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I had a "nightmare" shortly before I woke up. I dreamt that I was brushing my teeth and sometimes when I brush my teeth, my gums bleed in a certain spot.... I forgot what that is called when one bruses so frequently but still they bleed...

Well anyway in the dream I brush my teeth and then all of a sudden while I was rinsing with water, one of the bottom incisors came loose and comes OUT!!! and I spit it out with the water and when I felt and saw, I clamped my mouth shut in the dream and just screamed.

I know it's not as bad and painful as getting one just yanked out by whoever but then it's more vain than anything b/c there's the psychological pain of walking around with a gap in your smile and I'm glad I woke up to feel no tooth missing really b/c then I would be so much uglier than I am already.

Well....I thought everything was okay from last night because I had the idea to do "go back" to a restore checkpoint from "my side" of the system and it worked last night b/c I was able to stay on for an hour or so before getting off and hybernating the computer but just before finishing this post, Norton updated and alerted me that I have...

W32.Sasser.B :(


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May. 2nd, 2004 07:48 am (UTC)
Oh, I HATE those dreams! I have dreams about my teeth being really crooked or having a really obvious tooth come lose... or not having a tooth there at all. I never feel any pain, only this aweful feeling that somethings horribly wrong.

The worst part is, those dreams always seem REAL. Like, normally I can tell when I'm dreaming, but not with those dreams. I'm trapped in them.

*shivers* Sometimes nightmares come in strange packages don't they?

Sorry to hear about the virus dude! Do you have any type of firewall or virus scanner for your emails? I dunno, trying to help.

Your Mom seems somewhat irresponsible... she's OLD though. Which is a mean enough thing to say about a women, so I don't feel further stuff needs to be said. ;)
May. 2nd, 2004 10:33 am (UTC)
I know and you also know under my circumstances that I could say TONS of mean things about her but I didn't. Doesn't stop me from thinking them for the rest of my life though...or maybe the rest of her life.

I'd never marry anyone that's even remotely like my mom...I'd marry a Christian of course...or try to, but no one like my mom. Remind me to take the "cowards' way out" if I ever do have a serious mental disturbance and do so. Then again if I never do confide at all with 9.999999999% of my family anymore, then I probably have nothing to worry about since if I even detect a trace of the potential one being at all like my mom, I'd probably clam up and start hating her guts!

*mutters "death to codependency....quicker deaths to living effigies of codependency..." ;)*


Yeah you'd never know how off I am about teeth. Ever seen the movie "Stir of Echoes" with Kevin Bacon in it? Not much blood and not really horror but more like suspense...but it is an example that I can sit through a Freddy or Jason movie and possibly not flinch but yet a tooth extraction or something causes a tooth to be graphically knocked out or even a resuting gap would make me totally flinch and either shut my eyes or look quickly away, like "Get out of my head!!"
May. 2nd, 2004 08:59 am (UTC)
Ekkk I hate those dreams!!

If I do have one of those, when I do wake up - I run to the bathroom, brush my teeth until they're sparkly THEN floss.

It happens to me as well if I'm just chewing on food and I bite on something hard. I then frantically check if all of my teeth are there and it's just something else.

I think my phobia of losing my teeth came from when I was about five. I was at daycare and there was snacktime. So I went to the table and got a donut/muffin and started chewing on it. That was when one of my bottom front teeth fell out.

Got to love childhood.


I hate viruses. :( Hope your computer recovers from that. *hugs*
May. 2nd, 2004 10:35 am (UTC)
I think it did, thanks sweetie. :)

My wierd phobia type thing comes from one time before moving from PA, I had one tooth yanked out by a string. Then after the move, I had another one taken out by a pair of pliers. Maybe it's some sympathetic thing...

and yeah I'm quite sure that I'd be even more uglier if I had one come out. I'm quite ugly now.
May. 2nd, 2004 12:16 pm (UTC)
Loosing your teeth in your dreams is a sign that you're worried about your physical appearance or you're self-conscious about what people think of you physically. I just kinda heard that somewhere or read it in a dream book or something. Just thought I'd pass it along.
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