By sleepingonmydesk - United Kingdom - Longfield
Today, after not being able to sleep for two hours because my boyfriend wouldn't stop talking, he fell asleep and I was left wide awake. I listened to him snore for another three hours and only got a couple of hours sleep. He's not working today, but I am. FML
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  kangx1  |  28

I understand OP. My girlfriend talking in her sleep and says real things like "How was your day honey?" So I respond only to hear her mumble a respond and start snoring. Then 10 minutes later same thing.

  ZombieVampirez  |  24

My bf tends to snore right in my ear. All you gotta do is shake him awake and say hey, shut your snoring ass up or move over. It normally works. I always get about 5 hours of sleep though. Good luck OP

By  Mauskau  |  35

I often had the same issue when I had someone stay over, they always kept me awake and they didn't have to get up early. I just don't have anyone stay over or go to anyone's for the night on a work night.

  VeganVampyre  |  26

That might not be an option, they could live together. I live with my boyfriend and every now and then he'll do something that either wakes me up or keeps me up, and I don't have the option of not having him there. I just deal with the lack of sleep that day.

  I_Bite  |  22

people are acting like it's impossible to have 2 jobs and live with a fiance at 17
At 16 I lived out of home worked 2 jobs to put myself through night school and my partner moved in with me soon after.

you don't know if they had been dating for years or what
(my cousins are engaged and they've been dating since 13)

I'm not saying that's how it is, I'm just saying it's possible

  nonsensical  |  26

cool story bro