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    [–] Dear Reddit, what is your weirdest dream/nightmare you've ever had? NumbersABC 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Did it feel like a never ending dream cycle or did it feel like the span of a normal night's dream?

    [–] no thats my line NumbersABC 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    It took me a long time to figure this out

    [–] Looks like he finally made his choice NumbersABC 2 points ago in funny

    Best review the situation that you're caught up inna

    [–] What was "The Incident" in yourr highschool? NumbersABC 2 points ago * (lasted edited 10 months ago) in AskReddit

    This kid got stabbed 17 times in a staircase of my school. Apparently the one that was stabbed was a bully, so yeah.

    [–] If you could have any videogame or movie remade or re-imagined which would it be? NumbersABC 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Actually, Netflix teamed up with the original creators of the animated series and are planning to make a live action series. I'm very excited.

    [–] What moment in your life made you think, “I’ve never been more alive,”? NumbersABC 3 points ago in AskReddit

    My friends and I were robbed at gun point once living in Harlem. Running back home in the rain and laughing was one of the more unrivaled emotions I've ever had.

    [–] The WORST time for the power to go out is while watching a horror film... NumbersABC 1 points ago in Showerthoughts

    Not true. If a fire erupted in your house and the lights go out, how will people see the fire?

    [–] What games did you make up as a child with your friends or siblings? NumbersABC 3 points ago in AskReddit

    Me and my buddy played a game we called lion. For starters it was in a 3 br apartment in Harlem, NY. It was the two of us and a quick game. There was a lion and a civilian of sort and we'd take turns being a character. But essentially one of us would start in the living room by the entrance and the other in the kitchen. The civilian in the kitchen would have to creep up as close as possible to the lion. The lion's roll was to catch the civilian before they could make it back to the kitchen and lift up the shield, which was a cast iron pot cover. A lot of acting was involved.