Analyse thi… oh, no, maybe don't

by Suw on August 19, 2004

Last night I had a dream that a very small frog was stuck in my right ear. I couldn't get a hold of it to pull it out, but neither could it wriggle out by itself. It was a bit like having a Babel Fish stuck in one's ear, with all the sliminess but without any of the advantages, the frog being monolingual and all. I woke up with a rather strong feeling of frog-in-ear-ness, and when I fell asleep again the dream just continued. It was so vivid, I still can feel the frog there, wriggling and slimy and cold.
I would tell you to post your analyses in the comments, but on second thoughts, please don't. I'm not sure I want to know what dreaming of having a frog in my ear tells you about me.

Anonymous August 19, 2004 at 8:56 pm

If you dream of eating frogs then you will find very little to gain in current relationships and losses associated with love affairs. If you dream of catching a frog then the carelessness you exhibit concerning your health and well being will greatly distress those who care for you. If you see frogs in a low marshy area this is a sign of ill luck and losses. Seeing frogs in clean, green grass denotes the making of an even tempered friend and confidant.
To dream about ears you are being warned to guard against eavesdroppers who mean you harm. Dainty ears that are attractive denotes a person who needs to listen more and talk less. To dream of a pain in your ear means you will hear something that hurts your feeling.
Doesn't really shed much light on adventures in amphibian otology, alas.
Personally, I still think it was some kind of hopelessly bewildered but nonetheless utterly transparent Prince Charming penetration fantasy 🙂

Anonymous August 19, 2004 at 9:05 pm

“I'm sorry… you're going to put that where?”

Anonymous August 19, 2004 at 10:19 pm

It just means you have *got* to get your cats/dogs out of the bedroom/

Anonymous August 19, 2004 at 11:54 pm

I think there is a USENET binary group for Amphibian Ear fetishists. That's so HOT, Suw.

Anonymous August 23, 2004 at 10:10 pm

Never read Freud's Interpretation of Dreams ? Very good book, by the way.

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