I was standing outside of my mother's room when my sister (five years my younger) came upstairs and began to discuss her dream. Throughout her dream, a sinking feeling of dread slowly came over me.
In it, she was with her friends and they went to the bus-stop, but the bus had already left. A man she didn't know offered her a ride, and she got in, thus being "kidnapped" (her interpretation). When she ran up to our parents' room afterward, she knocked and the door and cried out "Daddy!"
At this point, I knew what had happened and I glanced at my sister curiously when she said she didn't know the man. That had been me at the doorway in the dream, looking down at her as she explained what had happened, a little excited / frightened. But a moment later she looked at me and said "It was you, and you were older... but why did I call you Daddy?" I frowned at her. Indeed, I was a few years older -- 3 years, about -- in the dream, but then I ask her "what did I say to you?" because I had messed up and told her something I shouldn't have. She looked at me curiously again before saying "nothing, you just punched a guy".
Which is an incorrect ending. I had looked down at her with my cold eyes (and I feel mentioning that they were somehow darker, as well) and told her something I shouldn't have (though she wouldn't understand it) in the dream. I am relieved that she didn't remember it, personally, but am somewhat irritated by my participation in it.
Has this ever happened to you, though? I, personally, was not in her dream until the last moments (I did not dream her dream until near the end), and to screw up so royally...