I’m back with another celebrity-filled dream and this one is pretty bizarre. I’m just going to give it to you straight and if any of you have a clue as to what’s going on in my unconscious, feel free to let me know, because I sure don’t.
This is a dream from Saturday June 30th 2012.
It started on the set of a talk show hosted by Jeff Probst – you know, the dude from “Survivor.” My surroundings reminded me of the “American Idol” stage. Blue lights and shooting stars lit the background screens. There were a whole lot of guests on this particular show, and apparently I was one of them. But that wasn’t immediately clear to me. I tuned into the dream right when Jeff was pumping up the crowd and a line of empty go-carts rolled out from backstage.
The go-carts stopped right in front me and Jeff indicated that my fellow guests and I should climb aboard. Once we were all secured in our go-carts, Jeff winked and said, “Good luck, contestants!” Then he held his hands up and yelled, “May the odds be ever in your favor!” Jeff dropped his arms and then a big garage door opened up and the go-carts shot off far beyond the blue lights of the talk show set.
Next thing I knew, I was running at full speed through crops and crops of food. But it wasn’t food you would regularly find growing in crops. There were hundreds of beautiful In-N-Out burgers bigger than my car, thousands of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, wave upon wave of waffle fries. It was my very own caloric heaven and I was determined to try one of every crop.
As I ate my way through paradise, I noticed I wasn’t the only one enjoying the environment. Dev Patel was on my left, unwrapping and attacking a life-sized Charleston Chew. On my right: Natalie Portman. She appeared to be crying. But I didn’t have time for sympathy, I was power eating
I soon found myself at a swimming pool but it wasn’t filled with water—it was filled with Coca Cola. It suddenly occurred to me that all I had to do to win was swim and simultaneously drink my way across the Coke pool. I aggressively jumped in and started sipping and swimming, but then I choked. Somebody was trying to drown me and it turned out that someone was Mila Kunis.
Don’t worry, though. I drowned Mila and then I swam to the end of the pool and won the contest. I was ecstatic about winning but then I noticed my family approaching and they seemed really upset with me. What really stood out was the look on my mother’s face. Disappointed to say the least.