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We asked six random people to share their dreams from the previous night. Here's what they said.

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Deep Blue Sea
Akane / 33 / graphic designer / Osaka

"I was on a ship. The ship had multiple levels and I could see I was on a lower deck. There were rows of round windows and you could see the vastness of the ocean. People were dining by the windows. I sat at one table by myself, looking around, seeing the cheerful faces of people in the room. Something hit us and it rocked the ship for a moment. But nothing too alarming as everybody continued laughing and eating. I peered out at the deep blue sea and wondered what creatures might inhabit the mighty ocean. And I wondered if one of those creatures was what hit us. People continued laughing and I continued eating. I felt like something was about to happen. I just didn't know what. And then I woke up to the sound of my alarm."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

The Cliff
Jorge / 28 / post graduate / Valencia

"There was a dog in the yard and he wanted to play. I couldn't see exactly what was surrounding me, but in front of me was a yellow ball, so I threw the ball away for the dog to catch. The dog didn't come back. Suddenly my brother was there. He was signalling to the cliff. I realised that the road I was standing on, was leading towards that cliff. I panicked, thinking I had maybe thrown the ball so far that the dog had maybe jumped off the cliff. I yelled for the dog to come back but heard nothing. And my brother was gone too. I tried to rewind to the moment I threw the ball but I couldn't. And I tried to wake up but I couldn't. It felt like I was stuck. And then I fell. Perhaps I had been walking toward the cliff unconsciously. Perhaps the ground beneath my feet had disappeared. Then I woke up."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Happy
Letitia / 20 / student Fine Art/ Antwerp

"I remember sitting on a terrace with my girlfriends and we were laughing. I could feel that I was extremely happy and it felt great. The next scene I think I was at home, or it looked like my old home, only it was filled with furniture of our new house. My mother was cooking and my father was watching tv and my younger brother was playing in the backyard. And then the next scene I was in my dance class. I was dancing a beautiful new routine and all the people in my class were cheering for me. I think there was another dream after that but I don't remember. I just remember waking up, wishing I could continue dreaming. I even stayed longer in bed so I could try and return to my dreams."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Dancing
Sophia / 25 / junior associate / Amsterdam

"I was at a party. We were having fun, there was a lot of talking as well and we were enjoying our beers and wines and were dancing to the beat of the music. It felt like a scene from a time long ago. As if that time was not this present time and could even be an alternate reality. I couldn't recognise my friends. I don't think I could even see the faces of the people. It didn't matter either, because I was having the night of my life. I kept dancing. I could feeling myself getting warm and sweaty. I don't know if I was dreaming or if I was just hoping for different reality. I just kept dancing, hoping to hold on to that feeling of fun a little longer."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Michael / 27 / banker and content creator / London

"I usually don't remember my dreams, but this one was so wild I told my girlfriend immediately. There was a big building. I was on the highest floor. I could see that there were people lying on the floor unconsciously. A man with a cooking hat and a machete in his right hand ran up the stairs. I didn't understand the situation but he was screaming at me. When I tried relaxing a bit I heard him tell me to go downstairs to hide. Because 'they' might be coming back. Who were 'they' and why were 'they' coming for me? He pointed to a slide that went from the highest floor to the ground floor. I dove in straight ahead and landed on a cloud. The cloud was moving and I was afraid that I would fall through it but I didn't. It moved into the city streets and people were looking up at me. The cloud was moving so fast and I didn't know what to grab onto. And suddenly I was in a garden. Eating a pineapple. It was the strangest thing ever."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Failing
Ka Lai / 19 / student Business Administration / Rotterdam

"I dreamed that I was still in high school and it was the day of our final exams. As I went through my exam syllabus one last time, I realised I had forgotten to study the final chapter of my Mathematics book. It was a topic I wasn't that invested in anyway so I had put off studying this chapter until the end. But with all the studying for months and months, I must have forgot. I stressed as the exam was about to start and everybody was taking their seats already. I could just punch myself in the face for being so negligent. I remember wanting to run away from the exam entirely. It all just felt so heavy I didn't want to face it. It's a recurring dream unfortunately and I don't know what it means."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

We asked six random people to share their dreams from the previous night. Here's what they said.

