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MAN DREAM OF HIS ENCIK CALLING FOR ‘STANDBY UNIVERSE’, WAKE UP CRYING

I had a dream that my Army Encik was calling for ‘Standby Universe’.

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I was standing in formation with my platoon, fully dressed in military fatigues and waiting for orders. But instead of orders, my Encik said ‘Standby Universe’.

At first, I didn’t understand what he meant. I knew the order was important, but I didn’t know what I was supposed to do. I looked around me, hoping that someone could explain what was going on. Everyone else seemed just as confused as I was.

The dream felt so real. I could feel the sweat dripping down my face as I stood there. I could smell the salty air of the sea as the waves crashed against the shore. I could hear the sound of the wind blowing through my hair.

The dream went on for what felt like hours. I kept waiting for someone to tell me what to do, but nobody did.

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Then, suddenly, I was jolted awake by a loud, piercing noise. It sounded like a siren. Startled, I sat up in bed, my heart racing. I looked around me, disoriented, trying to figure out where the noise was coming from.

It was only then that I realised I had been dreaming. I was in my own bedroom, not on a military base. I was relieved to realise this, but I was still shaken by the dream.

In my dream, my Army Encik had been calling for ‘Standby Universe’, but I had no idea what it meant in the dream. But I knew exactly what it was after I woke up.

I lay in bed for a few minutes, my mind racing. I was still trying to make sense of it all when I felt tears streaming down my face. I was crying in my sleep.

I was so confused and scared. I had no idea why I was having this dream, or what it meant. All I knew was that it had scared me deeply. I felt like I was in a nightmare that I couldn’t wake up from.

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I lay in bed for a while, trying to compose myself. Eventually, I dozed off again.

The next morning, I woke up feeling a little better. I still felt shaken by the dream, but I was no longer scared. I knew that it was just a dream and that I was safe.

I spent the day thinking about the dream. I kept wondering what it meant, and why I had had it. I was still completely baffled.

Army days have definitely scarred me.

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