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In this dream I was playing a part in a movie.

The movie was set in a summer, and it happened in a quiet town on a continent near archipelago. I was part of the group of investigators who tried to solve a murder mystery.

I remember a part in which I inspecter one shed that had extremely fragile stuff inside it.

Well, the main part of the story I was involved in the filming was a bit more strange, because it felt as if it had some effect outside the movie... I met a woman on a rocky strip of beach, under birches.

I asked questions about the murder. After that that we chatted about, umm, unrelated matters.

After the part was filmed (I guess) I talked more with the lady. I told her she looked strangely familiar to me - and she had to admit the same. As if... she seemed a lot like a female version of me, yet there were some major differences.

After a lot of awkward discussion (I'm not really good at talking to people) we were in my home - err, her home. It was a lot like my home, but it was very very stylish and more open.

She had given me a present. I first noticed the thing was obviously, umm, phallic in design, made of hard dark wood. Later, I realized what it was: A slightly oddly designed bishop chesspiece...

[I'll omit this part, and just say it's censored because I don't remember the details that much and I'm not good at writing erotica =) One description: Clumsy but enjoyable yiffing on the floor... ]

After the movie-related stuff ended, I looked (somewhere) at the promotional material about the movie. One picture had a pack of werewolves, skillfully drawn in anthropomorphic and very life-like way (I knew the werewolves might have been suspected in the movie to be the murderers, but they weren't). The brochure even mentioned the role names of the werewolves - I remember one: "Weyfour Woulf" or something like that, mutation of my net.name. =)

This may be of interest: I played two games against GNU Chess before I went to sleep, and both times I lost (I'm trying to learn how to play, because I have not played chess much). As usual, gnuchess was black, and in the first game, I guess, the bishop played a role:

1. b4 e6 2. c3 Nf6 3. g3 d5 4. e3 Bd6 5. a3 O-O 6. Nh3 Bd7 7. d3 a5 8. bxa5 Rxa5 9. g4 c5 10. Ng5 h6 11. Nf3 Nxg4 12. h3 Ba4 13. hxg4 Bxd1 14. Kxd1 Nc6 15. Nbd2 b5 16. Nh4 Qf6 17. Bh3 Qxh4 18. g5 Qxf2 19. Kc2 hxg5 20. Bxe6 fxe6 21. Bb2 c4 22. Rh5 cxd3+ 23. Kxd3 Qf5+ 24. Ke2 Qg4+ 25. Nf3 Qxf3+ 26. Kd3 Qe4+ 27. Ke2 Qc2+ 28. Ke1 Bg3#

The last move, see? Coup de grâce with the bishop.

I guess this is one of those dreams that makes Freud's skeleton grin in the grave (as if it'd have any choice =)