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Crazy 'Wingnut' Food Dreams


Does anyone elese DREAM about FOOD? Or have a dream that happens more than once about a certain food? Well you and I are not along, there is a whole study about this BLEW my tiny tiny MIND below:

 


 

Dreams about food reveal your hidden desires and secret fears they say?. "Dreaming about food doesn't always mean you're hungry," says California dream expert and psychologist Paul Slovic he is a super super smart guy so we should listen to him!  He goes on to say: "They show what's lurking in your subconscious and if you pay attention they can help you interpret what they mean." Dr. Slovic, who has researched dreams for 20 years and has written a half dozen books on the subject, has compiled a list of dream foods and what each means when it invades your nocturnal fantasies.   Below is kind of a general description of what each food item means? (comment below)

  • Bananas -- These dreams are the sexiest dreams you can have especially if you dream about a bunch of bananas. If you eat one -- you're in for a serious sexual alliance.
  • Beef -- Dreams about beef or cows mean you miss your mother and feel you have neglected her. It's time to call her or send flowers.
  • Beer -- Boozing in your dreams involves money. It doesn't mean, however, that you're going to get a raise or win the lottery. Most often, it means you are about to lose money.
  • Breakfast -- A dream about having breakfast is a warning that you are about to do something you are sure to regret. This is especially true if you have been harboring thoughts of an office romance or short-term fling.
  • Chicken -- This is another warning of bad times to come, usually at home. The bad luck is magnified if you dream of barbecued chicken.
  • Chocolate -- Another sign of embarrassing things ahead. Chocolate dreams mean you're in danger of doing something stupid. The best advice is to think before you act for at least the next week or so.
  • Eggs -- Dreams about eggs indicate a problem that can scramble your personal relationships. Most likely you are about to get into a fight with relatives or friends. Treat them with kid gloves until the problem is solved.
  • Fish -- These mean good health, a happy life, good fortune and other nice things are headed your way. On the other hand, dreams about catching fish mean things like health, luck and life will stink for a while.
  • Honey -- These dreams can mean a beeline to success. Your business or other plans will succeed as long as you are honest.
  • Ice Cream -- Such dreams mean you're worried about children. You fear pregnancy or having to care for children in the future. (THIS IS MINE! WHY?)


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