Melbourne man can’t remember his dreams

Written by Joshua Clark

Between 10pm yesterday and 6am today Peter Brog claims that, while sleeping, he had a dream he can’t quite remember.

The 22-year-old university student insists his dream last night may have had something to do with not turning up to class on time for an exam.

“I think, maybe. I kind of remember seeing my university class, it’s a little fuzzy when I think about it,” Brog said.

Studies indicate that while some people do in fact have dreams they can remember there is a good percentage of people who cannot remember their dream or don’t have one at all.

Sandy Manhan, director of dream remembering institute, Dream Come True, said people who cannot share their dreams are unfortunate.

“It’s a shame, really. Just last night I was the judge for a court case in which both a dinosaur and a guild of dwarves were arguing for land rights of an active volcano. I decided by way of guitar-riff face-off,” Manhan said.

Brog has since said he will not be seeking the aid of Dreams Come True, since it doesn’t really matter if he remembers or not.

“Nah, I mean maybe if it was important, like, I think all the desks were backwards and my tutor was in his underwear, but I just can’t remember.”

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