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Deep Blue Sea
Akane / 33 / graphic designer / Osaka

"I was on a ship. The ship had multiple levels and I could see I was on a lower deck. There were rows of round windows and you could see the vastness of the ocean. People were dining by the windows. I sat at one table by myself, looking around, seeing the cheerful faces of people in the room. Something hit us and it rocked the ship for a moment. But nothing too alarming as everybody continued laughing and eating. I peered out at the deep blue sea and wondered what creatures might inhabit the mighty ocean. And I wondered if one of those creatures was what hit us. People continued laughing and I continued eating. I felt like something was about to happen. I just didn't know what. And then I woke up to the sound of my alarm."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

The Cliff
Jorge / 28 / post graduate / Valencia

"There was a dog in the yard and he wanted to play. I couldn't see exactly what was surrounding me, but in front of me was a yellow ball, so I threw the ball away for the dog to catch. The dog didn't come back. Suddenly my brother was there. He was signalling to the cliff. I realised that the road I was standing on, was leading towards that cliff. I panicked, thinking I had maybe thrown the ball so far that the dog had maybe jumped off the cliff. I yelled for the dog to come back but heard nothing. And my brother was gone too. I tried to rewind to the moment I threw the ball but I couldn't. And I tried to wake up but I couldn't. It felt like I was stuck. And then I fell. Perhaps I had been walking toward the cliff unconsciously. Perhaps the ground beneath my feet had disappeared. Then I woke up."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Happy
Letitia / 20 / student Fine Art/ Antwerp

"I remember sitting on a terrace with my girlfriends and we were laughing. I could feel that I was extremely happy and it felt great. The next scene I think I was at home, or it looked like my old home, only it was filled with furniture of our new house. My mother was cooking and my father was watching tv and my younger brother was playing in the backyard. And then the next scene I was in my dance class. I was dancing a beautiful new routine and all the people in my class were cheering for me. I think there was another dream after that but I don't remember. I just remember waking up, wishing I could continue dreaming. I even stayed longer in bed so I could try and return to my dreams."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Dancing
Sophia / 25 / junior associate / Amsterdam

"I was at a party. We were having fun, there was a lot of talking as well and we were enjoying our beers and wines and were dancing to the beat of the music. It felt like a scene from a time long ago. As if that time was not this present time and could even be an alternate reality. I couldn't recognise my friends. I don't think I could even see the faces of the people. It didn't matter either, because I was having the night of my life. I kept dancing. I could feeling myself getting warm and sweaty. I don't know if I was dreaming or if I was just hoping for different reality. I just kept dancing, hoping to hold on to that feeling of fun a little longer."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Michael / 27 / banker and content creator / London

"I usually don't remember my dreams, but this one was so wild I told my girlfriend immediately. There was a big building. I was on the highest floor. I could see that there were people lying on the floor unconsciously. A man with a cooking hat and a machete in his right hand ran up the stairs. I didn't understand the situation but he was screaming at me. When I tried relaxing a bit I heard him tell me to go downstairs to hide. Because 'they' might be coming back. Who were 'they' and why were 'they' coming for me? He pointed to a slide that went from the highest floor to the ground floor. I dove in straight ahead and landed on a cloud. The cloud was moving and I was afraid that I would fall through it but I didn't. It moved into the city streets and people were looking up at me. The cloud was moving so fast and I didn't know what to grab onto. And suddenly I was in a garden. Eating a pineapple. It was the strangest thing ever."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Failing
Ka Lai / 19 / student Business Administration / Rotterdam

"I dreamed that I was still in high school and it was the day of our final exams. As I went through my exam syllabus one last time, I realised I had forgotten to study the final chapter of my Mathematics book. It was a topic I wasn't that invested in anyway so I had put off studying this chapter until the end. But with all the studying for months and months, I must have forgot. I stressed as the exam was about to start and everybody was taking their seats already. I could just punch myself in the face for being so negligent. I remember wanting to run away from the exam entirely. It all just felt so heavy I didn't want to face it. It's a recurring dream unfortunately and I don't know what it means."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

About Last Night

We asked six random people to share their dreams from the previous night. Here's what they said.

