Dream Dictionary A-C
Ok Everyone, since we talk about dreams alot on this site, we decided to add a Dream Dictionary to the blog, hope you like it. The majority of these words (on all pages) come from one of our favorite sites Astrology.com and other books & sites that we have come across, too many to list. But we mean no direspect to the original authors, just trying to keep our readers informed.
Aloneness – Aloneness may herald transition or rites of passage. When we move from childhood to adulthood, there are habits, attitudes, and relationships that are left behind. This void can create an image of aloneness. Dreams like this often present themselves as the dreamer traveling somewhere alone. Who is separating from you, and why, in waking life? Is this mutual, at your initiative, or another’s wishes against your will?
Alarm Clock – Alarm clocks in dreams are often a reminder of our limitations. These may be reflections of actual problems (such as running out of time), symbolic of poor time management, or completely conceptual (such as failing to complete a life-cycle task before that cycle ends). This alarm clock could appear in the dreams of someone who perceives their time on earth as growing short.
Is the clock a hopeful symbol (e.g. at last the time has come), or a fearful one (time is running out)?
Amusement Parks and Carnivals -. It seems as though amusement parks often include elements that we consider to be the best and worst in life. Many of us have enjoyed these places tremendously, but have also seen, smelled, or actually experienced the consequences of overdoing it: vomiting. Carnivals also include a very wonderful or frightening collection of personalities. These personalities may intimidate us at times. Sometimes the fright comes from a figure we love, such as a parent who doesn’t really enjoy the carnival, but endures it for the children.
Who are you with in the carnival and how do you experience the time there?
Finally, carnivals are full of out-of-control experiences. Being out of control can be ecstatic and wonderful. In these instances it may remind us of a sexual experience.
However, it can be terrifying to people with fairly rigid waking boundaries. Spinning and riding fast are two chaos images often associated with carnivals. Ferris wheels reflect times to remove oneself from the midway to a quieter perspective, unless one is afraid of heights. In what way are the rides metaphors for your life? In other words, how is your life like a rollercoaster, merry-go-round, or other central feature of the park?
Perhaps there is a ride pronouncedly missing that you want to experience but cannot-what is that a metaphor of and why do you desire it so?
Animals – Animals in dreams can take on almost any conceivable character or symbolic role. From some of the earliest recorded human dreams, animals have revealed much about the meaning of a particular dream. This includes dreams of personal insight or circumstances, and also dreams of revelatory content. Animals can befriend us, talk with us, chase us, eat us, or just be there in the dream to either comfort or bother us. Animals often appear in dreams for very personal reasons, and have to do with your own experiences with them.How you experience an animal in both waking and sleeping is central to its meaning. This includes both how the animal actually behaves in your dream, and your waking stereotypical attitude about the animal. This is important because the two may be juxtaposed.Consider a dog. Dogs are often considered to be loyal and friendly. However, many people have a deeply rooted fear of dogs. Dogs also have stereotypes that are opposites (for example, man’s best friend versus call off the dogs). People with a deeply held fear of dogs may experience a dog dream that validates the fear one night and contradicts it another time.What the animal is doing is also central to how the dream is interpreted. Are you being chased by animals? Eaten by animals? Talking with animals?Farm animals are not too unusual in dreams. However, they seem to be less common than they were in more agricultural times. Grazing farm animals generally reflect a sense of being provided for adequately. In early dream history, grazing animals were taken as a sign that prosperity and calm were coming to, or prevalent in, a land.
Killing animals is a more unusual dream theme that divides into two general areas: killing by necessity, and killing arbitrarily. Killing out of necessity could be a hunter-provider archetype dream or a survival dream. These dreams often reflect a sense of responsibility for the other characters in the dream or of a need to prove oneself. Dreams of killing animals arbitrarily may reflect either wish-fulfillment, anger projection, or frustration with a social taboo.
Wish-fulfillment and anger projection have much to do with how you perceive the animal you are killing. Does this animal have any representation for you among persons in general or do you characterize a specific person as an animal when speaking of them?
The social taboo of arbitrarily wounding or killing animals has become a criterion for evaluating antisocial behavior in people. Consequently, it is not surprising that in dreams this would be a sign of taboo frustration. Again, what the animal represents may be of significance to you.
