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        03-25-2013, 08:28 AM
      #11
    Yearling
    Alex is one of those halfawake talkers. The amount of times he's gone off about oil changes or front end jobs.... the time he SWORE the dog was a zombie.

    He can get dangerous though. He drives in his sleep, and will turn wrenches in his sleep, but if he's having a nightmare, im liable to be in the way of some killer monster slaying.

    Me on the other hand, the dog sniffles and im up for an hour. Makes for great morning alone time, but not so great 2 am ugrhhrggrhrghr time.

    So jealous of the heavy sleepers. Luckys
         
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        03-25-2013, 09:21 AM
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    Originally Posted by tinyliny    
    I wish. I wish I could sleep heavier. Why is it that so many men can sleep heavy like that, and most women cannot ? Even ones that have not been trained by midnight feedings of infants.

    I wake up when a butterfly passes my window. (of course I exaggerate)

    Because the men know they women will wake them up every time they need to get up. Plus if they "sleep" they don't have to get up and take care of anything in the middle of the night because the women will.
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        03-25-2013, 09:54 AM
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    Yearling
    My ex talked in his sleep, first night I met him we stayed at a friends after her party. He woke me up several times by talking lol. It just got more amusing as we started dating there was "Sam do you know this person" in the most serious voice. Or my favorite "[sisters name] if you get your feet off my back I'm going to put my foot up your rear end" while actually acting like he had someone shoving their feet in his back.
    Apparently I just curse in my sleep, who knew :/
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        03-25-2013, 03:11 PM
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    My wife always said she was amazed at the fact that she could beat on pots and pans, run a roller pin over my back, shake and roll me around on the bed and not get so much as a shuffle of breathe, but let one of the babies start to make a whimper sound and I am awake as if I had never been asleep.

    Take care of them and be back to sleep before my head hit the pillow.
         
        03-25-2013, 04:33 PM
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    Green Broke
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    So if your hubby didn't have you to wake him up, he would sleep in every morning?
    Yes. He works with his dad in construction so he kinda got away with it. But hed go in 1 to 2 hours late every day.
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        03-26-2013, 01:26 AM
      #16
    Weanling
    I never really talked much in my sleep, but a few of my friends have. When I was a teen it was a real kick at sleepovers. The only thing I actually remember the story of, (tho I don't remember actually -saying- it) was one morning for school my mom woke me up and I said, " *mumble* *mumble* Next to the...Hippo. I KNOW THAT!!!" And then it was like I was awake after saying it, because I remember my mom standing in my doorway with a wth? Look on her face, hahaha. When she told me I said that I just laughed because I couldn't even remember dreaming about a hippo....let alone what was next to it.
         

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