Deep Blue Sea
Akane / 33 / graphic designer / Osaka

"I was on a ship. The ship had multiple levels and I could see I was on a lower deck. There were rows of round windows and you could see the vastness of the ocean. People were dining by the windows. I sat at one table by myself, looking around, seeing the cheerful faces of people in the room. Something hit us and it rocked the ship for a moment. But nothing too alarming as everybody continued laughing and eating. I peered out at the deep blue sea and wondered what creatures might inhabit the mighty ocean. And I wondered if one of those creatures was what hit us. People continued laughing and I continued eating. I felt like something was about to happen. I just didn't know what. And then I woke up to the sound of my alarm."

The Cliff
Jorge / 28 / post graduate / Valencia

"There was a dog in the yard and he wanted to play. I couldn't see exactly what was surrounding me, but in front of me was a yellow ball, so I threw the ball away for the dog to catch. The dog didn't come back. Suddenly my brother was there. He was signalling to the cliff. I realised that the road I was standing on, was leading towards that cliff. I panicked, thinking I had maybe thrown the ball so far that the dog had maybe jumped off the cliff. I yelled for the dog to come back but heard nothing. And my brother was gone too. I tried to rewind to the moment I threw the ball but I couldn't. And I tried to wake up but I couldn't. It felt like I was stuck. And then I fell. Perhaps I had been walking toward the cliff unconsciously. Perhaps the ground beneath my feet had disappeared. Then I woke up."

Happy
Letitia / 20 / student Fine Art/ Antwerp

"I remember sitting on a terrace with my girlfriends and we were laughing. I could feel that I was extremely happy and it felt great. The next scene I think I was at home, or it looked like my old home, only it was filled with furniture of our new house. My mother was cooking and my father was watching tv and my younger brother was playing in the backyard. And then the next scene I was in my dance class. I was dancing a beautiful new routine and all the people in my class were cheering for me. I think there was another dream after that but I don't remember. I just remember waking up, wishing I could continue dreaming. I even stayed longer in bed so I could try and return to my dreams."

Dancing
Sophia / 25 / junior associate / Amsterdam

"I was at a party. We were having fun, there was a lot of talking as well and we were enjoying our beers and wines and were dancing to the beat of the music. It felt like a scene from a time long ago. As if that time was not this present time and could even be an alternate reality. I couldn't recognise my friends. I don't think I could even see the faces of the people. It didn't matter either, because I was having the night of my life. I kept dancing. I could feeling myself getting warm and sweaty. I don't know if I was dreaming or if I was just hoping for different reality. I just kept dancing, hoping to hold on to that feeling of fun a little longer."

Michael / 27 / banker and content creator / London

"I usually don't remember my dreams, but this one was so wild I told my girlfriend immediately. There was a big building. I was on the highest floor. I could see that there were people lying on the floor unconsciously. A man with a cooking hat and a machete in his right hand ran up the stairs. I didn't understand the situation but he was screaming at me. When I tried relaxing a bit I heard him tell me to go downstairs to hide. Because 'they' might be coming back. Who were 'they' and why were 'they' coming for me? He pointed to a slide that went from the highest floor to the ground floor. I dove in straight ahead and landed on a cloud. The cloud was moving and I was afraid that I would fall through it but I didn't. It moved into the city streets and people were looking up at me. The cloud was moving so fast and I didn't know what to grab onto. And suddenly I was in a garden. Eating a pineapple. It was the strangest thing ever."

Failing
Ka Lai / 19 / student Business Administration / Rotterdam

"I dreamed that I was still in high school and it was the day of our final exams. As I went through my exam syllabus one last time, I realised I had forgotten to study the final chapter of my Mathematics book. It was a topic I wasn't that invested in anyway so I had put off studying this chapter until the end. But with all the studying for months and months, I must have forgot. I stressed as the exam was about to start and everybody was taking their seats already. I could just punch myself in the face for being so negligent. I remember wanting to run away from the exam entirely. It all just felt so heavy I didn't want to face it. It's a recurring dream unfortunately and I don't know what it means."

We asked six random people to share their dreams from the previous night. Here's what they said.

