People Reveal The Weirdest Thing Their Significant Other Has Said In Their Sleep
What'd you just say?
Oh the secrets we tell when we have no idea anyone is listening. Once we are deeply ensconced in our R.E.M slumber we surrender our wits and our will to our imagination, or to the dark crevices of our mind that extols truth. The things we mumble to the lover beside us can garner us a hardy chuckle for years to come or.... 10-20 in the state penitentiary. Our imaginations run wild in sleep, so have your affairs in order.
Redditor Jhaydun_Dinan wanted to hear what sort of things get whispered in the night whilst in slumber from loved ones by asking.... Hey, Reddit, those of you with partners who talk in their sleep; what is the creepiest/weirdest/or most random thing they've said?
The Local Touch....Giphy
I was told by my fiancé that he came to bed one night after I had fallen asleep and started rubbing my back, which apparently prompted me to sleep-say "This just in! Local boy massages.. other local boy!!"
I am a 26 year old female but that night I was a young 19th century newsboy at heart. cardedformilk
That's one Spicy Meatball!
Completely at random: "OPEN THE WINDOW ABIGAIL I'M BURNING LIKE A MEATBALL" we don't even know an Abigail. thoughtcasserole
YOU don't know an Abigail. elmo39
My wife once in the middle of a dead sleep just did like a possessed scream/yell. It was from quiet to loud. Kind of like aaaaaAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH. And then she started snoring immediately after. I didn't go back to sleep for a while. Tangata_Puhuruhuru
Once, me and our roommate were downstairs, while my husband was sleeping upstairs. We heard him yelling in his sleep and I figured he was having a nightmare and went to check on him.
Turns out he was, in fact, not yelling. in his dream he had a bunch of creepy ghost children trapped in a hole and was mocking them by saying "WoOoOoO~ WoOoOoO~... B***hes." zikeel
Then get some Tide....Giphy
"Bleach your a**hole already, would ya?"
He sleeps very hard, we can have conversations while he's asleep. I've got several of them on video and they're some of my most favorite things. TheBottleRed
We're so Woke!
One time while sleeping I grabbed my partner by the shoulder and told her "hey, people are just stacks of years" like it was the most important thing in the world. ewhit276
Meet George Jetson....
My wife doesn't Reddit but she would jump to tell you that I said; "How come you get the cool spaceships and i get the Jetsons?" Then made the Jetsons flying car sound and went back to sleep. Taodragons
I have two great ones:
- I had stayed up late and husband was asleep in bed. We had creaky wood floors, so I was walking slowly into the bedroom trying not to make too much noise. I stepped on a creaky spot, and husband shifted in bed and then said, in a very cheeky/smiling tone: "I have a machine... that will shoot you.. if you move around. It'll shoot you right now!" Then he was back to be being dead asleep.
- I was reading in bed, husband turned to snuggle into me and then this conversation: Him: (in a cutesy, flirty tone) "Coupons." Me: "Coupons?" Him: "Yeah, coupons." lalammle
Off with the Head!
My roommate sleep talks almost every night and I once walked in on him sobbing. Full on bawling.
I asked if he was good and he said in the calmest voice "yeah sure I just wanted to see it to the end".... he doesn't remember it one bit. The runner-up was when he burst into laughter and then said "why did none you try to chop my head off just then?" spurtz_
Should've hid it in the banana stand....Giphy
"The money is hidden off the road by the Indian Reservation." I tried to get her to talk more but she mumbled something I couldn't understand and went back to sleep.
She doesn't remember her dreams after she wakes up so it's this mystery of whether or not she hid money in the desert. nicefineapple
"It wasn't me!"
There's not much you can do when the righteous fist of the law comes down on you. Call it a mix-up, or call it a mistake, if someone's pegged you at the scene of a crime there's not much you can do but trust the justice system to prove you innocent. However, that's a gamble, and just because you've been given a "not guilty" doesn't mean the effects won't follow you for the rest of your life.
Reddit user, u/danbrownskin, wanted to hear about the times when it wasn't you, seriously, it was someone else, when they asked: