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"Ski ball" championship game and Mrs. Summers
Occurring on Nov 27, 2006, this dream is a mix of fun and disappointment. I recall this dream quite well but is no where near any record-holders at just 85% in tact. I didn't use my mind game to enhance the story.
This dream has many parts to it, 9 to be exact. At the start, all was normal. My school and the grocery store are seemlessly mixed, as if in the same building. I don't recall the first event, but I saw a tournament going for a "Ski ball" arcade game. It took place in the school in the hallway. Here is where I found out Froot Loops cereal pieces were used as a kind of "money". Red pieces were the second-most at, I think, 20 units, and violet was the most at 100 units for sure. Shortly after my first Ski ball game, where I got 83 points, I found a hidden stash of Froot Loops cereal.
I grabbed the big ones with some of the smaller ones to make it seem more legitimate. Before the second round began, I met a short pretty lady (5 feet 2 inches or so) with black hair extending down to her shoulders named Mrs. Summers. She appearantly had a good tan given her darker-colored face and she always seemed to smile. She seemed friendly. I found her in the grocery store. I don't recall what I did.
I started the second game and got 76 points, after a 30-point penalty. Because you launch the ball by hand in the scoring area, cheating is a possibility. I launch the ball toward the 20 but it bounces off back where I shot it. I reacted by relaunching the ball back. This caused the penalty. Wall hits counted as one point.
Around here, I exchanged my Froot Loops for various items. I had a lot of high ones but low ones mixed in. I don't recall what I got other than them being added to my "bank". I went to the area and grabbed more, of which had lots of the small ones.
I encountered Mrs. Summers again. She didn't seem as friendly, but thought I was up to something inappropriate from what I can tell. I left for the game. I saw you were only allowed 2 rounds. You could play additional rounds to replace the lowest score you had, but you had to use the Froot Loops to do it. I handed two violet-colored ones over to get the 200 units I needed and I mentioned the the score board pointing to it. This is where the trouble started. Not only did I not get to play again, but many thought I cheated, even though my two scores added together, even without the penalty, were less than the score of a single round, from the many higher-ranking players.
I fled the area and went into the school gym. I climbed around on the audience stands surrounding it and tried to get high in the stands. The area was empty, but Mrs. Summers soon came. This is where things with her really got heated up. I once got on top of a high ledge 2 inches wide and 8 inches long, of which was barely able to hold my shoes. I stood upright on it for a while but after Mrs. Summers became a nuisance, I left and went into the grocery store.
I recall being in the area where many seasonings were in small containers barely 2 cubic inches. Again, I encountered Mrs. Summers. She, too, caused a lot of trouble. I reached my limit and couldn't stand it any longer. I placed her in my shopping cart in a rage and pushed the cart at high speed (about 12 to 14 mph) toward a sidewalk across the parking lot. The cart hit the edge of the sidewalk causing Mrs. Summers, who was still in it, to fly out of it nearly 20 feet. She supposedly fell over and laid flat on the sidewalk not moving.
One minute later, I was settled down and I saw my dad walking into the store wondering why I took so long. I left with him and, as I usually did, ran toward the truck and waited for the slow poke to come. While waiting, I hid behind a car near the truck and casted cure on Mrs. Summers to get her back to normal. Dad arrived and got in the truck. I left for home and my dad was apparently not aware of what happened. While leaving the parking lot, I saw Mrs. Summers walking back toward the store just fine. A few seconds later, the dream ended.
This is the layout of the board used with the "Ski ball" game. You launch the ball in the area with the 25% opaque sky blue area. The different slots have different scoring values. Walls surround the entire board, but this is the main playing area. On the round where I get the penalty, the ball hits the wall at the top part between the 20 and the 10.
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