Oh my, another dream thread :D
Well, this one's an oldy, but one I will never forget. For some reason I start off in the Hundred-Acre Woods with Pooh and all his friends, soon enough having Pooh wander off into a rabbit hole. And of course I end up following him down to try and save him. Then from one Disney story to another, I'm falling down a twisted version of the Wonderland hole, floating down with images of horrors like murders in action inside picture frames, terribly disfigured faces, multitudes of coloured paints and other unknown fluids dripping up, down, through the air, and through my very being. Soon enough I land softly in a maze made entirely of wood, crooked walls everywhere zig zagging every which direction. Pooh's friends soon stumble down to meet me and we split up to look for the silly bear. As time goes by it's like I'm not even in my body, but looking down on it as the maze shows itself to me from above. Every curve and sharp turn filling my eyes showing just how insanely built this maze is and how impossible it'd be to find an exit without a guide. But soon enough, a center is found with a giant wooden door coloured gold towered ahead of me with Pooh standing in front of it, back turned. As I made my way to him, a giant lion of shadows catches me in his grasp, pulling me into the sky to fill my vision only of him roaring a sound that shook me to the core. I yelled back to him "I'm not afraid" with confidence, feeling shaken but not scared of the beast. It felt like forever him holding me up in the air before I finally woke up...
One of my most memorable dreams.
"Cogito, ergo es eggo." A.K.A. "I think, therefore you are a waffle."