Starving animals hold significance in agricultural societies and Native American spirituality. These animals often reflect a concern or foreboding about the adequacy of needs being met the future. In the past, starving animals were a reflection or anticipation of famine periods. Starving animals may also be metaphors for relationship transactions in which you participate.
Common animals’ stereotypical perceptions that may appear in dreams as metaphors for yourself or others (listed as good-bad): Cat: quiet, independent-aloof, disengaged
Cow: provider, gentle-easily intimidated
Dog: loyal, friendly-consumptive, aggressive
Horse: hardworking, useful-strong-willed, independent
Mouse: quiet; diminutive-unable to assert power
Pig: clean, smart-gluttonous, dirty
Rabbit: fast, gentle, fertile-timid
The anima is the feminine component dwelling inside a male’s unconscious mind. The animus is the masculine component dwelling inside a female’s unconscious mind.
In dreams, this opposite-gender self can be a helper or an antagonist. These dream figures can appear as translations of persons we meet with whom we have a tremendous sense of romantic love or platonic camaraderie. One of Jung’s interpreters held that the anima/animus character was only understandable to those who have known true love.
However, our opposite-gender selves may reveal to us negativity in ourselves or negativity we perceive in dealings with the opposite sex. It is important to note that sometimes, when you dream about a person of the opposite sex, they may be representing your own inner self. Carefully consider all persons of the opposite sex in your dreams as a possible appearance of your own anima / animus.
What do these strangers teach you about how you view the opposite sex-do you fear, lust for, or despise these strangers for any apparent reason?
Aquamarine – Mineral and precious stones have historic meanings based on their color, value, and rarity. Geology and various crystal structures have significance in the New Age movement, which has renewed interest in these materials. Beryl is a crystal that represents courage and tranquility. Dreams that include this stone may reflect material gain, or they may reflect self-esteem and inner calm given by another as a gift to you.
Archetypes – An archetype is a way of seeing oneself in a dream experience. Many people dream at one time or another of doing something heroic. We all know what a heroic action is by a sort of mystic human understanding of goodness and sacrifice. This mystic understanding is the archetype-the event of being a hero is an archetype experience.
There are many archetypes in life. Carl Jung formulated these out of his studies of human beings and mythologies around the world. In many ethnic and religious backgrounds, there are myths that embody the ultimate version of various archetype experiences. An example of a hero myth may be Hercules or Sinbad.
We are prone to see ourselves as archetypal figures at transition points in our lives. Change generally brings about anxiety and self-reflection. Going from education to the work force, singlehood to marriage, or childless to parent are some archetypal transitions.
Armageddon – There can be several different approaches to seeking meaning in this dream. The origins of these approaches are in personal psychology, cultural tensions, and religious or spiritual revelation.
Feeling dramatically out of control in your personal life can trigger apocalypse dreams. This may be caused by hormones in adolescence, the death of a loved one (especially parent), or divorce and other significant relationship losses. The ending world is an escape mechanism to avoid dealing with a world so dramatically changed by new circumstances. This world-ending dream often features the dreamer alone amongst generally unrecognized figures. This reveals that all people close to the dreamer are gone.
Cultural cues for world-ending dreams come out of a collective angst about the frailty of our planet or the human race. Angst is concerned about what might not be, as in radical non-being of the self, planet, etc. These dreams may be triggered in times of global hopelessness and unpredictability. A millennial change generates this kind of dreaming for some people. Damaging news about the earth, global warming, and cosmic collision potentials will do it for others.
Economic uncertainty will create angst for some people. Whenever instability or insecurity become themes of cultural awareness, apocalyptic dreams increase. Interpreting this type of dream asks, How is the world ending and who is to blame? This dream may be a calling for you to protect yourself against a risk that is beyond your comfort zone, become more involved in a particular cause, or to think again about the rationale of your fears.
Religious or spiritual revelation that heralds the end of the world is a powerful image. Usually, the dreamer will see some significant icons of their faith initiating or withstanding the destruction. Another scenario is that adherents to the mysticism are identified in a particular way and survive the destruction because of their association. In these dreams, the world is often reordered. Many times, these dreams will accompany a time in the dreamer’s life when he or she feels that the entire world is against them and only their association with something larger than themselves can provide a resolution to the struggles being faced. (Or, they may just be receiving an oracle about the conclusion of this world ….)
