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Dreams And Wishes
What are your dreams? What are your wishes for the future? Share them all here!
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    Hi there people! I'm a Graphic Design student, and as part of my final major project, I have decided to do a piece about people's dreams and wishes... and if any of you have any dreams and wishes that you wouldn't mind 'donating' to my project, it would be very much appreciated!
    Oh! and if you have any ideas on how I could develop my work, that'd be good too!

    I guess that my dream is too be a successful Graphic Designer!

    Thanks for your time!

    #1209 — Comments (14) — Aug 21, 2004 at 4:48 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I don't usually remember my dreams. Can anybody explain why?!

    #1208 — Comments (6) — Aug 21, 2004 at 4:44 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I had a really weird dream not too long ago. I dreamt that I was just chilling by the beach when i got accosted by a Starbucks waitress, and soon i was entered in a competition to be a waitress for ten minutes. By this time the beach side Starbucks coffee house, which was more like a bar, was heaving with people. I won the competition to be waitress, and after a series of embarrassments with my bad waitressing skills, i was sacked for not having any previous experience! Twats!

    #1207 — Comments (0) — Aug 21, 2004 at 4:42 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    i'm a girl, head over heels for a friend of mine who is also a girl, and mormon to boot. she's amazing: she's feisty and smart and hard-working and sweet and beautiful and athletic. she can dance. she loves her family. she's got her shit together. and she's got these huge brown eyes that just make me melt. this girl totally sets off my gaydar (although it may just be wishful thinking) but i think if she is gay she is either completely in denial or just doesn't realize it yet. *sigh* if she weren't mormon i would've made a move already and asked her out but i'm too afraid of losing her friendship...homosexuality is sooooo wrong in the lds religion. so instead i'll just pine and write anonymous confessions... amy, i adore you.

    #1206 — Comments (5) — Aug 13, 2004 at 3:06 AM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    Ive been married for 18 years to someone I really dont care for. I have two kids and that is the real reason I stay. I really try to just avoid her. I would give my left nut for a relationship with someone who I enjoyed to be with. I am able to give them mosty things we want. Vactions, nice house, vehicles, not rich by any means but do OK. Im missing the one thing I long for, but wont leave my kids until they are grown up. Does any one else have these same feelings?? I would love to hear from some ladies on thier similar fate. It would be cool to chat or email with someone who can relate!! There has to be someone who feels this way too.

    #1205 — Comments (3) — May 22, 2004 at 7:21 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I am a country and gospel singer and I feel I have a good enough talent to make it but I never could get anyone to believe in me. All I ever wanted was this performing live for a big audience. I had a dream someone listened and I was playing at a big convention center. My heart was about to explode only because someone believed and they listened.
    I gave the performance of my life and I had achieved my goal. But before I could find out what happened next I woke up

    #1204 — Comments (1) — May 21, 2004 at 12:29 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I wish I could start fires by mental powers. That would shut my neighbors up with a little demonstration.
    How about a little fire, asshole.... hahhahahahahahah

    #1203 — Comments (4) — Apr 20, 2004 at 8:55 AM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I had this wierd dream the other night.I was on stage infront of a large audience performing as a magician,wearing a tuxedo with tails and top hat.My wife was my assistant,wearing one of those skimpy costumes.After doing several tricks,I was about to put her in the disapearing cabinet to do the trick.She took the magicians wand from me and said she'd better do this one.Suddenly she was wearing the tux and top hat,and I was in the skimpy assistants outfit.She pushed me into the cabinet and made me disapear.Instead of bringing me back,she put the hat on the prop table to pull a rabbit out of it.Instead of a rabbit she pulled me out of the hat,and I was very small.She put me on the table and started taking bows while the people applauded.Then I woke up.
    Weird huh?

    #1202 — Comments (12) — Mar 12, 2004 at 9:45 AM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I wish that I could be a girl now and again.

    #1201 — Comments (6) — Mar 8, 2004 at 4:14 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
  • — Dreams and Wishes —
    Posted by Anonymous

    14 years ago when "Joe" and I decided to marry, we were not in good shape financially. He was a struggling resident and I finished med school with about $65,000 in debts. My parents owned an inn and Joe's cousin is a travel agent so we were able to have a nice wedding/honeymoon. However, I have always been disappointed about the ring/proposal.

    When Joe's parents divorced, his mom sold her engagement ring. It was a huge rock! She split the money into thirds (about $7,000) and put it in bank accounts so that her sons could buy very nice engagement rings when they were ready to marry. However, Joe was nervous about spending the money on a ring. He asked me would I be willing to wear his great-grandmother's ruby engagement band until we could afford to add a diamond solitaire. I said yes. (He used the ring money from his mom to help pay bills while I tackled my med school loans.)

    In the end, there was no formal proposal. We just picked the ring up from the bank safety deposit box. Joe handed it to me and I guess I just tried to put it on. It was a little too small so we went to the jeweler and left it to be sized. I figured Joe would do something romantic when he picked it up a few days later, but he just left it on the coffee table.

    Today, we are both debt free and making good money. Joe has a successful private practice and I am the head of surgery at a small hospital. We have three beautiful kids. Joe's grandfather has given them a generous trust so their private school and college education is set. After my father's death, my mom moved into the inn full-time and gave us my childhood home, so we don't have a mortgage.

    I've been hoping for a diamond for several years now. And I haven't really kept it a secret. Most women I know get a diamond anniversary band with 10 small stones for the 10th anniversary. A friend mentioned to Joe that her new beau is a discount diamond merchant in the hopes he'd take the hint. I got a new deep freeze (something I didn't want, by the way).

    I can't understand why Joe is so reluctant to spend the $7,000 now that we can afford it.

    #1200 — Comments (6) — Mar 5, 2004 at 11:46 AM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove This.
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