Reddit user Jhaydun_Dinan asked, “Those of you with partners who talk in their sleep; what is the creepiest/weirdest/most random thing they’ve said?”. Here are some of the absolute WEIRDEST things people have heard their partners/roommates/siblings say in their sleep:
My partner once, completely at random, yelled, “OPEN THE WINDOW, ABIGAIL, I’M BURNING LIKE A MEATBALL!” Important note: We don’t know an Abigail.
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Once in the middle of a dead sleep, my wife did a possessed scream/yell. It went from quiet to loud, then back to quiet in a second flat, and then she started snoring immediately after. I didn’t go back to sleep for a while.
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My roommate talks in their sleep almost every night and, one time, he just burst into laughter and said, “Well, why did none of you try to chop my head off then?”
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My freshmen year of school I lived with two guys in a dorm room that talked in their sleep. They wouldn’t just talk though, they’d have separate conversations with each other.
One night I woke up and one was chanting “I am the spring berry, I am the spring berry.” The other just responded “yeah, but chick-fil-a said no in 2011.”
They have no memory of this.
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It’s not something he said, he sort of mumbles when he talks, but it’s the sounds he makes. Sometimes he giggles like a little girl; which is terrifying.
The worst was when he sat straight up and gasped super loud while staring at the wall. I asked what was wrong, but he was sounds asleep. Meanwhile, I couldn’t go back to sleep because I was so scared.
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My wife always jumps to tell you that I said; “How come you get the cool spaceships and i get the Jetsons?” Then made the Jetsons flying car sound and went back to sleep
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My ex’s kid had a bed in the same room with us (he was 4) and one night I happened to just wake up and look over at him and he rose form his bed and stared out at the wall and whispered ” who are you?” and at this point I was in full nope mode, and then he whispered “don’t tell them” and then flopped back in his bed.
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My wife once indignantly shouted “I can’t poop here! Everyone is watching!” And I do mean shouted. I cannot imagine how I would have reacted had I been asleep. As it was, I was playing with my iPad in bed while she slept and I about jumped out of my skin.
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My brother spoke English.
This is noteworthy because we had only adopted him from Romania 3 months earlier knowing zero English. He spoke better English in his sleep than while he was awake.
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My wife swears up and down, that while she was reading before bed, I said: “I see you didn’t bring the bag of leaves, so I know you’re not serious.”
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It’s late at night, after midnight, but I’m not entirely sure how late. I’ve not fallen asleep, but I turn over to try get comfy and see her looking straight at me and she says “Did you see it move?”
I promptly panicked and had to turn the light on, to which I get a mumbled groan of displeasure from my darling girlfriend who has slept through this entire thing.
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One of my friends little brothers came into the room where we were sleeping when he was sleepwalking. He kicked open the door and said,
“[friend's name]! Did you tell mom abou the soup thing?” To which my friend replied,
“What soup thing?”
“You know, the thing with the [strangled screaming noise] and the [bird noise]!” Then he stood there for a minute before leaving.
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Apparently one time while sleeping I grabbed my partner by the shoulder and told her “hey, people are just stacks of years” like it was the most important thing in the world.
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My girlfriend in college, who was from Indiana, out of nowhere said, in a thick New York accent, “My a*s is grass” and promptly fell back asleep.
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My girlfriend will sometimes bolt upright and stare into the corner, when I ask her what’s up she’ll say “there’s someone in the corner”. I kinda laugh and be like what are you on about and then she’ll start laughing along too. Then she’ll wake up and be like “why did you wake me up? What do you want it’s late!”
I guess it sounds pretty creepy but honestly I find it hilarious
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I woke up restless and hot, turned on the AC. Husband appeared to wake up too. He sat up and said “I’m your fan”, and waved his hands like a fan, and then laughed at his own joke and went back to sleep. Did not remember it in the morning.
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I was told by my fiancé that he came to bed one night after I had fallen asleep and started rubbing my back, which apparently prompted me to sleep-say “This just in! Local boy massages.. other local boy!!”
I am a 26 year old female but that night I was a young 19th century newsboy at heart.
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“The money is hidden off the road by the Indian Reservation.” I tried to get her to talk more but she mumbled something I couldn’t understand and went back to sleep.
She doesn’t remember her dreams after she wakes up so it’s this mystery of whether or not she hid money in the desert
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