A Twitter user recently took to his page on the micro-blogging platform to seek an interpretation of a dream he just had last night and in reaction, many Nigerians have been hilariously interpreting the dream for him.
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Dreams as we all know and does experience are series of activities that go on during our state of unconsciousness, and according to some researchers dreams usually come with a hidden message attached to them. However, for this particular young man who is identified as @Odogwu cc, the dream he just had last night was so weird to him that he has to publicize it online for interpretation.
The young man in question posted on his page that he had a dream where he saw himself drinking garri. In his words, "Where are the Josephs on the timeline? Please, what does it mean to drink garri in your dream"? He wrote.
Shortly after he made the tweet, many Netizens instead of offering a meaningful explanation took to his comment section to drop some funny responses.
Here are some of the hilarious reactions.
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