also connect you with your dead ancestors
Ooooh! I do like Lex's interpretation better, I kept getting stuck on this being someone you know (which you don't really know her well enough for my interpretation to work).
The "competition" may have just been a desire to show off your more creative side.
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