Asleep / Sleeping – Dreams of being asleep are not unusual. After all, it is the actual state of your body while you are dreaming. However, dreams of being asleep are not usually dreams of being at rest. Sleeping is one of our most vulnerable circumstances in life. When you are asleep, your cares are disarmed, your ability to defend yourself is limited, and your care for others in a practical manner is practically impossible. Dreams of this nature often reflect either our great ease or a sense of violation in life. How you awake, and who wakes you up, are important elements to consider.
Balding – Losing hair or becoming suddenly and completely bald are two common dream events. Often dreams of this nature reflect concern about your attractiveness or sexual virility. If you are forcibly shaved during your dream, this may be a concern over sterilization, as hair often plays a significant role in male gender identity.
For many men and some women, the loss of hair in dreams may also reveal anxiety about growing old. Even if the dreamer is not showing signs of balding in waking life, he may lose his hair in an age-anxiety dream.
Yet another possible interpretation of hair loss in a dream is the feeling that an illness of some sort may be imminent.
Bears – The appearance of a bear in a dream is a good example of dream interpretation as being culturally shaped. For most of us, bears are not very good companions, and they represent ill-temperament. The exception is in Native American traditions.
For the Navajo and Crow Indians, the bear is a father or grandfather figure that possesses wisdom and knowledge of the sacred.
Bed – Dreaming of being in bed may be an indication of a lucid dream event. This means that you are aware of being asleep in a dream state. Somehow, your mind is accepting the limitations of your sleeping condition. However, the bed can also be a place of laziness, sickness, death, or sexual encounter. If the bed feels like a symbol for any of these metaphors, the dream may be saying something about how you perceive yourself.
Freud would be inclined to see the bed as a womb, as well. Indeed, the covers pulled over the head on a chilly morning can make the bed a utopian haven against a difficult world.
Birthday – There are two ways in which the birthday dream is experienced.
The first is that everybody knows it’s your birthday. There may be an actual party, or just a common affirmation and celebration
The second birthday experience is a darker image-you know it’s your birthday and everyone forgot. It’s an indication of the struggle for significance. Who you encounter, their apparent ignorance about your birthday, and their reaction to your news (or to your non-verbal, cloying attempt to clue them off) says a lot about the scenario. It may be that you feel overlooked in your relationships with others or insignificant in general. If you are unwilling to tell, it may be that you want more attention from the dream characters than they are providing. If, on the other hand, you tell them and they gush with apology, there may be a sense in which you feel they are operating at a relationship deficit with you over some matter. In the dream, did they give you a gift upon finding out it was your birthday? What was it?
Bisexuality – Mirroring is the desire to find affirmation of a particular aspect of yourself in a particular sort of relationship. The romance contrary to your usual preference should be set aside initially in order to discern what sort of affirmation you may be seeking from this liaison.
Another possible reason for a dream that involves bisexuality for a typically heterosexual person is that the anima/animus is flexing itself.
Boats – Depending on your experiences, boats can represent riches, travel, isolation, danger, romance, or complete and utter frustration. The setting of the boat says much about its symbolic meaning; rowboats and canoes are often found on fairly placid lakes and streams. They may be way out of context on the high seas, therefore implying a kind of broken peace. Different types of boats may vary in meaning, but possible options include isolation, danger, escape, and romance.
Sailboats often appear in similar environments as rowboats, but tend to mean either riches or frustration: sailboats can be very affluent and romantic to the dreamer; however, being dead in the water for lack of wind is another option.
Powerboats often show a sense of power, control, wealth, competition, or travel. Danger is not often a problem, except in cases of failed motors.
Sinking boats can reveal a fear of water, drowning, or incompetence. More often, they are a metaphor for feelings about a particular aspect of life. To determine this, look at who is on the boat or conspicuously absent from it. Also, see if the reason it is sinking, which may seem nonsensical, is available in the dream.
Is the boat one that you recognize? Is the general feeling one of happiness and leisure or one of fear and anxiety?
Boss – A significant relationship from some other area of life-spouse, sibling, parent, or friend-may become your boss. If someone from another corner of life becomes your boss, it is likely that you feel that person exerting too much control over your life. It is easy to allow constructive relationships to become controlling at times. You may experience this dream in your usual work setting, or in some nonsense environment. The place where you and this surrogate boss work together in this dream says something about the area of influence in question.