Deep Blue Sea
Akane / 33 / graphic designer / Osaka

"I was on a ship. The ship had multiple levels and I could see I was on a lower deck. There were rows of round windows and you could see the vastness of the ocean. People were dining by the windows. I sat at one table by myself, looking around, seeing the cheerful faces of people in the room. Something hit us and it rocked the ship for a moment. But nothing too alarming as everybody continued laughing and eating. I peered out at the deep blue sea and wondered what creatures might inhabit the mighty ocean. And I wondered if one of those creatures was what hit us. People continued laughing and I continued eating. I felt like something was about to happen. I just didn't know what. And then I woke up to the sound of my alarm."

Dancing
Sophia / 25 / junior associate / Amsterdam

"I was at a party. We were having fun, there was a lot of talking as well and we were enjoying our beers and wines and were dancing to the beat of the music. It felt like a scene from a time long ago. As if that time was not this present time and could even be an alternate reality. I couldn't recognise my friends. I don't think I could even see the faces of the people. It didn't matter either, because I was having the night of my life. I kept dancing. I could feeling myself getting warm and sweaty. I don't know if I was dreaming or if I was just hoping for different reality. I just kept dancing, hoping to hold on to that feeling of fun a little longer."

The Cliff
Jorge / 28 / post graduate / Valencia

"There was a dog in the yard and he wanted to play. I couldn't see exactly what was surrounding me, but in front of me was a yellow ball, so I threw the ball away for the dog to catch. The dog didn't come back. Suddenly my brother was there. He was signalling to the cliff. I realised that the road I was standing on, was leading towards that cliff. I panicked, thinking I had maybe thrown the ball so far that the dog had maybe jumped off the cliff. I yelled for the dog to come back but heard nothing. And my brother was gone too. I tried to rewind to the moment I threw the ball but I couldn't. And I tried to wake up but I couldn't. It felt like I was stuck. And then I fell. Perhaps I had been walking toward the cliff unconsciously. Perhaps the ground beneath my feet had disappeared. Then I woke up."

Michael / 27 / banker and content creator / London

"I usually don't remember my dreams, but this one was so wild I told my girlfriend immediately. There was a big building. I was on the highest floor. I could see that there were people lying on the floor unconsciously. A man with a cooking hat and a machete in his right hand ran up the stairs. I didn't understand the situation but he was screaming at me. When I tried relaxing a bit I heard him tell me to go downstairs to hide. Because 'they' might be coming back. Who were 'they' and why were 'they' coming for me? He pointed to a slide that went from the highest floor to the ground floor. I dove in straight ahead and landed on a cloud. The cloud was moving and I was afraid that I would fall through it but I didn't. It moved into the city streets and people were looking up at me. The cloud was moving so fast and I didn't know what to grab onto. And suddenly I was in a garden. Eating a pineapple. It was the strangest thing ever."

Happy
Letitia / 20 / student Fine Art/ Antwerp

"I remember sitting on a terrace with my girlfriends and we were laughing. I could feel that I was extremely happy and it felt great. The next scene I think I was at home, or it looked like my old home, only it was filled with furniture of our new house. My mother was cooking and my father was watching tv and my younger brother was playing in the backyard. And then the next scene I was in my dance class. I was dancing a beautiful new routine and all the people in my class were cheering for me. I think there was another dream after that but I don't remember. I just remember waking up, wishing I could continue dreaming. I even stayed longer in bed so I could try and return to my dreams."

Failing
Ka Lai / 19 / student Business Administration / Rotterdam

"I dreamed that I was still in high school and it was the day of our final exams. As I went through my exam syllabus one last time, I realised I had forgotten to study the final chapter of my Mathematics book. It was a topic I wasn't that invested in anyway so I had put off studying this chapter until the end. But with all the studying for months and months, I must have forgot. I stressed as the exam was about to start and everybody was taking their seats already. I could just punch myself in the face for being so negligent. I remember wanting to run away from the exam entirely. It all just felt so heavy I didn't want to face it. It's a recurring dream unfortunately and I don't know what it means."

About Last Night

We asked six random people to share their dreams from the previous night. Here's what they said.

