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Would you pass it on?

Asked by Mtl_zack (6759points) September 28th, 2008

if you had a horrible re-occuring nightmare, and the only way to make it stop is by passing it on to someone else, would you try and stop it at the expense of the other person?

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blastfamy's avatar

If that person were Joel Olsteen, then yes.

JackAdams's avatar

I’d try to pass it on to George W. Bush.

augustlan's avatar

I’m ashamed to say that I probably would. I would tell the person that they could then pass it on, and get rid of it, too. If I was passing on a real-life situation, I could never do it. A nightmare just doesn’t seem so bad.

johnny0313x's avatar

Id take medicine to stop dreaming lol

googlybear's avatar

Yes, but only if I got to choose who the LUCKY recipient is (I can think of a few victims….errr candidates right now)

MacBean's avatar

No. I have recurring nightmares that make me wake up screaming. This happens to me two to three times a week on average. I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy.

osullivanbr's avatar

I’m with Marina and MacBean on this one. I would have nightmares thinking about the person I passed it on to.

poofandmook's avatar

My recurring nightmare wouldn’t be a nightmare to someone else… it’d just be a weird dream, possibly the result of sleep-inducing drugs. So, in a heartbeat.

gooch's avatar

Hell yeah!

scamp's avatar

I have to admit I would, but only to someone I didn’t like. Shame on me, but at least I am honest, ha ha!!

Bluefreedom's avatar

Can I sleep on it and give you my answer in the morning? D’oh!!

nebule's avatar

Forgive me for being…a bit…dumb….

but How do you intend on passing aforementioned dream onto someone else???

am highly puzzled and intrigued…

nebule's avatar

right….. care to elaborate???

MacBean's avatar

A magician never reveals their secrets.

nebule's avatar

right…that put an end to that discussion then…:)

tb1570's avatar

@JackAdams What if George W. Bush is your nightmare?

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