Your boss may become a sibling, spouse, or someone other than a vocational supervisor. If your boss is squirting into your personal life through images of some other, more personal relationship, it may be time to assess your work. Work holism is the great debilitator of many homes. If your employment is fulfilling other roles reserved for other persons in waking life, it may be time to assess the emotional investment you have in your work. This dream can be healthy in the collegiality it reflects, or as a warning sign for the drain work is putting on your emotional resources.
Finally, if you dream of your boss in the work setting, you probably are stressed out by your job for any number of reasons. Dreaming of your job in general-particularly if the dream is unremarkable and takes place in real time-usually indicates that you are feeling overworked or are behind at work.
Bridges – Bridges are interesting symbols in relationships. We often speak of crossing and burning bridges as representations of the opportunities and challenges of life.
Does the bridge cost anything to cross? Is it a secure or precarious bridge to cross? Is there a known destination, or is it a bridge to an uncertain future? Do you have particular feelings about yourself as you cross or upon completion of crossing the bridge?
The act of building a bridge is another way to encounter bridges in dreams. Are you building the bridge to create an opportunity or to escape from trouble?
The destruction of a bridge is yet another bridge encounter. What are you becoming separated from and how do you feel about that separation? Are you participating in the bridge destruction or being victimized by it?
Bus – Traveling by bus is considered by many to be the most uncomfortable means of transportation. Indeed, bus terminals are often very small, and reveal an interesting cross section of society.
Bus travel can also be very time-consuming, although it allows a fuller experience of the country. You may feel inefficient or unable to afford better means when you dream of travel by bus. In defense of busses, the passenger camaraderie is very high, especially on long trips or packaged tours. Who your dream companions are during the bus trip should be considered carefully, as well as your interactions with them. It may be that you have collected a valued set of friends for a journey of particular shared interest. If this is the case, finding a common thread amongst either the people or the sights would be useful.
Canyon – Being in a canyon, abyss, chasm, or pit shows the dreamer as being somewhat trapped. This kind of experience may lead to a place of initiation and transition. It may just be a place of beauty and rest for others. The canyon is just a staging ground for other relationship transactions in the dream.
Captivity – Dreaming about being imprisoned, locked in a room, or restrained against one’s will can be a powerful dream image. What is especially notable about this type of dream situation is how we react to the circumstances. At times we may try to escape, but other times we may just acquiesce to, or even cooperate with, our captors. Much of this depends on who is holding you captive and why. If you are cooperating with a familiar captor, it may be that you feel that person’s control over your life to the extent that you have no choice but to be a part of it.
Political captivity in a dream is a powerful image of the self against the world. Being held hostage in this way reflects the cosmic struggle of good against evil. The dreamer may see himself as a victim of circumstances beyond his or her control, or as a sacrificial offering for a conflict or cause. Many times the cause is less defined, but the dreamer may have companions or friends as co-prisoners-in this case, the relationship with the other(s) is the key element to interpret.
Candles – Candles often reveal a sense of mystery, romance, or supernatural guidance regarding the setting in which they appear. The candle can also be a symbol of providence or security as it may illuminate circumstances. If the candle has an unusually large flame, the fire may be the central image.
Do the candles have a ceremonial feel to them? If so, other aspects of the dream may be requiring reverence. Is someone else holding a candle or candles? Often a symbolic gesture by a dream character-such as holding a candle-will indicate that they are there to lead you.
Cats – Cats have symbolized intuitive or magical powers. The former may be a herald to trust intuition. The latter may be a fantasy on your part to acquire witch skills or to investigate occult matters.
Cars – Often times, the car is simply the best mode of transportation within a dream. In that case, the rest of the dream is more important than the car itself. However, if the dream includes significant data about the car, that image may be worth a deeper look. There are numerous car images in our dream lives. These may include accidents, being a passenger in a car, buying a car, or driving a car.
Accidents usually reveal perceived threats, vulnerabilities, or anxieties about the well-being of those we love. They may also reflect a sense of being out-of-control or unable to protect others sufficiently. Dreams of this nature can also have a strong premonition feeling to them that inspire additional caution the following morning. deja-vu may be a very powerful element, as well, if the accident occurred on a road often traveled. Heightened sensitivity to careless habits might be a good idea following an accident dream.
Being a passenger in a car may indicate that you feel the driver has control over your destiny. The driver may even be a public figure, such as a celebrity or politician. In these instances, your feelings about the driver and how trustworthy he is can be significant.
