DREAM DICTIONARY - Cheeky :What could cheeky behaviour in a dream represent? When does cheeky behaviour feature in our thoughts? If someone is being cheeky then it may mean that they have crossed a line - they are making a joke which is not funny and which is inappropriate. Someone may not be showing the respect that is appropriate for someone in a position of seniority. So the dream may touch on issues like that, especially a belief that you are in a senior position and people should show you respect yet some do not seem to understand this. It may touch on issues where you need to stamp your authority and demand respect.
On the other hand, everyone likes to have a laugh and a joke. Having a joke with someone in a position of authority may show how much you get along with them. Making an insult at their expense is sometimes a way of showing how much you get along. Its often our friends who make jokes at our expense. Yet trying to judge this is not easy. Humour is often a tough line to judge as you may end up offending someone. So if you have been trying to judge just how far you can go with joke then your dream may link to that.
KEY WORDS :offending, rude, stamping your authority, crossing a line, a joke gone wrong, genuinely getting along with your boss/teacher
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