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13 December 2000 @ 08:19 pm
Hyde and Seek  
I just awoke from a dream that was both rather amusing and embarassing. In it, a bunch of my Japanese friends had come over to America to watch the making of a L'Arc~en~Ciel video (most of their music videos are made in America, so, this is only a little far fetched). For some reason, one of the scenes would be shot in what I think must be a combination of my elementary school and the grounds surrounding my church. Anyway, I was just waiting around, talking with my friends Kikuko and Ayako, but incredibly excited that L'Arc was going to be there. They were going to shoot a video of their song that appeared in "Edward Scissorhands" (okay, they DIDN'T appear in that film at all, but I think I must have associated it in my head that way because Hyde, the lead singer, looks surprisingly like Johnny Depp). I was particularly eager to see Hyde. He's, as I stated, a little like a Japanese version of Johnny Depp, and has a very cool voice. I had practiced what I was going to say if I got a chance to meet him. (This was really exciting--right after Koyasu Takehito, Hyde is the Japanese man I'd most like to get my hands on, heh). So, here I am, waiting for him, when a man in a rather nice black suit and dark glasses, just a little taller than me, comes out of the building into the feild near where shooting is about to begin. I talk to him for a second, and he asks if I am there to watch the video being made. I say yes, and I especially can't wait to see Hyde. The man then tells me that HE is actually Hyde, taking off the glasses to prove it. Instead of going into the little routine I'd practiced, I simply jumped on him. He caught me okay, so he didn't fall down, and he started to walk over to the set, with me just sorta wrapped around the poor guy. I just kept mummbling "Hyde wo aishiteru" (I love you, Hyde) and "Atashi no Hyde" (My Hyde). When we got to the set, everyone just kinda stared. The lead guitarist, Ken, finally asked me, very politely, to remove myself from their lead singer. After I had done so, the full realization of what I had done hit me. Embarassed beyond belief, I ran into the bathroom, sat on the ledge of the frosted glass windows, and cried, missing the entire music video filming.
Pat Bradlely later told me that it was very cool, and for some reason, Patrick Murphy had asked the people at Penny Arcade to make me a comic to cheer me up, which they did. I thought that was a very nice gesture on their part. Then, I woke up.

I'm not sure what the hell that is supposed to mean. Any clue?
Mood: embarrassedembarrassed
Music: L'Arc~en~Ciel - NEO UNIVERSE
Kaysylverice2 on December 14th, 2000 10:32 am (UTC)
Don't worry about it, Mepk. It's not nearly as bad as that dream about Koyasu and Sarge's and everything. ::grin:: I'm sure you've been more embarrassed before.

I think you're in a point where you're moving away from your Koyasu infatuation, and into a new one. You tend to go through cycles, and I think you're simply moving into a new one.

But I wouldn't recommend ever doing that if you meet him in person. I think he might have his security guards kill you.
(Anonymous) on December 14th, 2000 12:29 pm (UTC)
Well, that simply means...
...that one Edward Gadson owns a kick-ass car. After a long and grueling study of this dream, I have come to the conclusion that, instead of the POS everybody thinks it is, Ed's car is actually the next step into man's evolution. Ed drives his best friend around. Anyhow, don't think for a second that it is Ed making this comment. It's not. I'm a...psychoanalyst...yeah, that's the ticket...