Man, the trippiest dreams come out when you’re overworked and underslept.
It was some sort of science fair/amusement park… and somehow there’s a house of horror in the middle of it all. I walked into it and all of a sudden it seemed like I was in a large mansion and no one was there. Somehow, I seemed to remember my way to “my room”, and so I made my way upstairs and all I can hear was my footsteps. When I finally reached the room I was looking for, I went for the window and tried to look out. Then suddenly a tape recorder next to the window started doing this insane laughter. I picked up the thing and tried to throw it out, but the window is bullet proof; an alarm clock went off, and all sorts of appliances started making noises. I started running out and smashing whatever I can get my hands on.
When I made it out, I ened up in the middle of a business tower with long stairs and escalators that stretches far beyond me. I was searching for someone this time. I don’t know who that is, but like the other time I knew who it would be if I saw him or her. So I made my way up the floors and pass endless amount of Japanese business women going downstairs, and on one floor, a security guard stopped me.
It was the person who asked me to look for that other person, but at the same time, that was the person I was looking for.
I questioned him, “why do you ask me to look for you?”
“I didn’t ask you to look for me.” he replied. Then, he started to shift form and melt and in a few seconds there were two of them, acting identically. Somehow I came to the revelation that maybe one of these two were searching for the other half.
“Now there’s two of you!” I exclaimed.
The two looked at each other but seemingly seemed unaware of each other’s presence.
“No, there’s not.” they replied in unison.
I lost record of how the dream went after that. There probably was some fighting because I faintly remember one point when I realized I was dreaming and pulled out two imaginary six shooters, but anyway, that was the trippiest dream I had in awhile.