Post # 1
Most mornings, I wake up before Fiance. My internal body clock is crazy regular. So I wander around the house and do things all morning by myself. Sometimes I go bother him to try to get him up when I get lonely.
This morning, I was in the bedroom and said, half to myself, “Ooooh, I’m up early enough to make breakfast.”
Fiance rolls over and and says “Beware the milk!”
I know the milk expires today so I just laughed that off, but I answered without looking at him, “I think I’ll make some eggs.”
He said “Yeah eggs… milk. Toast. Get breakfast. Or you could go to the coffee shop.”
It’s important to note here that we used to live above a coffee shop. It closed for a while, but yesterday, they started doing renovations to open it up again. It is still a long way from being finished. So I just paused and said, “Babe… how long do you think you’ve been asleep?” He mumbled “Coffee shop. Breakfast. Strudels. Don’t drink the milk!”
And at that point I realized he wasn’t even awake. I got a good laugh out of it.
Has your FI/SO/DH ever talked in his sleep?
Post # 3
Darling Husband once kicked me awake and as I scolded him he told me he was “Just trying to bring the cats to a place where they could run free”…I let it go..
Post # 4
@MissLunchbox: OMG I actually laughed out loud at that…
Post # 5
I talk in my sleep. I once got up and carried my cat into the main room and lamented to my roommate that “The cat doesn’t have any hair. Where’s all the cat’s hair?”
Post # 6
Fiance will sometimes wake up in the middle of the night, look totally alert, and tell me something INCREDIBLY random. One of the most memorable ones was about a parking lot on the ceiling and something about redoing the (non-existant in that apartment) crown molding. I always get such a kick out of it.
Post # 7
@autumnmountainbride: My SO once said, “I think that goes well with the pink” in his sleep. I don’t generally like pink and have never mentioned it outside of loving pink flowers for our future wedding, so I’m sure that was what he was referring to!
It’s even cuter because (1) we’re not engaged yet and (2) he’s a manly man, so he doesn’t really know much about wedding planning.
Post # 8
I think I have a story that will take the cake.
Fiance talks in his sleep. He always has it’s okay.
I have an ex that I’m still good friends with (it was one of those situations where we realized really quickly that we’re much better off as friends, and it ended really maturely). We’ll call him B.
Once, while on vacation to Florida, Fiance had a CONVERSATION with B in his sleep. They were just talking about cars, but Fiance referenced my ex by name. It was one of the most bizarre moments of my entire life.
Post # 9
Not my SO, but my college roommate talked at a normal conversational volume in complete sentences in her sleep. It really freaked me out the first time. Sometimes when I told her what she said she would remember what she was dreaming about. The most memorable one was when a midget pimp (as in he pimped midgets who later turned into children?) kidnapped her father.
Post # 10
- Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center
I used to talk in my sleep as a child. My parents said that is how they knew which boy I liked.
Thankfully that has stopped.
Post # 11
Mr. 99 laughs in his sleep, it’s really creepy to hear him chuckling late at night in a pitch black room….I don’t know, it’s so….unwholesome.
Post # 12
Fiance talks to me about work related stuff sometimes. He’ll give me directions as if I’m his employee.
Post # 13
SO talks in his sleep a lot. What is especially funny is if he kicks me by accident or something, he apologizes profusely but doesnt’ remember it in the morning
Post # 14
SO talks in his sleep sometimes, but I’ve only heard it in the morning (though he could be chatting all night – who knows?). He’ll say something realllllly random (wish I could remember an example!) and most of the time I end up laughing my ass off.
Post # 15
I woke up once to my ex dragging me out of bed by my ankle because he was convinced there were giant spiders in it. He had horrible night terrors, so it was always an adventure. Usually, he’d sit bolt upright, eyes wide open, and prophecise some sort of great doom. And then there were the times he’d thrash around so much, I’d wake up with a bruise…
Post # 16
My husband talks in his sleep all the time. When he starts, I’ll ask him questions and he answers.
One time he literally tackled me and said something about a touchdown. When I woke him up—he told me in his dream I was the defense about to tackle Eli Manning, so he had to stop me. So glad I know where his loyalties really lie!
And his mom told me that when he was younger, he and his older brother used to have full-on nonsensical sleeping conversations when they shared a room togehter.