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Old 03-11-2010, 14:56   #1
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I've Just Had My First Wet Dream

I've just had my first wet dream - my first dream with me on a sailing boat (well, what did you think I meant?). The only annoying thing is that I cannot remember much of the detail - not even if it was a blue water hulled boat. It was anchored in a sunny harbour somewhere but nowhere I know.

How sad is that?

Who else has had "wet dreams"?
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Since circumstances demoted me back down to the under 25ft range I've been having 'Dry Dreams'.....
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Old 03-11-2010, 15:01   #3
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Are you sure since you don't rememeber the details?

I haven't had one yet. But my wife has had 3 (that she admits to):
- sailing the boat down the highway in high wind yelling to people she can't stop and to get out of the way
- driving the dingy with a bunchof people in and then going of a hill on the ski sloop with people jumping out of the dingy along the way
- a reallllllly werid one about lanuching the boat and a CVS inside a cave with a lagoon in the center of the CVS

Guess I need to work on that sunny part of dream for her.
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- sailing the boat down the highway in high wind yelling to people she can't stop and to get out of the way
Sheesh - women drivers! I take it the boat wasn't a fin keel since it would fall over on the road.

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- driving the dingy with a bunchof people in and then going of a hill on the ski sloop with people jumping out of the dingy along the way
Ski sloop? Bit of a freudian sloop there, methinks.
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Sheesh - women drivers! I take it the boat wasn't a fin keel since it would fall over on the road.


Ski sloop? Bit of a freudian sloop there, methinks.

It is a fin keel, I never really thought about the thing that much. I don't get the ski sloop freudain (because I don't listen well enough,because of MOM probably). I posted the dreams earlier, got a great freudian analysis on one (worth a site search I think)
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Every time I leave the hatch open over the bed, I seem to have wet dreams. Are they related?
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Every time I leave the hatch open over the bed, I seem to have wet dreams. Are they related?
Obviously not the pleasurable kind...
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