Thursday, May 10, 2007

Dreams, Describing your

Never give a library coworker a play-by-play account of last night's dream. It's never as interesting to the other person as it is to you. Exceptions can be made for sexuality explicit or graphically violent dreams involving a boss or a common enemy.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey! How did you know about my dream with High-Maintenance ILL Man?? Not that it was actually violent: I just threatend to call the police to toss him out on his ear.

Anonymous said...

Should I check to see whether anyone is on the other side of the cubicle wall before I launch into the recitation?

CG said...

Damn, this tip came one day too late :(

alea said...

wait...why would you want to share your expilict dreams about an enemy?

Anonymous said...

How about made up characters that only appear in dreams? (just asking...)

Anonymous said...

Not even the film noir dream where our dog was a serial killer wearing a tight dress and stiletto heels?

Idun said...

okay, fine! I'll stop... imbecile!

The Topiary Cow said...

Exceptions, of course, for Topiary.

ALL our dreams are tasteful and entertaining, as well as leafy and green.

Moo!

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theotherwaldo said...

I kinda like the dream where the library director replaced us all with male strippers. Each had his own spotlight. Or the one where we got sponsored by Coca-Cola and had to wear red-and-white suits and offices were hidden within stacks of merchandise.

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