Sunday, February 04, 2007

It's like 10,000 spoons

I had a dream on Friday night that I was at a cash machine and was trying to put in my PIN but kept putting in the wrong number, and realised that the keys were not in standard formation. When I did put the correct pin in something happened and all my money in my account came out in one go! Shit! There was no way I wanted to be carrying around that amount of money and I went into the bank and tried to get them to sort it out as it wasn't my fault, but they wanted me to count it for them.

It was at that moment that I realised that I was counting crockery and cutlery and not money, and I was trying to figure out the denomination for each piece. I figured out that forks were worth £1, but what was the rest worth?? Were plates worth more? And would it add up properly?

And my dream ended there. odd.

5 comments:

Stef said...

No more cheese for you!

When I was in Hong Kong last year, I noticed that their keypads were the opposite way round to ours with the 1 at the bottom like on a computer keyboard rather than a calculator. Very confusing.

At the weekend, a friend had a brain fart and forgot his PIN. I had to put £800 worth of clothes on my card to bail him out!

adem said...

I love my random dreams though... brilliant.

I've gone braindead before too and forgooten stuff. The last occasion was trying to remember what road I used to live in!

I actually had to go on googlemaps and scout around the area to find a familiar name!

Aravis said...

Though a little anxiety driven, still, what a great dream!

J said...

I've been having really strange dreams recently too. Perhaps it was the full moon. :)

Mitch McDad said...

Just happened by via bloggroll hopping. I don't know about the UK, but in the US, I believe spoons have more value than forks, but sporks top them all.

Maybe a bit less fish and chips before bed from now on? :)