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    Default do you talk in your sleep?

    I've recently learn that I do this pretty regularly.

    btw, a lot of kids do it, so don't vote yes or once in a while just because you did it when you were younger.
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    I haven't ever, as far as I know (ie as far as anyone could have noticed).
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    I'm not sure. Sometimes my husband will say I said something to him at night, and I won't remember saying it. So was I talking in my sleep, or did I wake up briefly, talk, and then fall back asleep and forget about it.
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    I have slept near someone who talked endlessly in his sleep. If you under the circumstances Do sleep your dreams are joined together in the ramblings of the other person making you wake up in a water bed. Do scream cunt

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    Daniel argues out loud in his sleep about once a night. His father is the exact sme way.
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    i don't do this.

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    I use to when I was close to waking up from nightmares when I was younger. Now I just wake up occasionally from deep sleep and start swearing out dread- I am not asleep when I do this, just conscious and dazed. I have had weird conversations with people who were asleep and starting talking about stuff going on in their dreams.
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    I don't talk in my sleep but have been around people who do. If it's not too loud or crazy I tend to get a kick out of it and make fun of them the next day.

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    Peter said that last time he heard me talking in my sleep I said, "I think I'll have another one."
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    My (ENTj) sister does. She even opens her eyes and moves around sometimes. But she wouldn't accept this when I tell her. She says I am making stuff up to make her look ridiculous... I am planing on setting up a camera so I could collect some evidence and prove it to her.
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    I've done it. And not only that, my siblings said that I can even sit down in the bed, move my hands to make a point and such. I discuss even on my dreams

    My ESFj brother does too.
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    Yes. I have held conversations, never remembering the content when awake. I can sort of remember having the conversation, but not the details.

    I do remember some more noteworthy statements, something involving lemons, and the other was something involving large wheels.

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    pervert!
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    No. my dreams are boring, too. None of them are fantastic. They usually contain situations that are possible, and even probable if the hypothetical situation in the dream became reality. I had a dream the other night that my dad was helping me build my rat aquarium design and i'm sure the dream was really close to what would happen in reality. I really need to build that thing.
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    Apparently. My girlfriend says I've talked in my sleep before, and I've heard her do it too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KSpin
    Apparently. My girlfriend says I've talked in my sleep before, and I've heard her do it too.
    You sleep with your girlfriend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by KSpin
    Apparently. My girlfriend says I've talked in my sleep before, and I've heard her do it too.
    You sleep with your girlfriend?
    I've heard about people doing this. It's crazy.

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    It can be quite practical doing this at times?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkstar
    It can be quite practical doing this at times?
    I tried it once but she talked too damn much...lmao.

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    Need I even reply to that comment of FDG's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KSpin
    Need I even reply to that comment of FDG's?
    Seems as if it's already taken care of...lmao.

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    I've been told I talk in my sleep...along with supposedly sleepwalking.

    ...just curious if anyone else has trouble sleeping with other people? I cannot sleep with another person in the bed. I've gone about 3 days without an hour of sleep because of it. I hear everything and feel every tiny shift the other person makes. I don't know how married life will ever work out for me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    I don't know how married life will ever work out for me..
    Some people would say that's precisely why you should get married, then you'll be able to sleep.
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    You get used to it. It takes a couple of months though. At least that's how long it took us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker Mom
    You get used to it. It takes a couple of months though. At least that's how long it took us.
    werd, when a g/f moved in with me it took at least 2-3 months before being able to sleep a whole night without waking up from her moving. Luckily she didn't move around That much but I would wake up about once a night from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    I've been told I talk in my sleep...along with supposedly sleepwalking.

    ...just curious if anyone else has trouble sleeping with other people? I cannot sleep with another person in the bed. I've gone about 3 days without an hour of sleep because of it. I hear everything and feel every tiny shift the other person makes. I don't know how married life will ever work out for me..

    lol...try a water bed and then you will appreciate the TINY shifts you feel on a normal matress...heh

    or a california king sized bed might work for you, loooots of space.
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    It's not really a space issue..It's more a fact of sensing the other persons presence. I could go sleep on the floor across the room but if they're in the same room as me, i can't. It's strange. And it doesn't help that 99% of people snore horribly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    It's not really a space issue..It's more a fact of sensing the other persons presence. I could go sleep on the floor across the room but if they're in the same room as me, i can't. It's strange. And it doesn't help that 99% of people snore horribly.
    Bullshit. Either you only sleep with old farts, because here approx 10 percent max of people around 20 snore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    It's not really a space issue..It's more a fact of sensing the other persons presence. I could go sleep on the floor across the room but if they're in the same room as me, i can't. It's strange. And it doesn't help that 99% of people snore horribly.
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    I've been told I sometimes mumble in sleep, but never say anything coherent.

    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    ...just curious if anyone else has trouble sleeping with other people?
    I actually sleep better with someone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockclimber
    I've been told I sometimes mumble in sleep, but never say anything coherent.
    Same.

    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    ...just curious if anyone else has trouble sleeping with other people?
    It depends, for me. I'm okay sleeping by myself (obviously), but I don't mind having someone else in close proximity. What makes it comfortable or not depends on whether or not I think they're comfortable with it. If I think they don't like it, I have more trouble sleeping because I'm all tense about trying not to bother them. If they're just fine or even welcoming, then I am, too. It can be comforting to have a warm someone next to me, to reach out and touch or even cuddle. When we were younger, it wasn't unusual for my sister and I to sleep in the same bed, usually because one of us had had a nightmare or was otherwise feeling alone.

    I'm fine with sleeping in groups, too. For example, on camping trips with friends, the girls will often all pile into one tent. Or when I'm at summer camp with my little group, sometimes when we're outdoors the kids will cuddle up to me for warmth and comfort. Which I'm fine with. Makes me feel all motherly.
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    I've apparently punched someone in my sleep before. I don't know how, they must have been right on top of me. I didn't like the person anyway.
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