I am surprised that this is still on YouTube, they went a bit too far on this one compared to part 1 (JAWBREAKER – (Ed Edd N Eddy Parody)), I do like how the animation is better though; and while the dialogue (it is still Shakespearean though) & music is not as good as part 1 in my opinion, the surrealist grim disturbing horror is more severe than part 1.
This dream was possibly partly inspired by me watching the opening credits for the TV show His Dark Materials (Season 2) last night when I started watching an episode.
Unfortunately I can not remember most of this dream now, I just know that the end of the dream took place in one or more alternate realities / dimensions / universes / whatever.
I was very close to returning my Wyze Band that I just got and so I am glad that they released this commercial and preorder for their upcoming Wyze Watch, this has pretty much every feature that I wanted except for it lacking stress tracking & breathing exercises & stopwatch & flashlight & a virtual assistant (hopefully they will add these features), this watch saved Wyze for me, I really do want to give them a chance because they are an American company offering affordable products, and I hope that they will continue to improve the Wyze Band because it still has issues (like water activating the screen); and I hope that the Wyze Watch will not have those same issues.
The Wyze Watch is just $20 during preorder (you can not beat that price for these features for a smartwatch from an American company), so preorder it now while you can, I have preordered it:
All that I can remember of this dream is that it involved Tenet-like time manipulation like in the movie Tenet that I saw recently, but that is all that I can remember of this dream.
This dream took place during the day in a fictional city in a field outside and inside a tented area at a small fairground-like where an event was taking place, and I was there with some of my family including my deceased grandfather CE; but I did not remember that my grandfather CE had died several years ago.
They actually did a pretty good job with this parody of Tenet, and I like the line at the end that basically sums up trying to make sense of the movie Tenet:
Don’t try to understand it, it’s Nolan.