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Clive Robertson Cooking Up A Holiday In My Kitchen

September 17th, 2007 at 02:49pm

One of the few benefits of the flu is the amount of sleep it allows me to get during the day when I usually have better dreams, and I had two good ones yesterday. I’ll share one with you today, and the other one I will save for tomorrow.

In this dream I am in my kitchen making myself a cup of tea with one sugar and no milk. As I take out the tea bag and turn around to place it in the bin I notice that 2UE’s Clive Robertson is standing at my kitchen bench stirring a plastic cooking container. I decide to ask Clive a question which has been on my mind for a few days…is he going on holidays soon? So I walk over to him and ask the question, and instead of answering it, he starts to tell me all about the rice he is cooking.

Clive’s story is interrupted after a minute or so by two men standing on the other side of the bench, Channel Seven’s Bruce McAvaney and Dennis Cometti, who both start commentating Clive’s cooking efforts. They both get very excited when Clive puts the rice in the microwave oven, and become increasingly excited as the microwave counts down, and are both absolutely ecstatic when Clive “wins” the game by taking the cooked rice out of the microwave.

After this Clive drinks my cup of tea and the dream ends.

I’m sure Clive will be disappointed that, once again, he is appearing in the dreams of a male.


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  • 1. Tony  |  September 18th, 2007 at 8:23 pm

    I hope you don’t get ill too often Samuel with dreams like that.
    Sounds like a twisted version of Ready Steady Cook.

  • 2. larry  |  September 18th, 2007 at 11:26 pm

    Hello Sam, What a brilliant site you have here.

  • 3. Pen 15  |  September 20th, 2007 at 6:35 pm

    Thats quite funny that you have erotic dreams featuring Bruce McAvaney. I had one with him in it also, except in the dream he left before the erotic part started.


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