By Ugh - 15/2/2011 17:10 - United States
Today, after struggling for hours to fall asleep with my husbands rather rattling snoring, I finally managed it... only to be rudely awakened an hour later by my husband elbowing me in the face in his sleep. FML
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By  theatregurl  |  0

when I first read this I read it as "tried to sleep with my husbands" it took me a while to realize she was talking about 1 person... I think this is exactly the reason apostrophies were invented

By  AfterCloudia  |  4

Wow seriously? Just because he accidentally hit her in the face? Real shallow if you ask me =/ there are worst things in a marriage than accidentally getting elbowed in the face.

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By  5t3ff1k4h  |  44

Damn right... I've been elbowed in the nose before, and smacked across the face all while my (then) boyfriend was sleeping. Maybe he was dreaming? I don't know.

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  44

That might harm the relationship, though. I mean, I can understand where you're coming from; we all need our sleep. But there are ways to solve the problem apart from sleeping in a separate room or something. I haven't tried them, but I heard those nose strips work.

As for the issue of him whacking her in the face, get a bigger bed? I've got nothing.

By  5t3ff1k4h  |  44

Really? No... I'd rather keep who I'm with. I love him and I'm not going to dump him just because he (sometimes) snores. I'm no longer with the flailing guy, so that's not a problem.

There are ways to solve the issue... why would you suggest divorce? I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels that's inappropriate.

By  AfterCloudia  |  4

Wow seriously? Just because he accidentally hit her in the face? Real shallow if you ask me =/ there are worst things in a marriage than accidentally getting elbowed in the face.