Buying a car is often a wish-fulfillment or problem-solving dream. These dreams reflect a desire to acquire something that is beyond your means in waking life. If you are in the market for a car, your dreams may actually be trying to help differentiate the best choice.
Driving a car is roughly the opposite of being a passenger in one.
However, the passengers may reflect persons to whom you feel an acute sense of responsibility. Again, they may be figures from almost any area of your life. What is important is how you relate to them and how you all agree or differ on your destination.
Celebrity Appearances – As the media continues to create stronger icon status for people in the news, it is not surprising that lay people are dreaming of them as well. It is not at all unusual for people to think they know particular public figures and so to experience them in a dream. Dreaming of any particular celebrity often reveals a fantasy for friendship or romance. These dreams may also show a sense of being a peer or equal to that celebrity as if to say, I can do that, too. A second aspect of this phenomenon is living vicariously through a celebrity. In this instance, people will assume a peculiar sense of participation with a public figure’s success and notoriety.
Of course, because today’s media completely inundates the public with images and rumors of celebrities, they may appear in your dream simply as extraneous static.
Cellphone – There also may be a sense of wanting to change one’s social status to necessitate use of a cell phone. Try to discern who you are calling and under what circumstances, as the phone may have a lot of symbolic lifeline or security image to it as well.
Does it feel like a social crutch in your dream, or a helpful tool? Is it tying you down … ringing incessantly and keeping you from experiencing a sense of peace in your sleep?
Chased by Animals – This kind of dream is common among children. Often, it reflects a deeply held fear of the animal doing the chasing. However, it may reveal an anxiety about something completely separated from the animal kingdom. In cases like this, it is important to think about what is chasing you and what your experiences have been with that particular animal.For example, if a relative whom you did not particularly like had a German shepherd dog, you may dream about being chased by the dog. This may reveal either the desire of the relative to obtain your attention and affection, or it may validate your fears and anxieties about that person.
If you often use animal characterizations of people’s personalities, this may be particularly telling. (He’s a bear, she’s a momma bear, he works like a horse, etc.)
Depending on who the others are, it may be useful to determine what common relationship exists among your persecutors. You may feel indebted to them or simply hated by them. The former may include people with whom you feel an emotional or financial indebtedness. The latter is a throwback to the old schoolyard scuffle. You may feel that particular co-workers are angry or jealous and are seeking your life or expulsion. If you are chased by strangers, this may have more global implications for how you see yourself in the world.
During different seasons in life, many people experience a sense of not fitting in, or of being driven away. This feeling may come immediately prior to or immediately following a geographic move into a new region of the country. It may also occur around other times of transition such as marriage or a career change. This type of dream usually reflects acceptance anxiety. In dreams where you are being chased, the emotion of the dream is often as important as the objects and images of the dream.
Did you feel your life was threatened? Did you feel that you could have turned and faced the chaser with relative success? These questions will help determine the interpretation of such dreams.
Chasing Another Person – Chasing another person you know in a dream may be a sign of needing to protect that person from themselves. Many times people embark on paths that seem illogical or even self-destructive. The impulse is to chase them down and try to redirect them.
Another common chasing dream revolves around heroic behavior. You are chasing someone to right a wrong committed against you or another. You may not directly know whom you are chasing, but you know their relationship to someone else you love and value-be it their boss, a criminal who has victimized them, or some other antagonist. If you can’t remember why you are chasing someone, try to concentrate on the emotion that the chase aroused.
Children – To dream of being befriended by a child can be a complex event. If you know the child in waking and dreaming, this may reflect a wish-fulfillment or projection. If you do not know the child from your waking life, he or she may be a reflection of yourself at a particular time in your past. The main puzzle piece to discern is the nature of your activity and relationship with the child.
Parenting a child can also be a simple wish-fulfillment dream or something more complex. Parenting a child may be a way that your brain is working out some difficulty in your own relationship to your parents or another relationship of responsibility.
Parenting can also be a power projection dream. There may be a relationship in your life where you feel out of control and want to bring it back under control. Since most of us have felt our parents exert emotional power toward us at different times, we are now doing likewise in the dream relationship.
