Snoring......

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    Jan 08, 2009 5:17 AM GMT
    Snoring is the bomb: it keeps all those wild animals away from the cave while we are sleeping.

    OK seriously run for the guest bedroom or a nice comfy couch if your guy falls asleep before you do then starts snoring loudly (in other words, try to fall asleep first so his ass has to contend with your snoring instead)icon_lol.gif
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    Feb 10, 2009 8:19 PM GMT
    I did however, recently date this wonderful guy and he snored. But his snore was actually very soothing.........medium sounding and steady....kinda nice.

    Unlike me..when i snore i wake the dead.
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    Feb 10, 2009 8:25 PM GMT
    I don't snore but my better half does on occasion. When he does, I roll him over.
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    Feb 10, 2009 9:03 PM GMT
    Funny side story about snoring-

    Like other responders here. I am a very light sleeper as well who on average I get about eh, 4 to 6 hours of sleep. My ex on the other hand required 8 to 9 and he suffered from sleep apnea. I had to admit, I was pretty ignorant at the time of what sleep apnea was, in fact I had never even heard of it until he told me. He had the breathing machine that he would strap on his face like an oxygen mask.

    When it was on it would have the tea kettle kind of hum to it, well it kept me up one night to many and I made the mistake of saying to my ex- I can't sleep with your machine on and he said well I don't have to sleep with it on. I just have it to cut down on the sound of my snoring.
    My being freshman student to horrors of sleep apnea, I said that's ok I can block out the sound of your snoring, just so long as I fall asleep first...ha,ha,ha!

    At around 12:30am I was jarred awake to a sound that I could best describe as an earth quake, being from Los Angeles which is earth quake country.
    I shot out of bed like a bullet when I realized that apartment was not shaking and that terrible sound was coming from the man that I chose to setup house with. I he was totally un phazed , my girlish scream didn't wake him up. I have already lived through the Bay Area and San Fernando valley quakes. Trust they were no joke.
    I could do nothing but laugh and move to the sofa. I did after all tell him it was ok. But nothing prepared me for that bulldozers make less noise.

    The next morning he woke up fresh ready to start our weekend plans, good to go! I on the other hand needed to take a NAP from all the sleep that I was deprived of. That I missed. From that moment on the breathing machine was like plasma!
    I even went out and purchase a spare just in case the other broke down.
    I was never going to relive that night.

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    Feb 11, 2009 12:51 AM GMT
    Ducky44 said Funny side story about snoring-

    Like other responders here. I am a very light sleeper as well who on average I get about eh, 4 to 6 hours of sleep. My ex on the other hand required 8 to 9 and he suffered from sleep apnea. I had to admit, I was pretty ignorant at the time of what sleep apnea was, in fact I had never even heard of it until he told me. He had the breathing machine that he would strap on his face like an oxygen mask.

    When it was on it would have the tea kettle kind of hum to it, well it kept me up one night to many and I made the mistake of saying to my ex- I can't sleep with your machine on and he said well I don't have to sleep with it on. I just have it to cut down on the sound of my snoring.
    My being freshman student to horrors of sleep apnea, I said that's ok I can block out the sound of your snoring, just so long as I fall asleep first...ha,ha,ha!

    At around 12:30am I was jarred awake to a sound that I could best describe as an earth quake, being from Los Angeles which is earth quake country.
    I shot out of bed like a bullet when I realized that apartment was not shaking and that terrible sound was coming from the man that I chose to setup house with. I he was totally un phazed , my girlish scream didn't wake him up. I have already lived through the Bay Area and San Fernando valley quakes. Trust they were no joke.
    I could do nothing but laugh and move to the sofa. I did after all tell him it was ok. But nothing prepared me for that bulldozers make less noise.

    The next morning he woke up fresh ready to start our weekend plans, good to go! I on the other hand needed to take a NAP from all the sleep that I was deprived of. That I missed. From that moment on the breathing machine was like plasma!
    I even went out and purchase a spare just in case the other broke down.
    I was never going to relive that night.



    HAHAHAHA.....Thanks Ducky, that is the first time today I've had a good laugh...That is hilarious.
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    Feb 11, 2009 1:12 AM GMT
    KissingPro saidMen snore.
    How do you long term coupled guys deal with it? Do you get used to it? Even like to hear your man snore? Or does it drive you nuts?

    Do you snore....loudly?
    Is there a solution?
    I know about sleep apnea. But I'm talking about just snoring.


    I don't think I snore, but I do talk in my sleep.

    My partner snores occasionally, so I use ear plugs. I'm very sensitive to sound while I sleep. In contrast, he's very sensitive to light, so he needs an eye cover. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Feb 11, 2009 1:15 AM GMT
    26mileman saidMy boyfriend would always want me to stay over and then proceed to pound my pillow..


    I that what the kids are calling sex these days?

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    Feb 11, 2009 3:07 AM GMT
    StudinTranslation said
    KissingPro saidMen snore.
    How do you long term coupled guys deal with it? Do you get used to it? Even like to hear your man snore? Or does it drive you nuts?

    Do you snore....loudly?
    Is there a solution?
    I know about sleep apnea. But I'm talking about just snoring.


    I don't think I snore, but I do talk in my sleep.

    My partner snores occasionally, so I use ear plugs. I'm very sensitive to sound while I sleep. In contrast, he's very sensitive to light, so he needs an eye cover. icon_biggrin.gif


    An eye cover.....arrrrrggghhhh I hate those fucking things...they are an intimacy shield.