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post #1 of 26
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My DH is sleeping in his chair next to me. I don't know why he doesn't just go to bed. When I am sleepy and wake up in the living room I cannot wait to get to bed.

Anyway, he has just been talking away. About work, I guess. He woke up a little while ago when I yelled at the cat for chewing on the power cord, and started asking me weird questions. Stuff that just made absolutely no sense at all. I think he was still halfway sleeping or still dreaming then.

Do your do this, or hav you been told that you do?
post #2 of 26
yea, heyu makes chripping sounds, and meow all the times how she sleeps.
post #3 of 26
NO but he snores like it's going outta style!!!!! Also, he'll wake up and we'll have a random conversation that I assume he'll remember the next day, and he never does. EVER.

I've been told I talk in my sleep, mainly when I'm having nightmares I make noises that sound like scared words.
post #4 of 26
so Cats dont count as SO?
post #5 of 26
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Originally Posted by theimp98 View Post
so Cats dont count as SO?
Hahahaha for me they do!!!!
My human significant other gets jealous of all the attention I lavish on my furbabies.

Only one of them snores though, and she doesn't sleep in our bedroom anymore!
post #6 of 26
I don't have a SO but I've been told I talk in my sleep. Sometimes when I'm sleeping someone will walk in my room and ask me something and I answer, even though I'm asleep.
As for the cats, yeah, they meow in their sleep.
post #7 of 26
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NO but he snores like it's going outta style!!!!!
Same with my wife.
I've been told I'm a dead sleeper, as in I don't roll around, snore or talk in my sleep and can barely hear me breathe, just like a dead person (except the breathing part) I don't know if thats a good thing or not.
post #8 of 26
Yes he does, all the time.. i find it hilarious actually He makes some strange grunting noises as he is falling off to sleep too. And if i wake him from a deep sleep he starts talking random jibberish which is sooo funny

he tells me i shuffle about all night and nick the duvet and wrap myself in it so he ends up with none, i dont believe it though Not me!
post #9 of 26
I never hear a squeek out of Gil, but he said i snore now and again, but i say i don't and i've just got his word for it because i'm asleep
post #10 of 26
B giggles and laughs in his sleep. It's hilarious.

He says that he never remembers what he was dreaming about. It's just hilarious.
post #11 of 26
Ugh! When hubby is stressed he'll talk in his sleep. Lots of times it is before some field operation thing and I'll hear him going over a check list...

"mumble mumble..... CHECK"....


I need to record him sometime.
post #12 of 26
Neil will babble something that I cannot understand and of course not remember it either the next day!!
post #13 of 26
Scott doesn't although he'll occasionally snore. I've seen Chevy's whiskers twich and his paws will too. He looks like he's dreaming of pouncing on something. I've only seen this once. Chevy doesn't sleep in our presence anymore. My guess is he sleeps while we're gona and at night. He's an insomniac according to cat rules...
post #14 of 26
Oh yeah mine laughs in his sleep and cusses something wicked. Sometimes I think he is cussing at me while dreaming, other times he talks about work stuff in his sleep... Its too funny.

When I talk in my sleep it is nothing but mumbles and sounds. Makes no sense!
post #15 of 26
Yes my hubby talks in his sleep. I had a forewarning of this when we were dating. I called him and he answered the phone and we had a little conversation. Later I went to his house and he had no rememberance of ever talking to me on the phone just 30 min. before. Now he will do things where he thinks a dream is real. Just a couple days ago I got up and my hubby says, "So did the trip go well?" I responded, "What trip? I just got up." He blinked and said, "Oh, I guess that was a dream" Poor guy. He makes me laugh almost as much as my fur babies do
post #16 of 26
John talks in his sleep all the time. What he babbles about makes absolutely NO sense to me, but it always seems quite important to him.
post #17 of 26
Sometimes he will just be laughing his head off and I ask him what is so funny and he wakes up and says he doesn't know what on earth I'm talking about!!
post #18 of 26
DH toots and then giggles. Thats about it. I do weird stuff. Like get out of bed, walk to the blank wall between the air filter and DH's dresser and start doing something with my hands like something was on the wall. Then when DH asks what I'm doing I'll reply with something like "nothing" or "trying to make it be quite."
post #19 of 26
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Originally Posted by Worriedmommy View Post
Yes my hubby talks in his sleep. I had a forewarning of this when we were dating. I called him and he answered the phone and we had a little conversation. Later I went to his house and he had no rememberance of ever talking to me on the phone just 30 min. before. Now he will do things where he thinks a dream is real. Just a couple days ago I got up and my hubby says, "So did the trip go well?" I responded, "What trip? I just got up." He blinked and said, "Oh, I guess that was a dream" Poor guy. He makes me laugh almost as much as my fur babies do
That sounds a lot like me! I'm also known to sit upright all of a sudden, mumble something incoherant very loudly, and lay right back down, after I've woken DH up with a start. One time I made plans with a friend (when I was about 14) but I didn't remember at all. The next day she called me like "where are you!?!" I was supposed to be eating out with her and a bunch of other people for her birthday! My Mom took me but I had to go all grubby and smelling like bleach!
post #20 of 26
I've never heard my SO talk in his sleep and he's never told me that I do.
My step-mom on the other hand does almost on a nightly basis according to my dad. He says he's even carried on conversations with her in the middle of the night. One night she even started throwing swings at my dad in her sleep! She never remembers any of it in the morning and she doesn't believe my dad when he tells her what she does He said some night he's going to tape record her so she can hear herself!
post #21 of 26
Colin doesn't talk in his sleep, but i sure do! I've talked in my sleep since i was little - my mom and sister tape recorded me one time and played it back to me- it was all really random and made no sense Colin says i'll have conversations with myself in my sleep I'm also really bad about stealing all the pillows/ covers and kicking him in his sleep Poor Colin I've kicked him in the floor a few times.
post #22 of 26
All the time. I was in the bathroom the other day and I could hear him laughing in his sleep. That's one of the big reasons we don't share a bed.
post #23 of 26
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All the time. I was in the bathroom the other day and I could hear him laughing in his sleep. That's one of the big reasons we don't share a bed.
That sounds kinda lonely But I get where your coming from. Sometimes I enjoy when my bf falls asleep on the couch (which is often... dork) because I get the bed to myself. he talks in his sleep, elbows, kicks, takes covers, mangles the covers, is always putting his dead weight on me... etc. I think the only time I get efficient sleep is when he passes out watching tv
post #24 of 26
My boyfriend talks in his sleep all the time. It's so funny, because he'll wake up sometimes and still be talking crazy talk from his dream. One time he was talking away in his sleep, and he gets up out of bed, walks over to his desk, picks up the pencil cup, and brings it back to bed with him. Then promptly went back to sleep. I was like "Jared what are you doing?" and all as he said was "I needed my cupy." It made no sense at all, but was soo funny.
post #25 of 26
Cripes, I just wish I could figure out a way to get her to stop talking when she's awake.
post #26 of 26


Yup-he does!! Its really bad after he has had a few too many drinks....

Usually its about work, or something stupid and that makes no sense
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