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ElCuervoJones

Weird dream I had once.

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So when I was a teen I was dreaming I was with my family (dad & mom) on a tour visit to Batlleship New Jersey. Everything went cool until the tour guide guide us inside a room where there was a gigant and long piece of pulsating meat heart with veins and flesh extending to the walls from the hearth. And the guide tourist was explaning like this

"...In 1958 the navy replaced boilers and engine with gigant hearts so to save oil and make the ship more sentient and efficient. So in a way the ships are very much alive"

And all the adults were like nothing really happen and only me was kind of impressed/freaked out. Dunno why I dream this. (Probably because of too much horror movies :Smile_teethhappy:)

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Sounds like something from the SCP Foundation. Actually there is a Bismarck one that is living and such with the fleshy insides or somethin

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On 8/28/2022 at 1:31 AM, CaptainAlpha627 said:

Sounds like something from the SCP Foundation. Actually there is a Bismarck one that is living and such with the fleshy insides or somethin

I read it and is quite interesting. Hope theres more about it.

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