曾志偉, 盧海鵬 and prosciutto

May 26, 2008 jeansdream

Hubby said, “so, you watched TV soap all night…” when I told him about this dream I had last night.

In my dream, Lo Hoi Pang 盧海鵬 (a prolific HK actor / sit com host) had lots of money and he invested in real estates via two mid-aged curvy ladies.  The condo unit costed him $14M.  He later found out that these two ladies were cons.  The unit was never theirs to sell and Lo never owned this unit.  At his “evergreen” age, this was an unbearable loss and he broke down into tears.

Eric Tsang Chi-wai 曾志偉 (another prolific HK actor / film director&producer / MC, known to always lend a hand to those in need in the entertainment biz) had overheard this and had decided to help Lo.  He put on a golden wig, put on clown-like make-up and dressed himself up as a woman.  He was going to pretend one of these con ladies, and he wanted to trick these ladies into repaying Lo his money.  (Look, a logical error in my dream is following:)  He went to confront these ladies, like he always did in movies.

On the way, (at this point, the dream changed theme  🙂 ) there was a terrible situation that called a large crowd of police, perimetering a dark street corner with illegal overhead overlapping wood boards.  They seemed to have been there for a while.

Then I went to one of the fast food stores near this crime location.  I ordered a sandwich with prosciutto (italian-style smoke ham)… (yum yum… quite creative in my dream  🙂  ) and when I was about to go, suddenly I thought, “let me buy some food for these policemen and policewomen as a token of appreciation for their efforts”.  Then I ordered 3 rice boxes with prosciutto, and 6 congee bowls with prosciutto, and half of these congee bowls should have extra “green” (aka – chinese spring onion), and the other half should skip the “green”.  That’s because I didn’t know if everyone liked the green, and the extra green was for, in case, all of them wanted some green, there would be enough to share.  I’ve asked for 3 times more the spoons and chopsticks.  When the take-outs were ready, I checked the order.  Instead of prosciutto, I saw regular luncheon meat and egg in the rice boxes!  Then I rebuked the store for their greed – a big reap-off comparing what I’ve paid and what I got!  But the store insisted I ordered the “regular” rice box.  (Wasn’t smart enough in the dream to ask why they charged the price for prosciutto.)

Then I delivered the food to one police officer.  He’s grateful for the food, and he carried the take-out behind a partition and some others gathered to share food.

Did one good thing.  Was happy.

 

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