Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Tian Long, Apr 22, 2016.
Wow thanks for the advice, it actually makes sense! And waiting for those chapters of yours
Try to ask someone you know to hides your blanket and pillow away from you. If by then you still manage to get them back in your sleep, all you need to do is waiting for an invitation letter from Hogwarts.
Or move out of the house and never look back
or put that bizarre blanket and pillow on some online auction, it might sold.
Thanks for the suggestion, geniuses!
But it will be more creepy if the blanket and pillow keep coming back after being sold.
I'm sorry. I thought you looked cold. I'm not going to stop so learn to deal with it.
Thats nothing. I once woke up and notice that a huge chunk of money was missing from my wallet. When i asked around, my sister told me that i gave it to her when she ask to borrow some. Not give a nod and she took it from my wallet, but i myself take it out from my own wallet and hand it over to her then continue back to sleep. It seems that when i'm still groggy from being woken up from sleep, i would agree to anything and not remember it afterwards. Dangerous.
Reason 1: Haunted bed
Reason 2: Somnambulism, as mentioned in a previous comment.
Years ago, my sister and I slept in the same room. We were both teenagers, I think. One night, my sister gets up, and since I sleep extremely lightly, I wake up immediately (switching on the lights, someone shifting or breathing in the same room, someone speaking in the next room, anything could wake me up, I had permanent panda eyes. In fact, we would leave the analog clock in the other room with both doors closed, cause the ticking could keep me awake all night otherwise, and yet I would still wake up from the alarm ringing in the other room in the morning). So, I'm looking at her curios to see what she's up to, and she tells me 'I'm cold', crosses the room and grabs an extra blanket, covers herself and goes back to sleep. Next morning I ask her if she didn't get too hot with the extra blanket. Then I tell her what happened the previous night and she freaks out, cause she has absolutely no memories of it. There were other less extreme cases of her waking up for a moment to push away a blanket or something, again, no recollections.
Had a friend, who would talk in his sleep, but he spoke in either a different language, or gibberish. I tried talking to him, and he actually responded, too bad I didn't understand anything.
I think it's more common than people believe, and it usually appears suddenly and goes away. But maybe try this with your window closed, just to be sure it's not a stalker or anything...
I'd say sleepwalking. Seems like the most logical cause.
I'm getting a paranormal activity vibe from this. I must watch the movie again sometime soon
Will try to close the window. If it still doesn't stop... Mama, Papa, I'll sleep with ya.
I have the HD ones. Want?
GIMME! GIMME! GIMME!
Ahaha I've got them somewhere. Not in HD though, oh well
Nah, too heavy
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