Do you sleep walk?

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    Originally posted by 1veedo
    >> petaining to axon's dream:
    It was all in your head - literally. People oftain claim to see the deval, God, aliens and monsters etc. Go ahead and beleive but I wouldn't(beleive you saw him in a dream). Allso full sleep peralisis is more then just the inhibility to move, theirs that and a presure on hour chest with something on you - most of the time staring at you, this used to be monsters and the deval/God in mideval times but now people claim to see aliens. Which is more proof that something was never their, now that people fear aliens they see aliens, centuries ago people were scared of the deval so they saw him...
    damn... get a spell checker.

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    Originally posted by ober5861
    damn... get a spell checker.
    damn ober...has something crawled up you ass today...this is yet another thread where you are pointing out spelling errors to people . Bad spelling is horribly annoying, but everyone does it, especially here. When I type something fast I really don't pay much attention to spelling.

    What bothers me even more is really poor grammar. Why waste your time writing 40 lines of text when it makes no logical sense?

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    Hey I'm the grammar police, I won't allow you to cut in on my turf. I have been particularly slack today in pointing out people's errors, I must be in love...or something. :P

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    Originally posted by axon
    where do you get such info Felix? I've never heard of people speaking only truth when sleep talking.
    Well perhaps it were his 'attacks', and i said asking...
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    Originally posted by axon
    damn ober...has something crawled up you ass today...this is yet another thread where you are pointing out spelling errors to people .
    Meh... must have been a bad day. But I'm a stickler on spelling I guess. If you can't slow down enough to make something mostly readable, then you have problems. It takes all of 2 seconds to skim over something and catch major spelling mistakes.

    And yeah, I'm sure I make a few here and there too. But usually most of what I type is understandable.

    The worst is talking to someone online and having the other person basically smash their hand on the keyboard and expect you to decipher it.

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    i don't sleepwalk (at least i don't think i do); but i have experienced sleep paralysis many times. never had any severe hallucinations (aliens, monsters, sitting on my chest etc...) but occassionally i'll see a dark figure standing at the side of my bed. most of the time i don't see anything, i'm still kind of drowsy and all i can feel is just not being able to move but trying sooo hard to budge (very uncomfortable).

    anyway, i hope i don't sleepwalk since i would be afraid of doing something stupid (like hurting myself or someone else).

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    Do you sleep walk?
    i used to have a sleeping disorder, and with it came tantrums that happened *while I was sleeping*. This was all when i was young, but they're called night terrors or something like that, and i'd run around screaming. my parents said it scared them.

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    When i was a kid i used to do all sorts of things in my sleep. One night i had a dream that i had made myself a milkshake. Well the next morning we all awoke to find 2 litres of milk poured all over the kitchen bench along with other various ingredients.

    My mum really wasnt impressed.
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