Deep Blue Sea
Akane / 33 / graphic designer / Osaka

"I was on a ship. The ship had multiple levels and I could see I was on a lower deck. There were rows of round windows and you could see the vastness of the ocean. People were dining by the windows. I sat at one table by myself, looking around, seeing the cheerful faces of people in the room. Something hit us and it rocked the ship for a moment. But nothing too alarming as everybody continued laughing and eating. I peered out at the deep blue sea and wondered what creatures might inhabit the mighty ocean. And I wondered if one of those creatures was what hit us. People continued laughing and I continued eating. I felt like something was about to happen. I just didn't know what. And then I woke up to the sound of my alarm."

The Cliff
Jorge / 28 / post graduate / Valencia

"There was a dog in the yard and he wanted to play. I couldn't see exactly what was surrounding me, but in front of me was a yellow ball, so I threw the ball away for the dog to catch. The dog didn't come back. Suddenly my brother was there. He was signalling to the cliff. I realised that the road I was standing on, was leading towards that cliff. I panicked, thinking I had maybe thrown the ball so far that the dog had maybe jumped off the cliff. I yelled for the dog to come back but heard nothing. And my brother was gone too. I tried to rewind to the moment I threw the ball but I couldn't. And I tried to wake up but I couldn't. It felt like I was stuck. And then I fell. Perhaps I had been walking toward the cliff unconsciously. Perhaps the ground beneath my feet had disappeared. Then I woke up."

Happy
Letitia / 20 / student Fine Art/ Antwerp

"I remember sitting on a terrace with my girlfriends and we were laughing. I could feel that I was extremely happy and it felt great. The next scene I think I was at home, or it looked like my old home, only it was filled with furniture of our new house. My mother was cooking and my father was watching tv and my younger brother was playing in the backyard. And then the next scene I was in my dance class. I was dancing a beautiful new routine and all the people in my class were cheering for me. I think there was another dream after that but I don't remember. I just remember waking up, wishing I could continue dreaming. I even stayed longer in bed so I could try and return to my dreams."

Dancing
Sophia / 25 / junior associate / Amsterdam

"I was at a party. We were having fun, there was a lot of talking as well and we were enjoying our beers and wines and were dancing to the beat of the music. It felt like a scene from a time long ago. As if that time was not this present time and could even be an alternate reality. I couldn't recognise my friends. I don't think I could even see the faces of the people. It didn't matter either, because I was having the night of my life. I kept dancing. I could feeling myself getting warm and sweaty. I don't know if I was dreaming or if I was just hoping for different reality. I just kept dancing, hoping to hold on to that feeling of fun a little longer."

Michael / 27 / banker and content creator / London

"I usually don't remember my dreams, but this one was so wild I told my girlfriend immediately. There was a big building. I was on the highest floor. I could see that there were people lying on the floor unconsciously. A man with a cooking hat and a machete in his right hand ran up the stairs. I didn't understand the situation but he was screaming at me. When I tried relaxing a bit I heard him tell me to go downstairs to hide. Because 'they' might be coming back. Who were 'they' and why were 'they' coming for me? He pointed to a slide that went from the highest floor to the ground floor. I dove in straight ahead and landed on a cloud. The cloud was moving and I was afraid that I would fall through it but I didn't. It moved into the city streets and people were looking up at me. The cloud was moving so fast and I didn't know what to grab onto. And suddenly I was in a garden. Eating a pineapple. It was the strangest thing ever."

Failing
Ka Lai / 19 / student Business Administration / Rotterdam

"I dreamed that I was still in high school and it was the day of our final exams. As I went through my exam syllabus one last time, I realised I had forgotten to study the final chapter of my Mathematics book. It was a topic I wasn't that invested in anyway so I had put off studying this chapter until the end. But with all the studying for months and months, I must have forgot. I stressed as the exam was about to start and everybody was taking their seats already. I could just punch myself in the face for being so negligent. I remember wanting to run away from the exam entirely. It all just felt so heavy I didn't want to face it. It's a recurring dream unfortunately and I don't know what it means."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

About Last Night

We asked six random people to share their dreams from the previous night. Here's what they said.

