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Lazarus and the Gimp
09-11-2007, 21:02:36
An odd night last night. I woke up to find a slightly irate Mrs Gimp speaking to be in a "you've done something very wrong, young man!" tone of voice.

It turned out that she was in that weird hinterland between the waking world and sleep. She'd been having an argument with me in her dreams, and carried on with it as she was waking up. What I remember went something like this-

Mrs Gimp- "So do you want me to go and check?"

Me- "Hrgh?"

Mrs Gimp- "I said "Do you want me to go and check?""

Me- "Wrch? Erfgl grkjn gfdssd?"

Mrs Gimp- "Do you know where Mum is sleeping?"

(By this time I'd managed to get my jaw back under the control of my brain.)

Me- "You're asleep."

Mrs Gimp- "I AM NOT ASLEEP! I AM ASKING IF YOU KNOW WHERE MUM IS SLEEPING!"

Me- "Your Mum's not here."

(Long pause)

Mrs Gimp- "Oh. Sorry babes." (Instantly drops straight back into deep sleep).


A couple of years ago she had an argument with me in her dreams, and was arsey with me the next morning because she was still pissed off about something I said (in her dream). I think that was a bit harsh...

Nav
09-11-2007, 21:31:27
...but you probably deserved it.

mr_B
11-11-2007, 21:18:52
:lol: great story

Oerdin
11-11-2007, 21:41:28
Originally posted by Nav
...but you probably deserved it.

QFT

Funko
12-11-2007, 11:05:44
Excellent story. :beer:

Drekkus
12-11-2007, 11:11:33
I thought this would be about sleepy agricultural products

MoSe
12-11-2007, 11:12:30
There could be worse.

My uncle around his 60ies began to wildly beat my aunt during his nightmares, and then he remembered nothing when he woke up and saw her black eyes.

They had to part beds for a couple of years.


Hey Laz, maybe it's something you did in your diydreams!

Drekkus
12-11-2007, 11:13:54
That's what I would say if i would beat my wife at night.

MoSe
12-11-2007, 11:16:13
??? WHY should you beat your wife?????

Drekkus
12-11-2007, 11:20:20
why not???

Funko
12-11-2007, 11:21:33
She's stronger than you.

C.G.B. Spender
12-11-2007, 11:22:20
My ex-wife #1 once woke up, looked at me and said "Strange factory!". After I asked her what factory she said "That hen factory". The way she said that made me think we were talking about something the day before.

maroule
12-11-2007, 12:12:27
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp


A couple of years ago she had an argument with me in her dreams, and was arsey with me the next morning because she was still pissed off about something I said (in her dream). I think that was a bit harsh...


there was a whole episode of Friends on that (with Phoebe mad at Ross)... you could have screenwrited it!!

MoSe
12-11-2007, 12:24:44
and Vinnie wrote Chicken Run

C.G.B. Spender
12-11-2007, 12:27:08
No, I ran from that chick

Drekkus
12-11-2007, 12:42:04
Come sweet aggroslumber and shroud me in thy purple cloak...
Hmm, doesn't even rhyme.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
12-11-2007, 14:04:33
Originally posted by C.G.B. Spender
My ex-wife #1 once woke up, looked at me and said "Strange factory!". After I asked her what factory she said "That hen factory". The way she said that made me think we were talking about something the day before.

No currywurst?

Strange chick.

MDA
13-11-2007, 12:54:56
My mother and sister were treated to a completely unintelligible shouting match between my father and I one night when I was still in high school. Yelling from separate rooms of the house, through two closed doors. Probably the only time I ever got away with yellling at him.

Who started that arugument?

Funko
13-11-2007, 13:05:44
Probably your sister.

MoSe
13-11-2007, 13:43:57
Of course.
My cousin used to speak in her sleep and when she stayed by us in visit, we used to reply to her sentences to encourage the conversation and bring her to tell us more. Quite long and funny stories, sometimes it went on for half an hour, she never realised

alsieboo
14-11-2007, 20:32:37
I talk a lot in my sleep. Apparently when I was about 5 I used to talk fluent french in my sleep (still think that's odd, can't remember much of it now!) and a lot of the time if the boy is awake I will start telling him about something vitally important. Like a few weeks ago I "still have my foot on the train". But I'll get mad at him the next day if he's dream cheated on me, or if we've had a dream argument. Which happens a lot. So I wake up pissed more often than not :D

Funko
15-11-2007, 08:53:33
Bumping this thread reminds me. Tizzy said she woke up the other day to find me laughing at her in my sleep.

:lol:

Drekkus
15-11-2007, 08:55:58
:lol: How could she tell you were laughing at her, not with her??

Funko
15-11-2007, 08:58:24
It's just more likely.

Unless she was telling jokes in her sleep?

Aredhran
15-11-2007, 09:18:11
ding ding !

Tizzy
15-11-2007, 09:34:52
Originally posted by Drekkus
:lol: How could she tell you were laughing at her, not with her??

Cos I wasn't laughing. Usually he's laughing AT me anyway.

C.G.B. Spender
15-11-2007, 09:35:33
That's plausible

Drekkus
15-11-2007, 09:41:41
So how could you tell he wasn't just laughing about something else? Or was he pointing at you in his sleep as well?

C.G.B. Spender
15-11-2007, 09:44:05
"Bruhahaha, Tizzy, that stupid sheep, bruahhaha!"

Tizzy
15-11-2007, 10:09:06
I can get laughed at when I'm not even doing anything funny so I just naturally assume he's laughing at me now.