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17,000 writes: Everything bad happens in the dark. Tell us your stories of noises and bumps in the night, power cuts, blindfolds and cinema fumbling.

(, Thu 23 Jul 2009, 15:49)
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In my sleep...
I apparently often talk, move, shout...

My ex waited 6 weeks before telling me that the random scratches appearing on his face during the night were (mainly) caused by me.

Yesterday my (current) boyfriend informed me that the night before, I'd woken him up, writhing around and kicking the covers. He'd asked me if I was ok and what was going on, to which I replied:
"We're having a fight! And I'm winning!" before smacking him in the face.
(, Sun 26 Jul 2009, 16:39, 8 replies)
Brilliant :D
(, Sun 26 Jul 2009, 16:43, closed)
I assume you were asleep when you hit him?!

(, Sun 26 Jul 2009, 18:54, closed)
of course
i was! I had no idea it'd happened until he mentioned it the next day. Poor bugger.
(, Sun 26 Jul 2009, 19:34, closed)
(, Sun 26 Jul 2009, 23:13, closed)
My poor Ex
I too suffer the same condition. I once sat up straight in bed and yelled" Fuck you bitch" Then punched my now ex in the nose! All the while asleep. Whoops
(, Mon 27 Jul 2009, 2:56, closed)
Whereas it would have been OK had you been awake...
(, Mon 27 Jul 2009, 13:22, closed)
My ex mrs used to suffer from the same thing, many a night she would wake up saying she was surrounded by spiders or that there was someone in the room. I used to have to play the big man and go over and turn the main bedroom light on. But some nights i have to be honest and say she would catch me off guard and i would shit a brick for a few seconds before realising what was going on. She would regularly beat the crap out of me in bed too and the weird thing was i would sometimes wake up feeling like i had just been hit and then she would stop so i couldn't tell what was happening. This between her bouts of unintelligible verbal sleep babble was enough to make chuck norris feel the fear
(, Mon 27 Jul 2009, 10:50, closed)
I too know this strange experience!
My wife is more than prone to waking in the middle of the night and holding what may, at first, appear to be an entirely lucid and reasonable conversation with me... before saying something utterly bizaare thus tipping me off to the fact she is actually still asleep!


HER: Oh, you're awake. And in bed.
ME: Erm.. yes, it's 3 am.
HER: Oh good. Is the cat in?
ME: No idea...they've got a cat-flap, remember?
HER: That's fine. It'll be great for flowers and horses tommorow...
ME: Oh, you're asleep aren't you?
HER: Yes. *snore*
(, Tue 28 Jul 2009, 11:54, closed)

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