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Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 So, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I have been very busy working on an iPhone project for a client which should be submitted in the near future. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 And I am also doing some consulting on the side for another client. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 Work has been pretty busy for me. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I have a few blog posts that I’ve been meaning to write but just don’t have time to get to them yet, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 but anyway, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 here’s a quick one.

Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 Have you laughed yourself awake before? I have. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 Sometimes, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I have dreams that are so funny that I wake up laughing. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 This has only happened to me three times before (as far as I can remember) but it’s really fun when it happened.

Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 The first dream that cracked me up so much that I woke up laughing was set in China’s Ching dynasty. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 To give a little bit of a background, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 in ancient China, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 emperors kept eunuchs (castrated men) in their palace as servants. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 The idea was that they would not touch the emperor’s women. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 So, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 young emperors and princes that are still kids also had eunuchs that are also kids as playmates.

Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 China was at war with a neighboring country/tribe (probably not historically accurate, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 by the way) and the really young emperor (still a kid) decided to lead the troop himself. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 As he gave the command, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 the two armies charged at each other and engaged in an epic battle, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 while he and his playmate watched from the sideline. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 Then the emperor turned to his playmate (also a kid) and said “Xiao ____ Ze (very common nickname for eunuchs), serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 you go too.”

Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 And the kid hopped on a little donkey, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 let out a battle cry, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 and charged toward the battlefield in slow motion. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 That imagery was somehow so hilarious to me that I laughed myself awake.

Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 That was a fantastic experience.

Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 The second time I laughed myself awake also involved the Ching Dynasty. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 Why the Ching Dynasty is so funny to me is another blog post. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I am just going to describe the dream. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 So I was on a busy street with shops, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 street vendors, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 and people going up and down the street. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 Then a horse and carriage pulled up to the curb. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 Yes, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 there was a parking meter too. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 The person driving it then handed his keys to a valet guy. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 (Why were there keys? Beats me.) And then the valet guy took the horse and carriage to the back lot and proceeded to try to parallel park. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 He failed at it, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 epically. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 And then he tried to make three-point turns and back into the spaces too. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 But he just couldn’t do it. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I woke up laughing because that was so hilarious to watch.

Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 The third time happened more recently. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 It took place in modern times (finally). Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I was either getting interviewed or surveyed by a person. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 She had a clipboard with a long list of questions. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I don’t recollect what we were talking about, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 but she asked “How would Confucius’ teaching influence your decision?” Somehow the idea of dragging Confucius into this discussion really tickled me. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I totally cracked up when the question was asked and then I woke up laughing. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I laughed so hard that tears came into my eyes. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 That made me want to cry… for half a second, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 then the thoughts of the Confucius question took over and made me crack up again, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 and I repeated that a few times.

Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 So, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 conclusion:
1) Laughing myself awake is awesome.
2) I am weird and have weird dreams.
3) Somehow ancient China is very funny to me. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I don’t know why. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 (Actually, serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I kinda know why Ching dynasty is so funny to me. Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 I’ll write about that later.)

Serevent 25mcg inhaler $39.00 Have you laughed yourself awake before? What was your favorite dream?

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  1. March 6th, 2011 | 1:18 pm

    Hi Kelvin,

    I haven’t laughed myself awake, at least I don’t remember happening, but I had many weird dreams too. Once, many years ago, I had a very vivid dream, and it was weird but logic at the same time, so as soon as I woke up, I seated on the bed, grabbed paper and pen and started to write it all from the beginning. In about five minutes I had a tale about a group of friend in a trip to the coast, where they found out about the complexity of the human mind, and how it can be directed based on beliefs and fears. Weird but fun!

    Raul

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  2. March 6th, 2011 | 4:33 pm

    Unfortunately, when I tried to write down my dreams, especially the ones that made so much sense, I started writing and becoming more and more awake in the process. Then I started to realize that the bits and pieces don’t fit together. And then I sort of try to smooth it out and justify it, but it just doesn’t work. I really wish I can just TiVo my dreams.

  3. March 7th, 2011 | 6:04 pm

    I especially like the second one — that would have had me laughing for sure! I’ve woken up a few times laughing, but I don’t remember the dreams. It’s the most awesome feeling though. :-)

  4. March 7th, 2011 | 6:27 pm

    I know. Totally awesome. 😀

  5. March 7th, 2011 | 9:37 pm

    I’ve never woken up laughing, crying, or screaming. My ex did say that once, I woke up swinging, though.

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  6. March 7th, 2011 | 11:07 pm

    Swinging? I wonder what the dream involves.

  7. March 17th, 2011 | 10:25 am

    Kelvin,

    Dreams have always fascinated me. I’ve never laughed myself awake, but I do often dream in vivid colors and remember the colors. It’s interesting that not everything in the dream in colored, just some things. I also once was struggling about a job and whether or not to stay. I woke one morning with the very clear message in my head, “It’s not over until the fat lady sings.” I often do wake with specific messages, but I can’t plan for this by making some kind of intention before I go to sleep. It happens or it doesn’t.

    Another thing I occasionally do is dream in third person. I will be the observer in the dream. It feels like I’m telling myself a story.I suppose this comes from my writing, but it does create some interesting dreams.

    I think I would enjoy waking up laughing after a dream. Thanks for sharing about your dreams. This is an interesting subject:~)

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  8. March 17th, 2011 | 2:35 pm

    That is very interesting. I remember a few times that there had been a few times that I remembered very specific information about colors (like the one in which I saw a comet), but other times, I don’t remember whether it was in color or black and white. And I don’t often wake with specific messages. As you can see, I have bizarre dreams. 😀

    Perhaps we are essentially writing in our dreams, since they do somewhat resemble what we write while awake.

  9. March 22nd, 2011 | 11:24 am

    Whoa, that sounds so awesome! Ancient China comedies! :)
    I have actually laughed my self asleep a couple of times. Something stupid happened during the day, had me laughing all day long, took it with me to my sleep, dreamed about it and then woke up laughing! It Usually involved someone falling and hurting themselves in an epic way (google this: captain video ladder). So, yes, i have laughed my self awake. :)

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  10. March 22nd, 2011 | 11:07 pm

    Hehe. Thanks for making me look it up.

  11. October 6th, 2011 | 1:39 am

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