So I fell asleep the other night while eating a peanut butter and banana sandwich...
Stop me if you've heard this one, but when I awoke, the sandwich was gone! I've come up with a few possible scenarios:
1) I ate it in my sleep.
2) I merely dreamed I was eating a sandwich...
3) A ghost ate it.
4) My 3 year old woke up in the middle of the night, stole my sammy, ate it without making a ginormous mess, and went back to sleep.
LOL , well ,if you had eating it in your sleep ,you would have probably choked . If it was a ghost I think it would have fallen right through and ended up on the floor somewhere , if it had been your little one , hmm maybe look under the little one's bed ..lol .. This is funny ,, You probably wanted one right before ya went to sleep & dreamed you had one ..When YOU had nothing at all !!! Is your tongue sore ?!?? lol You may have chewed on it thinking it was a banana !!!!
I agree, I think you would have choked too if you tried to eat it while you were sleeping. Was there any evidence that the sandwich was made? Do you have any pets in the house? LOL this is quite a mystery. : )
The first two are definately possible. Some people do actually get up in the middle of the night and raid the fridge. I've just written a hub on the third. There is no way the fourth could happen. I mean a 3 yrs old eating anything without making a mess and asking for a drink is impossible.
My bet is that you were dreaming.. Sometimes dreams can get really realistic. LOL
Gotta vote the 3 year old. 3 year olds are vewwy vewwy sneaky.
I have definitely eaten food in my sleep! I have gone to bed not eating anything, but woken up to find a half-eaten bowl of cereal on my night stand.
I have also dreamed that I have made something to eat... I always have a hard time differentiating between reality and dreams a lot of the time, so who knows.
I am leaning more towards these two theories you have!
I don't even want to figure it out, I just want to know the real answer! hehehe!
Very interesting dear friend. I also agree with you. I think that sandwich had eaten by any pet animal.
The kid did it. And he DID make a ginormous mess. But since you are a parent, you can clean messes up in your sleep. That's why you don't remember that part.
Did you wake up with it stuck to the roof of your mouth?
I've done much the same thing. When I was a toddler I fell asleep in my bowl of oatmeal. Fortunately, my head was turned, but I did end up with an earful of the stuff!
So what is the question here? Scratches head and takes another bite...
I'm sorry - it was me. I was walking by your home, it was late, I was hungry. One thing led to another and ....well it was delicious.
I believe that peanut butter is full of vitamine B which has an effect on nervous system, and bananas are full of carbs which makes you relax and sleep in peace. So, you ate the sandwich up to the last bite and felt asleep after a day full of work "since there is a 3 years old guy at home", besides I don't believe that ghosts like bananas . Then some how, you forgot what happened next morning. I just want one like this magic sandwich so I can sleep a whole night.
You probably ate it in your sleep. I've never had a PB and banana sandwich but I think I may have to make one for lunch tomorrow...
Dreamt it, I have done that before, but it was a glass of water, but I realized I was even more thirsty than before, but I swore I got the water...
OMG I wanna ask a question this many people answer
It was obvisouly a ghost who made you dream you had a penut butter bannana sandwhich and then the ghost made your child a sandwhich(also penutnana) and cleaned up after him
the logical explanation
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