Post # 1
FH just now… “Did they kick you off??” [break] “Really???!”
i’m just surprised it was actual words… usually he talks so fast it comes out as gobbledygook! will be interesting to see if he remembers what his dream was 😛
Post # 3
I live with a sleep kisser. LOL
Post # 4
@goingtotherooftopoflove: Meeeee. FH doesn’t do it often but when he does it’s in Serbian so I have no idea what he is saying.
Post # 5
We both do. DH only does it when he’s falling asleep and its usually just mumble jumble but every once and a while, he’ll say something out of the blue and usually very bizarre.
I have full sleep conversations.
Post # 6
I’m the sleep talker, but generally, it’s just mumbling and grumbling, so Fiance can never understand what I’m actually saying.
Post # 7
He doesn’t usually (I do, though!)
One time I remember him saying very clearly, “Put it in the idea mailbox.”
I was like THAT’S BRILLIANT!!!
Post # 8
Apparently when I’m really tired, really ill, or really drunk I sort of “switch off” for a while and then power on about half power again… in this state I have nonsensical conversations with Darling Husband and even sometimes attempt to do random household chores. After a while, I apparently “power off” again and then this seems to “reset” me.
I remember none of these sessions. Initially Darling Husband tried to wake me up… now he just gives up. Apparently I have my eyes open and everything, and I say things like:
Him: Now, come to bed, you must be tired!
Me: I’m not going to bed until I’ve found my sponge!
Him: What sponge?
Me: My sponge. The blue sponge. For washing the elephants. WHERE ARE THE ELEPHANTS?
Him: Ah… sleepwalking again. I’ll… leave you to it then…
He says it happens maybe twice a year. Apparently my brother does it too!
Post # 9
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
@goingtotherooftopoflove: Darling Husband used to, I think it had something to do with our terrible sleep schedule. Anyway, one night the cat was running around our apartment meowing and my asleep then-BF said “is he going to eat me?!”
Post # 10
@goingtotherooftopoflove: Present! I’m the one that talks in their sleep. I also accidentally kick, softly hit his arm, poke him in the back, and stroke his shoulder too. I’ve said things like “Backpack!” while giggling and “Idiots, you don’t empty the contents!” Neither of us has any clue what I mean and we always wind up laughing about it.
There was one time that Fiance woke up to find me out of bed about to take my medicine because I thought it was time to get up.
I think it’s due to stress and anxiety. I never feel that rested, so I’m pretty sure I’m not sleeping well.
Post # 11
@goingtotherooftopoflove: My Fiance talks in his sleep. But in Farsi. And he’s Austrian/Native American. Lol but it has to do with him having night terrors from the military. I always thought he was saying the f-word, but he’s saying, “Stop” in Farsi.
Post # 12
My SO sleep talks, especially when he is falling asleep . He usually speaks pretty clearly so it’s not always easy to tell whether he is awake or asleep. So I have developed a system – I ask him a math problem. Usually it’s something like, what’s 10/2. If he gets it wrong he’s asleep. Also, it is hilarious to watch someone do math in their sleep!
Post # 13
Just tonight! I was getting back from the restroom. As I’m getting in bed
him: *turns over laughing*” you almost got punched in the face”
me: *laughs* “did I scare you?”
him: “no” *immediately starts snoring*
I texted him what had just happened.lol. I don’t know what kinda dream he was having.
oh but I’m usually the sleep talker. Sometimes Fiance purposely ask me things when I’m half asleep and recorded ot to show me later! Lol
Post # 15
I am the sleep talker in this situation. I frequently am screaming “no” and “stop.” I must be having really traumatic dreams!
Post # 16
My Fiance does it frequently. One night he mumbled something about going to Disney World (wtf?). He also ‘answers the work phone’ a lot while sleeping, poor thing. I’ve heard him get quite irate with a dream customer, argue about a server, and get really pissed.
I’ve talked in my sleep a few times, from what I was told, but it doesn’t happen very often.