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Work Training / Competition | Dorm Sekso

Dream 1

All that I can remember of this dream is that it involved training / a competition / work.

This was possibly all connected to work, I could be wrong though, but I do know that part of the dream took place at maybe a slightly fictional version of The BP Library.

Part of the assumed work training / competition possibly involved a sniping / shooting competition, and I know that another part involved getting through an obstacle course that required: jumping, pole vaulting, climbing, et cetera over fences and walls and other structures.

My female coworker KE was in the dream, at the work parts of the dream inside the library, and maybe the work training / competition parts as well;

Ŝi portis malkaŝan vestaĵon kiu montris egavaelc, that was distracting, and I remember stumbling over some of my words at first as I talked to her at her desk.

Nathan Fisher was in the dream as well, but that is all that I can remember of this dream.

Dream 2

All that I can remember of this dream is that it seemed to take place inside a college dorm where I was living, I guess I was in college, and my dorm room was at the very end of the hallway straight ahead instead of along the left and right sides of the hall.

I possibly had one or more roommates but I can not remember, I can only remember part of the end of the dream, I just remember being in my dorm room at some point laying on my bed.

I remember an attractive woman with light-medium color skin with maybe somewhat curly medium-length brown / yellow entering the room at some point, and we said a few things that I can not remember to each other.

Then the woman sat on my bed as we continued talking, and then she probably laid on my bed as we continued talking.

Post kiam ŝi aliĝis al mi en lito, ni komencis havi sekson, ŝanĝante ofte seksajn poziciojn; sed tiam ni haltis kiam virino kun helkolora haŭto kun flavaj haroj, kiuj eble estis Moment eniris la ĉambron.

Ni diris kelkajn aferojn unu al la alia, eble la virino aŭ Moment tuj aliĝis, kaj la virino kaj mi iris por komenci havi sekson denove; sed ni estis interrompitaj de viro, kiu eniris la ĉambron, kiu eble estis mia ĉambrokunulo.

We stopped what we were doing after my assumed roommate entered the room, I remember walking across the room as we talked, and then I saw a man with light-color skin wearing a dark-blue hoodie with the hood on who was trying to look through a peephole in our door and through a window on the hallway wall to see into our room.

The man looked like maybe he was homeless, on drugs, and was possibly up to no good like he was trolling.

I asked the others if they knew the man, none of them did, I did not want to open the door to see what he wanted because I sensed that something bad would happen; but I did so anyway because I wanted to help him if I could.

I told the man that I would let him inside the room briefly so that he could pick out some items that he needed like food, water, and some other supplies; but only if he behaved himself, and let us check him for weapons first.

The man agreed, I did not believe him though, and I had my assumed roommate check him for weapons while I kept him still.

The man did not have any weapons, I reminded him about the rules, and then I let him go so that he could pick out the items that he wanted to take with him; but he started grabbing the items and throwing them, and he started trying to mess up the room.

Like I had predicted, I regretted trying to help him, I gave him a chance though; but I woke up as I rushed to grab the man to stop him from messing up our dorm room any further.

The end,

-John Jr

4 replies on “Work Training / Competition | Dorm Sekso”

Hello True George,

Congratulations on noticing this, for a moment there I thought that no one would notice. 😀

Yes, it was intentional, it was an experiment.

Some reasons for this experiment were: that I am currently attempting to learn some Esperanto through Duolingo and I got the idea to test using Esperanto sometimes to somewhat censor things (also for some practice if I get good enough to start typing posts in that language) because during the quarantine I started sharing my posts on my Facebook Profile so some of my coworkers et cetera might see this which could be awkward. 😀

I cheated though because I used Google Translate, my Esperanto is not that good yet, and probably will never be unless I finally actually finish a language course for the first time ever. 😀

If by some miracle I survive an Esperanto course or several, I may move on to another language like Spanish or French, basically I am experimenting with using Esperanto as a starter language (like how in public school the recorder (musical instrument) was used as a starter musical instrument).

If you copy and paste the Esperanto parts into Google Translate, set it to translate from Esperanto to English, then you can see the translations (except for one word that was just that word spelled backward).

Thank you for commenting,
-John Jr

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Yeah it was something original.
My first thoughts was that how lucky you are to recall a language picked up in the dream state. I was curious to see if it had any meaning and put the non -English words in the Google translator. Then I saw the other sentence and what is said perhaps you didn’t want the experience to be apparent so you masked it….

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Well done True George, I doubted that they would bother to go through all of that in the small chance that one of them were to read it, not that it was a big deal or anything; thank you for commenting on my experiment.

I am curious to see what will happen if I can keep up the language learning, particularly with Esperanto, will it start appearing in my dreams more often; and will I remember what was said in that language to increasing degrees or will I give up as usual, and only have other languages pop up here and there with little remembered of what was said exactly in those languages.

Thank you for commenting,
-John Jr

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