Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Club Penguin Reportedly Closed Down In Local Man's Terrifying Nightmare

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PEARL CITY, HONOLULU—Cheats With Dino has received some exclusive coverage of a local man's terrifying nightmare that he experienced earlier today. Reports have stated that Simon Adinger woke from his slumber at roughly 10:30AM today, after dozing off at roughly 1AM, relieved to find that his nightmare he suffered from just hours earlier about Disney's Club Penguin shutting down unexpectedly was just that, a nightmare, and not his reality.

The 24-year-old man in question, also know as 'Siboy1' online, suspects his chilling nightmare was induced by the cold room he was sleeping in at the time. Adinger mentioned to a Cheats With Dino reporter that when he woke up, he noticed that his window was cranked open as he fell asleep forgetting to close it, making the room quite cold and resulting in his nightmare, he believes. Dr. Daniel Shade, of the Allegheny Health Network Sleep Institute does not fully agree that sleeping in a room that is too cold can directly affect your dreams. However, he supports the idea of sleeping in a temperature-controlled room. “A little bit cooler temperature tends to help a lot of people sleep better.”

Cheats With Dino has also received some exclusive information from Adinger, revealing that, while he is relieved that the game he loved as a child is not permanently closing, it has led to some questions about what is truly happening in his subconscious. "I mean, the last time I touched my Club Penguin account was probably in 2008, when I was playing with my high-school buddies," Adinger chuckled to our reporters. "It's cool that my brain likes to pick up on old stuff that I haven't actually thought about in years, but it does make me wonder why Club Penguin and why at this time, also," the troubled adult added.

When asked about if this nightmare has motivated him to play Club Penguin again and reconnect with old friends that he once played with, Adinger mentioned he was simply too busy to pick up "a hobby like Club Penguin again, at least for now."

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