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Am I the only person who does REALLY weird stuff in my sleep? No one else seems to have this little "problem".

-- Anonymous, August 15, 1999


Last night I was at Jason's house. We were laying on the couch together, watching a movie. Evidently, I fell asleep. The next thing I knew I was waking up on the floor in front of the couch with Jason crouched over me, looking at me kinda funny-like. I asked what was going on and why I was on the floor.

According to Mr. Pom-pom-pomeroy, we were watching the movie (Rosemary's Baby) and I fell asleep. At some point I "woke up" (?) and made a bunch of cranky noises and shifted around. Then I intentionally rolled off the couch, stealing the pillow and blanket, laid down on the floor between the couch and coffee table, and insisted on staying there. He asked me why I had gotten off the couch, and I said that his leg was on me and it was making me uncomfortable. Evidently, I was kind of rude about the whole thing. I said I would just stay there where I could have my own space or something. So he got up, turned off the movie, and let me go back to sleep. He was amusing himself doing other stuff, and then I started whimpering in my sleep and saying stuff. (I was having a nightmare.) This is where I woke up. Am I a freak?

-- Anonymous, August 15, 1999

I don't think I do weird stuff in my sleep, but I do know I have strange dreams that seem real. One time I had this dream that Dave was being really mean to me and was married to Brookie Lewis, but didn't tell me. Then I walked in on him and his friends and they were all making fun of me and made me cry. When I woke up, I couldn't help but be pissed at Dave. It was sort of stupid because it wasn't his fault, but it was in my dream.

Jaimee also talks in her sleep, for those of you who haven't had "the pleasure". She sometimes snores, and thinks about Lesbian Afro Farts, whatever they are.

-- Anonymous, August 15, 1999

I guess I talk about weird stuff when I'm sleeping and am awakened at some early hour of the morning. Once Dave came at 4 am and said I was talking about burnt toasters or something.

-- Anonymous, August 17, 1999

Last night I went to sleep all normal and whatnot. When I woke up this morning, I discovered that in my sleep I had gotten up, put on socks, pulled all the pillows off my bed (except one) and then gone to sleep right up against the wall (I usually sleep at the other edge of the bed) with my head at the foot end of the bed. I think this is final confirmation that I am "special".

-- Anonymous, August 22, 1999

You ARE special. I hope you don't come after me with ginsu knives when you move up. That would be past special. You'd be in "psycho" range if you did that.

-- Anonymous, August 22, 1999

I don't know if I do weird stuff while I'm sleeping. I'm usually unconscious then.

-- Anonymous, September 25, 1999

I don't know if I do anything weird while I'm sleeping, but I DO know that I'll be plenty warm in my bed this cold winter season because I have new fleece pajama pants. I made them myself-or my mom helped alot actually-from some heavy fleece material I found at the fabric store. No, I guess I don't do anything really weird when I'm asleep, but the fact that I went to a fabric store is kinda unusual, huh?

-- Anonymous, November 07, 1999

Things I've started to do in my sleep: have VERY odd dreams, and take off any clothes I might be wearing.

-- Anonymous, November 07, 1999

This is my attempt at single-handedly kickstarting this message board to the FunStation it once was. I find that I sleep diagonally on my bed these days. I don't know why I do this, but I guess my body finds it more comfortable. I'm only 5'1" (with tall shoes on), so I don't need to sleep diagonally because my feet fall off or anything like that.

Another thing I've discovered is that I can't wear pants when I sleep. I've tried and tried many times to wear my fun pyjama pants to bed, but I always wind up taking them off because they get all bunched up and uncomfortable. I tried training myself to wear pyjama pants to bed because in the event of a fire or other kind of disaster, I wouldn't want to run out of the house in a t-shirt and underwear.

-- Anonymous, April 16, 2002

I think I have you all beat. I had this weird dream when I was dating an ex-girlfriend, of going to her house and standing in her back yard, yelling to get her attention. Maybe this could be somewhat plausible. Somethin for the "Could have happend" file. Except I don't wear clothes when I sleep, the house in question is 3 miles away, down Pine Road,, up Old military, across a 4 lane highway, up John Carlson, through some woods and into her backyard. All while asleep. Strange but true though as I woke up, found all my clothes in a neat folded pile, dirt on my shoes, and my window open. The ex came to me during school and asked me why the hell I stood out her window at night when I knew she couldn't sneak out.

-- Anonymous, April 21, 2002

RE: Tony


-- Anonymous, April 21, 2002

Oh yeah. And the way I snuck out was through my window. Which is not slide up window, but a slanting open 2 foot hole to duck under and through window.

-- Anonymous, April 22, 2002

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