So, I just woke from a strange dream. Most of it was personal shit, but at one part, it wasn't. During this part, I was a character in an Anime, who was in a club.I was talking to a girl with dark, almost black shoulder length hair, and small screws at her temples. I mentioned being an engineer (This came up in casual conversation somehow or another, the dream's fading from my memory as we speak) and the girl got slightly excited, and pulled out a thin metal rectangle slightly longer than her hand. (Imagine a long cell phone, then imagine a metal block that size) On the rectangle, it said something akin to 'Made by the Engineer.' I explained that I wasn't him, and she started complaining about how most Robots (Not her word, but I can't remember the actual speech) meet their creator, and are told their purpose in life. At this point, I realized that it was to give her an actual life like a humans, since we don't know our purpose either. (Again, fuzzy memory of this part) After this is a confusing jumble of scenes, including me telling Robot-girl that it sucks to be her, and someone who looks suspiciously like Haruka Harahara descending from the ceiling on a circular platform as part of a show. (I knew her somehow in the dream, and knew that I knew her, even though we didn't talk) Anyway, the dream shifted to me watching the Anime, as the main character (Who I was) checked his text messages, getting a ;) from the Robot-Girl, and something from the Haruka Harahara impersonator. The scene then switched to a fanservicy scene of Robot-Girl and Haruka-Impersonator dancing in sync with each other, including a few shots of their rears. This may have been the ending credits, as the shot also switched to the band talking shit about how the theme is too long.
So, is this something my brain made up, or did I pick up on scenes of it, and it got caught in my subconscious? Have any of you heard of anything similar?
Barring that, anyone got any good anime to recommend?
Boku no Pico.
Sounds like the kind of anime I would watch.
They say that many of the great ideas that we know of today were inspired by or directly related to dreams that the inventor or creator had. This might be one of those good ideas. Whenever I have a dream in which I get inspiration I write them down on paper in hopes of future use. You should do the same. Also interesting fact: Writing down word by word what happened in your dream the moment after you wake up, and repeating this process every morning, will allow your brain to have more vivid, easily remembered dreams