What the hell does any of that mean? Imagine if someone tried to explain that same thing, except they didn't clarify it was a dream. They would be declared mentally unstable.
And perhaps most insane is the inevitable description of someone who was not themselves. You know: "You were you but you weren't you. You were someone else, but I knew it was still you."
What the hell does that mean? We know that you're mentally insane, but do you have to project your insanity onto us by extension?
How can someone be themselves without actually being them?
Trust us, we truly believe you when you say you had a crazy dream last night, and it was just too bizarre for words. So please, take your own advice and don't put it into words. Because you can't. There's just no way to explain a dream like that without coming off like someone who escaped from the insane asylum.
Also, it saves us the huge hassle of having to smile and nod while silently wondering where your caretakers are and if they brought your pills. Because there's certainly a time and a place to talk about you and Donald Trump bathing in a tub full of butter while your dead grandmother beats you with a wooden spoon. And that place is a mental ward.
Cheers and stay lucid, friends,
Beer: Lagunitas IPA