The converse of this is dreaming of yourself as the child while other figures from your life exert power in different areas. You may have dreamt that you were playing dress-up in the office and your co-workers were all regular adult figures. In waking, you may in fact experience them as more powerful than yourself or even excessively powerful.
Choking – Choking may be a symbolic revulsion dream or a deprivation dream. Are you choking on food or being forcibly strangled? The source of the food or the food itself may be a symbol for a revulsion you feel in waking life. Is someone choking you and why? It may be that either you threaten them or they are depriving you of what you need to be effective in the home, workplace, or other setting.
Circles and Rings – Circles and rings are archetypal symbols. They can manifest themselves as circular rooms, the magic circles of shaman or other soothsayers, circus rings, or even circular driveways.
While circles are usually positive dream symbols, it is important to note the characters that accompany them and the emotions that surround them. Did you experience the circular object yourself, or watch others doing so? Was the circle broken or complete?
Cliffs – Cliffs are majestic, dangerous places. If you are on cliffs in your dreams, you probably feel your life has a combination of these two qualities. Determining which one is prevalent depends on who is with you, or why you are on the cliffs. The thrill of the danger may be the allure of the cliffs, depending on your companionship. Is there a secret crush or forbidden love with you on the cliffs?
Dreams of cliffs may lead to that falling sensation that wakes you up. The cliff, in this case, may be a metaphor of your own consciousness at that moment. If your cliffs are on the seashore, you may be conjuring something out of the ocean or expecting to see something out upon the ocean. Dreams of this nature may reflect the archetype of fertility or creative power.
Courtyard – For some reason, many people have buildings with courtyards or atriums in their dreams. This may just be so much scenery, as we tend to like such things architecturally. Often times, these dreams reflect a desire to return to a more renewing or living place.
The courtyard can also be a womb image. As such, it can represent you getting back to your life source. It may be a sense on your part of mother power coming into the situation that has brought you to the courtyard. In these cases, you may be looking at the courtyard as a place of nurture or interference.
Creatures – They may possess power or destructive potential that hits at the core of our being. In these cases, we are confronted by a sense of angst or loss from unknown dangers through these creatures. There are some mixed creatures that are more playful, however. These creatures may be combined characterization of favored friends or pets, or may come from favorite literature or mythology images. In this case, the images are positive for us.
Colors – Most of the time, we dream of colors because visually we live in a colorful world. However, when those colors become prevalent or unusual in the dream, they may be an interpretive object in themselves. This is especially true if an entire dream setting in is different hues of a particular color or if a significant object seems unique for its coloring.
Since many colors have archetypal feelings and emotions attached to them, the approach taken by Jung is often helpful. However, it may be that a particular color transcends a Jungian meaning because of an experience you have had with it. If Jungian types do not fit, try freely associating significant objects from your waking life with the same color as the dream object for meaning.
Black – To see black in your dreams may represent danger or something hidden or unknown. Black can also mean mystery, death, mourning or depression.
Blue – To see the color blue in your dreams can mean that you are feeling “blue”. If it is the blue of the sky or ocean it can signify openness as well as heaven, eternity or tranquility.
Gray – If you see the color gray in your dreams, it could mean fear, fright, depression and poor health. Another meaning is that things are not clear to you.
Brown – This color is connected to the earth, physical things and to the practical state of mind.
Green – To see green images in your dream, may indicate they you feel it is time to make a positive change in your life and you are getting the green light to make this change. Green may also mean growth, healing & hope.
Orange – This color stands for your social energy, friendliness and personal pride. In other words you are a “social butterfly”.
Purple – Purple indicates healing abilities, compassion and spirituality. It can also mean royalty.
Red – Some believe that seeing anything red in your dreams means that it should be avoided. They feel that it means danger or to proceed with caution. Others disagree. They think that it can also have positive meanings, such as raw energy, force, aggressiveness, power and passion.
White – Seeing white in your dreams usually stands for purity, holiness, cleanliness and peace.
Yellow – This color represents well-being & happiness. If it is a golden yellow it represents intellect & wisdom. A greenish- yellow represents cowardice, deceit and dishonesty.
Black & White – To see black & white together represents good and evil, right and wrong and a balance of forces.
Checkered Patterns – Checked patterns can imply a question that you may need answered of a combination of feelings. The message that your subconscious might be trying to convey is “check this out” or “double check this.”
Plaid Patterns – Usually means mixed or opposing ideas or a mixed attitude.
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