#64: “The man operating the ride looked like a cheap, drunk clown.”

I had a dream many years ago that I was at a carnival. There were only enough people there to make one good-sized line, but somehow they beat me to every ride. So I waited in line at a roller coaster and hopped in. The man operating the ride looked like a cheap, drunk clown. So I got into the car and strapped myself down and the ride started. After a few moments the ground and world around me melted away into blackness. All that was left was the roller coaster track. Sudenly the car stopped, because the track was out, and I noticed the clown who looked and sounded really evil. He told me that the ride was messed up and all that I needed to do was climb to the back of the car and put it into reverse. He unbuckled the harness from remote control. As soon as I flipped the switch the car launched into the void where the world was and the clown grew farther and farther away, laughing at me. I stopped feeling my whole body. When I woke up I couldn’t move or see for 30 seconds.


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