Do you talk out loud in your sleep?
Do you talk out loud in your sleep, and if you do, you think you should be held responsible for anything you might have said.
Not that I hear myself but I have been told on a few occasions that I do talk in my sleep. Hopefully I will never say anything that I need to be held responsible for lol.
I do - and sometimes I wake myself up as well..........,!
Sometimes. lol My late husband told me I did but he couldn't understand what I was talking about. I asked if I was talking in English. He said yes. So I asked him how come he couldn't understand what I was saying? He didn't know. My husband also talked in his sleep and I tried to listen but it also didn't make sense to me. lol
I have been know to have lengthy conversations with imaginary people, whilst being asleep. They tend to be comical and make no sense, I've been told.
I do that from time to time. I sleepwalk occasionally too. It quite disturbs my boyfriend when he stays the night, as he's worried that I'll end up doing something dangerous in my sleep.
I walk and talk in my sleep and have a few funny stories like on our honeymoon I left the room and woke up in the hall when the door slammed and I couldn't get back in - I was knocking and I could hear my husband saying "honey someone is at the door" lol.
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