I was not watching Family Guy.
I imagined a Guy joke while dreaming, and it struck me as one of the funniest gags I've ever seen. Of course, it was dream-logic funny, meaning it makes ABSOLUTELY NO FRAKKIN' SENSE if you think about it later. I just remember it involved Peter Griffin bawling, really bawling, on a lawn until, for some unknown reason, a giant computer keyboard key suddenly appears in the air like it ripped through a sheet.
But it made me think once I awoke: wow, how often does my dream-self actually laugh? Because I did. And it was a really satisfying laugh.
Yeah, my dreams are vivid. And I'm lucky enough to rarely, if ever, have actual nightmares, so I can mainly enjoy what's usually a deadpan-melodramatic spectacle: amazing stuff happens, or it certainly seems amazing, and I think, "Ah. Cool." Here are some other images I've dreamt lately:
By the way, leonardpart6, I have finally watched a little more actual Family Guy (yes, the show itself) and I'm warming up to it. I saw one episode years ago that I found half-funny and half-unpleasant (the one where Stewie miniaturizes himself to fly into his dad's body and destroy his sperm); I've finally seen more and laughed more.
A wingless Spruce Goose flying, then going into a flat spin like in Top Gun. I've actually seen the Spruce Goose when it was disassembled and being moved into its new museum home here in the Willamette Valley. Winding my way through tunnels and a dark, only partially-finished and often dirt-walled basement, trying to avoid Tom Cruise and Snape. Well, wouldn't you? Finding, and not being surprised by finding, my family home in Oakton, VA right around the corner from my current apartment building in Portland, OR. My parents' garage turned into a walk-up restaurant. A riot in a version of Washington, D.C. that somehow involved a Segway. (Edited To Add: Wait, here's another Segway link, you'll like this.)