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Curious, nosey, tending to get into everything. The idea that focusing on the small things can bring big results.
Curious, nosey, tending to get into everything. The idea that focusing on the small things can bring big results. The feeling that something is pestering you, "gnawing away at you," or "nickel and diming" you.
Dream dictionary definition for hamster: Hamsters are rodents and common childhood pets.
To see a hamster in your dream suggests that you are keeping your temper in line. This dream can also indicate a need for love and acceptance.
hamster a child's pet, often their first; running on a treadmill; feeling caged. When do you feel warm and fuzzy and looked after?
To see a hamster in your dream, represents underdeveloped emotions. You are distancing yourself from others so that you won't end up getting hurt. It may also indicate that issues of sexuality are trivial to you.
To dream of a hamster represents a sensitive situation or problem that is easily aggravated. A hamster maybe a sign that you need to leave something alone or being very careful how you handle something. TOP
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Dreamed about hamsters. What does it mean?
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HAMSTER immature emotional outlook
HAMSTER non threatening thoughts
HAMSTER safe and comfortable ideas and thoughts / safe and comfortable relationships
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When an animal (usually human) chooses to blink only one eye as a signal to another in a social setting (a form of body language), it is known as winking. Some animals (for example, tortoises and hamsters) blink their eyes independently of each ...
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