Last night I had a complicated and somewhat emotionally distressing dream, but my memories are too hazy to describe it. All I can clearly remember is that, at the very end, I entered my bedroom to discover that North Koreans had completely messed it up, even by disassembling my desk for some reason about "increasing literacy". I assume my bedroom appeared because of my alarm clock ringing, and literacy, because of my Victoria II addiction
Does anyone else have dreams involving "reading" fictional site pages on the internet?
I have them sometimes, and they're certainly the most boring and unimaginative kind of dream anyone could ever have. Instead of scenic landscapes and highly emotional movements that peak as one wakes up, it's just a dull, narcotic experience that gradually fades away until you're conscious and in a poor mood.
Whenever this happens to me, I'm reading either Wikipedia articles or unidentified news sites; in either case, that's a bit problematic, as my memory preserves small pieces of each dream's imaginary content and they merge into my knowledge.
One such dream, the most recent I can remember, involved reading about the pro-Russian rebels in the Donbas, including a lengthy article about how they were losing -"losing to obesity" (kek) or something of the kind. My imagination then drifted to some narrow desert canyon where pro-Russian militiamen fired their AKs at an unseen enemy while peeking in and out of cover. Interestingly enough, there were more of them entering and leaving, like ants, what seemed to be a deep tunnel/cave system through the rocks, but the dream didn't last long enough to explore it.