Deep Blue Sea
Akane / 33 / graphic designer / Osaka

"I was on a ship. The ship had multiple levels and I could see I was on a lower deck. There were rows of round windows and you could see the vastness of the ocean. People were dining by the windows. I sat at one table by myself, looking around, seeing the cheerful faces of people in the room. Something hit us and it rocked the ship for a moment. But nothing too alarming as everybody continued laughing and eating. I peered out at the deep blue sea and wondered what creatures might inhabit the mighty ocean. And I wondered if one of those creatures was what hit us. People continued laughing and I continued eating. I felt like something was about to happen. I just didn't know what. And then I woke up to the sound of my alarm."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

The Cliff
Jorge / 28 / post graduate / Valencia

"There was a dog in the yard and he wanted to play. I couldn't see exactly what was surrounding me, but in front of me was a yellow ball, so I threw the ball away for the dog to catch. The dog didn't come back. Suddenly my brother was there. He was signalling to the cliff. I realised that the road I was standing on, was leading towards that cliff. I panicked, thinking I had maybe thrown the ball so far that the dog had maybe jumped off the cliff. I yelled for the dog to come back but heard nothing. And my brother was gone too. I tried to rewind to the moment I threw the ball but I couldn't. And I tried to wake up but I couldn't. It felt like I was stuck. And then I fell. Perhaps I had been walking toward the cliff unconsciously. Perhaps the ground beneath my feet had disappeared. Then I woke up."

Happy
Letitia / 20 / student Fine Art/ Antwerp

"I remember sitting on a terrace with my girlfriends and we were laughing. I could feel that I was extremely happy and it felt great. The next scene I think I was at home, or it looked like my old home, only it was filled with furniture of our new house. My mother was cooking and my father was watching tv and my younger brother was playing in the backyard. And then the next scene I was in my dance class. I was dancing a beautiful new routine and all the people in my class were cheering for me. I think there was another dream after that but I don't remember. I just remember waking up, wishing I could continue dreaming. I even stayed longer in bed so I could try and return to my dreams."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Dancing
Sophia / 25 / junior associate / Amsterdam

"I was at a party. We were having fun, there was a lot of talking as well and we were enjoying our beers and wines and were dancing to the beat of the music. It felt like a scene from a time long ago. As if that time was not this present time and could even be an alternate reality. I couldn't recognise my friends. I don't think I could even see the faces of the people. It didn't matter either, because I was having the night of my life. I kept dancing. I could feeling myself getting warm and sweaty. I don't know if I was dreaming or if I was just hoping for different reality. I just kept dancing, hoping to hold on to that feeling of fun a little longer."

Michael / 27 / banker and content creator / London

"I usually don't remember my dreams, but this one was so wild I told my girlfriend immediately. There was a big building. I was on the highest floor. I could see that there were people lying on the floor unconsciously. A man with a cooking hat and a machete in his right hand ran up the stairs. I didn't understand the situation but he was screaming at me. When I tried relaxing a bit I heard him tell me to go downstairs to hide. Because 'they' might be coming back. Who were 'they' and why were 'they' coming for me? He pointed to a slide that went from the highest floor to the ground floor. I dove in straight ahead and landed on a cloud. The cloud was moving and I was afraid that I would fall through it but I didn't. It moved into the city streets and people were looking up at me. The cloud was moving so fast and I didn't know what to grab onto. And suddenly I was in a garden. Eating a pineapple. It was the strangest thing ever."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Failing
Ka Lai / 19 / student Business Administration / Rotterdam

"I dreamed that I was still in high school and it was the day of our final exams. As I went through my exam syllabus one last time, I realised I had forgotten to study the final chapter of my Mathematics book. It was a topic I wasn't that invested in anyway so I had put off studying this chapter until the end. But with all the studying for months and months, I must have forgot. I stressed as the exam was about to start and everybody was taking their seats already. I could just punch myself in the face for being so negligent. I remember wanting to run away from the exam entirely. It all just felt so heavy I didn't want to face it. It's a recurring dream unfortunately and I don't know what it means."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
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Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

About Last Night

We asked six random people to share their dreams from the previous night. Here's what they said.

