By LightningRod - 18/10/2021 11:00
By Anonymous - 17/10/2021 08:01
It was a nightmare to me because once you scratch a nonstick pan you're supposed to throw it away because underneath the coating there's a bunch of bad chemicals that increase your chances of getting cancer. I don't have the money to replace the pan and it wasn't cheap either. Dreams aren't logical, you cannot always control how you feel in them. I know it's silly but in the dream I was very upset about my pan and I woke up distraught. Hence why I consider it a nightmare. Funny enough, I actually did end up scratching one of my pots recently. I'm too poor to buy a new one so I am still using it. OTL
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Could have been worse. The pan could have scratched the knife instead.
Wait, that's a nightmare? My nightmares are about a wild boar jumping out of a fridge and slicing me open with it's tusks, and you're worried about scratching a frying pan. Suck it up.
The point is, it's a nightmare. You can't really control it or your reactions because you're asleep and both nightmares and dreams are often pretty weird. OP could have no issue with this scenario if they were awake but still totally freak out when they're asleep.
My nightmares never have zombies, monsters, or anything that would make it a typical nightmare. Mine are usually just very realistic dreams about a scenario I'm afraid of i.e. one was about a friend committing suicide. OP's nightmare doesn't have to be like that, in their case, maybe scratching their beloved non-stick pan is something they're afraid of.
my nightmares tend to be things others would call good dreams since they typically involve something good happening, like a successful date. the thing that makes them nightmares, though, is that there's usually a feeling that something bad will happen after it's all said and done.
Why would you be surprised if it was a dude or not? A lot of men cook and are very passionate about it and take it very seriously. Not all men eat KD and other microwave meals. Men are also good in the kitchen just like women. And no men don't have to be gay to love to cook.
Op must not have a lot of problems to subconsciously worry about a pan being scratched in (her) dreams ;) Jokes aside though, cooking in a scratched up non-stick pan and then having to clean it up IS a nightmare
If Sigmond Freud were to interprete the dream, it would probably sound like this: "The pan symbolizes your vagina and how you would like to protect it. As a virgin you have worries of being torn and violated even though you want sex. The penis is the knife that has cut through you and you now feel broken, no longer new and pure." Then he would probably say something about having sex with a parent. Lol