Post # 1
I tend to talk in my sleep if I go to bed first..and get semi-woken up when my SO comes to bed. For example last night. I had all the blankets so he asked for some..I said “No, and rolled over”. He tried explaining that he had none..and than realized I was actually sound asleep…my response to this was “shh” which made him laugh…my response from his laughter was “that means be quiet” in an angry voice.
Haha..good thing he realized I was asleep and found it quite funny…
however I had this issue in the past with an ex where I wasn’t quite as nice…I used to swear, and kick and once in a while punch in my sleep. I’m guessing it was cuz i was just frustrated with our relationship issues.
I’m completely happy with my current relationship but am also a little scared that my sleeping issues with relapse.
Anyone else do strange things/talk in your sleep?
Post # 3
That’s funny. I used to talk in my sleep a lot but sometimes if I”m dreaming of something funny, I will start laughing in my sleep and wake up my husband. And just the opposite, sometimes if I’m dreaming of something sad and horrible, I start crying in my sleep and wake myself up crying.
On a side note, last summer we all had a good laugh when my mom told us that my dad was talking in his sleep and at the top of his lungs screamed: “YOU STUPID BITCH!’ Not sure what that dream was about.
Post # 4
lol My godsister was fighting in her sleep on day. She said, “I’m gonna whip you a** b***ch”! She was punching the air and kept saying “whip a**” over and over. lol We watched her and laughed until she woke up. haha
Post # 5
I talk in my sleep sometimes. Mostly it’s just nonsense and only if I’m realllly tired.
My grandma however, is another story. She yells and screams in her sleep. One vacation we shared a hotel room (FI included) and she screamed out some gems like “DIE! DIE!”, “KILL ‘EM”, followed by cackling. I thought it was hilarious… Fiance was ready to go sleep in the hallway.
Post # 6
I talk in my sleep sometimes. Before we got married, I was having episodes where I would get up and turn on the lights or freak out because I thought someone was trying to come in the house without even waking up. That was crazy.
Post # 7
My partner talks in his sleep all the time! Especially if he has gone to bed first. From random indecipherable murmurs to straight up weird conversations.
One time after I came to bed he sat bolt upright, looked around the room then directly at me and in a very, very serious/somewhat panicked voice asked “Do you know about THE PLAN?” after trying to talk to him he just kept asking me over and over about ‘the plan’ and assured me that our friend V would tell me all about it.
It is often full of hilarity and I find if I don’t respond to him/talk to him when he’s sleeping that he’ll quiet down.
Post # 8
I HOLD CONVERSATIONS in my sleep. My best friend in high school would always talk with me while I was asleep. I’d say something and wake her up and she’d start talking back to me. I’d usually babble some nonsense and she’d say, “Is this just a dream?” and I’d say “NO!” I also used to sleep walk a lot, though not as much anymore.
Post # 9
My fiance talks in his sleep. Usually I talk back to him when I’m awake to see where the conversation goes. During the last time, he started telling me about deep sea fishing (he’s never been) and how there was a squid on the treasure box. lmao!
Post # 10
My husband and I both talk in our sleep; it can be both hilarious and completely embarassing, but luckily we’ve been together long enough we just laugh it off now.
The most embarassing story (for me) actually happened right at the beginning of our relationship. We’d only been dating a few weeks, and we were cuddled in bed together just falling asleep. I had a dream that I was fighting with my little sister over something, and to make her give it to me, I bit her… in my dream. In real life, I bit my husband (then, VERY new boyfriend) on the forehead, hard enough to draw blood. We joke about it now, but it completely killed me at the time.
Post # 11
@ohheavenlyday: Oh man, my cousin sleep walks sometimes, it’s the weirdest thing! Last time she got out of bed and started putting her regular clothes over her PJs and telling me that she had to go to work… WTF??
Post # 12
LOLLLLL. I woke up once when I was about 17 and I was sitting at the vanity in my bedroom braiding my hair. WTF??? My dad says when we were little and would take vacations, if we stayed in a hotel, I always woke up in the middle of the night turning on lamps.
Post # 13
My Fiance has told me that I can be down right mean when I sleep talk! I dont ever remember any of the things that I say, but he has told me some great stories. I also tend to have sleep conversations!
Post # 14
The SO sometimes mumbles in his sleep, but I usually have no idea what he’s saying. Once in a while he will laugh in his sleep which I absolutely love! hahah. Its so cute and funny because its like a deep belly laugh, and sometimes he even wakes himself up!
Post # 15
I don’t but Darling Husband does and it can be quite hysterical at times. The second night we spent together when we first met, we were sleeping and I was needing to use the restroom and went to get out of bed and he grabbed me and yelled, “don’t get off the bed there is a huge black and white snack that is gonna getcha”. I said no there isn’t and went to the restroom and came back and he was sound asleep and didn’t remember anything the next morning:)
Post # 16
I’m terrible! I will talk to Fiance, holding actual conversations, and not remember a word. He now knows that I need to actually acknowledge him by name and blink a few times or I won’t remember a thing. And I sleepwalk. Since I was young.
Most embarrassing story: When I was about 10-ish, I crawled down off my top bunk, went downstairs to the main level, took a right to the kitchen (where my mom was doing that year’s taxes) instead of a left to the bathroom. I then continued on to the sink, opened the cupboard, pulled out the trash can, sat down, and peed! Then I reached in the cupboard over and over hollering that we were out of toilet paper (obviously, it’s not kept under the kitchen sink!). My mom, laughing hysterically, got me a roll from the bathroom. I tidied up, put the trash can back under the sink, closed the cupboard, washed my hands, and went to the living room to sleep on the couch. I could NOT believe her until she showed me the roll of TP I’d thrown under the cupboard. My poor ma!