To dream that you have a mustache when you don’t really have one, signifies that you are hiding an aspect of yourself. You are putting on a disguise or showing a different aspect of your personality.
To dream that you shave off your mustache, denotes that you are revealing your true self. You no longer have to hide under some disguise or some shield. Alternatively, the dream means that you are trying to reestablish your reputation, by renouncing your previous activities.
If you are a woman and dream that you have a mustache, then it indicates that you are expressing your power through your words and your verbal expression.
In addition to the heavy, long-winded blogging I’ve been doing lately, I’ve also been speaking to a lot of customer service people, filling out suggestion/complaint forms, and requesting a new non-free therapist (which apparently I’m not allowed to do without serious drama, St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute? Ugh). In other words, I’ve been much more formidable than usual. Today, it’s starting to pay off.
Last night I dreamt I had this huge, thick, orange mustache and I kept trying to shave it – like The Peanut Butter Solution, except on a freakishly-large upper lip. I would probably call a Dream Dictionary “lame” except this is eerily correct and you know what? Dream Dictionaries usually are.
My dad used to have a lot of dreams, because he slept a lot I guess, and I would look up his stuff all the time to see how I could help him. For example, he dreamt about being kidnapped, which means that he felt trapped. Everything was pretty consistent with someone who had been bedridden for a year, so I trust the Dictionary these days.
Also, anybody remember the Crawling Spider? (God, I used to be a spaz.)
3 responses to “Mustache Dreams”
I ALWAYS have mustache dreams. It’s never until the very end when I remember, “Hey, ladies aren’t supposed to have mustaches!” And then I shave it off. Goodbye, sexual confusion!
Also the other night was the first time I dreamed about school and it didn’t freak me out. I found the classroom, sat down in front of the teacher, and was like “Ok, let’s rock this shit.” This is supposed to mean I finally feel prepared for adulthood. Think this will convince my bank to give me a home loan?
I love the Peanut Butter Solution! I actually looked for it on Netflix the other day…they don’t have it.
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