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Deep Blue Sea
Akane / 33 / graphic designer / Osaka

"I was on a ship. The ship had multiple levels and I could see I was on a lower deck. There were rows of round windows and you could see the vastness of the ocean. People were dining by the windows. I sat at one table by myself, looking around, seeing the cheerful faces of people in the room. Something hit us and it rocked the ship for a moment. But nothing too alarming as everybody continued laughing and eating. I peered out at the deep blue sea and wondered what creatures might inhabit the mighty ocean. And I wondered if one of those creatures was what hit us. People continued laughing and I continued eating. I felt like something was about to happen. I just didn't know what. And then I woke up to the sound of my alarm."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

The Cliff
Jorge / 28 / post graduate / Valencia

"There was a dog in the yard and he wanted to play. I couldn't see exactly what was surrounding me, but in front of me was a yellow ball, so I threw the ball away for the dog to catch. The dog didn't come back. Suddenly my brother was there. He was signalling to the cliff. I realised that the road I was standing on, was leading towards that cliff. I panicked, thinking I had maybe thrown the ball so far that the dog had maybe jumped off the cliff. I yelled for the dog to come back but heard nothing. And my brother was gone too. I tried to rewind to the moment I threw the ball but I couldn't. And I tried to wake up but I couldn't. It felt like I was stuck. And then I fell. Perhaps I had been walking toward the cliff unconsciously. Perhaps the ground beneath my feet had disappeared. Then I woke up."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Happy
Letitia / 20 / student Fine Art/ Antwerp

"I remember sitting on a terrace with my girlfriends and we were laughing. I could feel that I was extremely happy and it felt great. The next scene I think I was at home, or it looked like my old home, only it was filled with furniture of our new house. My mother was cooking and my father was watching tv and my younger brother was playing in the backyard. And then the next scene I was in my dance class. I was dancing a beautiful new routine and all the people in my class were cheering for me. I think there was another dream after that but I don't remember. I just remember waking up, wishing I could continue dreaming. I even stayed longer in bed so I could try and return to my dreams."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Dancing
Sophia / 25 / junior associate / Amsterdam

"I was at a party. We were having fun, there was a lot of talking as well and we were enjoying our beers and wines and were dancing to the beat of the music. It felt like a scene from a time long ago. As if that time was not this present time and could even be an alternate reality. I couldn't recognise my friends. I don't think I could even see the faces of the people. It didn't matter either, because I was having the night of my life. I kept dancing. I could feeling myself getting warm and sweaty. I don't know if I was dreaming or if I was just hoping for different reality. I just kept dancing, hoping to hold on to that feeling of fun a little longer."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Michael / 27 / banker and content creator / London

"I usually don't remember my dreams, but this one was so wild I told my girlfriend immediately. There was a big building. I was on the highest floor. I could see that there were people lying on the floor unconsciously. A man with a cooking hat and a machete in his right hand ran up the stairs. I didn't understand the situation but he was screaming at me. When I tried relaxing a bit I heard him tell me to go downstairs to hide. Because 'they' might be coming back. Who were 'they' and why were 'they' coming for me? He pointed to a slide that went from the highest floor to the ground floor. I dove in straight ahead and landed on a cloud. The cloud was moving and I was afraid that I would fall through it but I didn't. It moved into the city streets and people were looking up at me. The cloud was moving so fast and I didn't know what to grab onto. And suddenly I was in a garden. Eating a pineapple. It was the strangest thing ever."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.

Failing
Ka Lai / 19 / student Business Administration / Rotterdam

"I dreamed that I was still in high school and it was the day of our final exams. As I went through my exam syllabus one last time, I realised I had forgotten to study the final chapter of my Mathematics book. It was a topic I wasn't that invested in anyway so I had put off studying this chapter until the end. But with all the studying for months and months, I must have forgot. I stressed as the exam was about to start and everybody was taking their seats already. I could just punch myself in the face for being so negligent. I remember wanting to run away from the exam entirely. It all just felt so heavy I didn't want to face it. It's a recurring dream unfortunately and I don't know what it means."

Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
Currant Magazine presents: About Last Night, a series retelling dreams from the night before.
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