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Posted 3/27/15 , edited 3/27/15
personally have never sleeptalked or sleepwalked.

but would like to be filmed doing so... because it would be pretty epic (and scary at the same time).




have woke up in tears before, due to having sad dreams....
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Posted 3/27/15 , edited 3/27/15

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personally have never sleeptalked or sleepwalked.



My X used to talk in his sleep, though they were mostly nonsense words.

I find it very suspicious that every time i -COULD- understand him, the line of wording was pointedly perverted. Sweet faker.


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Posted 3/27/15
I used to scream not talk
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Posted 3/27/15

GayAsianBoy wrote:

personally have never sleeptalked or sleepwalked.

but would like to be filmed doing so... because it would be pretty epic (and scary at the same time).




have woke up in tears before, due to having sad dreams....


One of my friends sleepwalked for the first time he knew of in his life last year.

He knew about it that time because he fell off a balcony. Three stories onto solid concrete, breaking his pelvis, both legs, and cracking the back of his skull.

He was bedridden for three months and is still in physical therapy.
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Posted 3/27/15

Morbidhanson wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:

personally have never sleeptalked or sleepwalked.

but would like to be filmed doing so... because it would be pretty epic (and scary at the same time).




have woke up in tears before, due to having sad dreams....


One of my friends sleepwalked for the first time he knew of in his life last year.

He knew about it that time because he fell off a balcony. Three stories onto solid concrete, breaking his pelvis, both legs, and cracking the back of his skull.

He was bedridden for three months and is still in physical therapy.


Oh shit, I wish him a speedy recovery.
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Posted 3/27/15
my life is so boring, i don't recall having any of those experiences when I'm around my friends or other people. seems cool tho
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Posted 3/27/15 , edited 3/27/15
I have talked and screamed in my sleep and I even fell off the bed once when I was having a dream about falling...
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Posted 3/27/15
Usually while deep in slumber, I start mumbling sentences that sound legit, and then slowly unravel into weird phrases. I once spoke about going into a hotel to preform an excorsist.
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Posted 3/27/15

LOL he slapped you awake.
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Posted 3/27/15

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LOL he slapped you awake.


LMAO. Didn't think anyone else would find that funny! Of course it wasn't at the time but now I can laugh it off. I can't wait for the night he's sleep talking so I can do the same to him. MUAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHHDSAJKDSADLASKN
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Arielgirl375 wrote:


LOL he slapped you awake.


LMAO. Didn't think anyone else would find that funny! Of course it wasn't at the time but now I can laugh it off. I can't wait for the night he's sleep talking so I can do the same to him. MUAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHHDSAJKDSADLASKN


lol that's soo funny. I would like to slap someone awake... do you think your boyfriend had some joy in slapping you awake?
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He looked more like he was upset, lol. Upset that I woke him up in the middle of the night with my yelling. Actually, now that I think about it- he looked pretty pleased to slap meeeee. Probably made him feel better He's taking a nap next to me right meow.... I should just.... *SLAP* hahahahaha.

Posted 3/27/15

Morbidhanson wrote:

One of my friends sleepwalked for the first time he knew of in his life last year.

He knew about it that time because he fell off a balcony. Three stories onto solid concrete, breaking his pelvis, both legs, and cracking the back of his skull.

He was bedridden for three months and is still in physical therapy.


that's horrible.

sleepwalking can be a serious and detrimental disease, to be honest. there are even cases of people "sleepraping" other people.
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Posted 3/27/15 , edited 3/27/15
I was at a sleepover once. I'm always the first one to fall asleep. I was kinda off to the side of the room, and I had only been asleep for about 20 minutes, when I suddenly sat up and exclaimed, "What's going on?!" and apparently looked around the room looking distressed. Then, I laid back down.
I was sleeping so good, I had no idea that I had said anything when I woke up in the morning and my friends told me what happened.
That was definitely one of the weirdest sleep talking experiences I had. I often talk in my sleep normally though, according to family members.
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I have an internal clock that works while I'm asleep. One day while dreaming, I felt this nagging sensation that I was about to miss something. I realized that I was definitely sleeping after seeing that my roommate's side of the room was clean and woke up instantly screaming, "ASIAN SENSE ACTIVATE!" This woke up my roommate and we got to school with a few minutes to spare.
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