Is it true that the average person 'eats' upto 4 spiders in their sleep during their lifetime?
I certainly hope not. I've never woke up with any sort of. . . .discomfort in my mouth or throat like that. If I sleep with my mouth open, then I'll feel the drool, wake up, and re arrange myself. I never sleep on my back, and so it's much easier to NOT sleep with my mouth open.
I have heard that, and I hope it is one of those statistics that has no facts to back it up. I am not afraid of snakes, or mice--but I cannot stand the idea of those creepy 8 legged critters finding their way onto any part of me--much less my mouth----ICK!!!
Nope! I was worried about it, and my mother and I were talking about it. We looked up articles about it on the internet, and it was proven that it was just an old wives tale. It makes sense, actually- if you were a spider on someone's face in the middle of the night, would you crawl into a giant gaping, breathing cave?
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