By no sleep for me
Today, I tried to get my boyfriend to roll over while he was asleep. He snores loud enough to wake the neighbors and if he lays on his side he usually stops. Instead of rolling over, he stuck his leg in the air, farted twice, and laughed about it in his sleep. He's still snoring. FML
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  perdix  |  29

#1, that's three things (assuming the noseplug is a clip like swimmers use), which is three times the items necessary since one buttplug would solve the problem! Simplify!

  license2chill  |  5

No the earplugs don't work, and the nose clip thing too from TV commercials, my old folks tried them all. Snore noise is a low frequency noise, it has really strong penetration strength. My mom said she used to whack my dad at sleep because of his intolerable noise, just to interrupt the snore and get a momentary peace.

  cacheson  |  41

Snoring is typically just the tongue partially closing off the back of the throat and the sound is the vibration of the tongue against the throat when breathing. A nose plug would not solve it, because they would just continue to snore out of their mouth.

  jayhawkchik  |  4

What if he doesn't wake up in time and craps the bed?.. Then op is Also not getting any sleep . Andy if he snore loud, can you imagine what OTHER functions he does loudly? Also he's a guy and we all know that when guys get sick, they have to moan about it all damn day& night= no sleep for op. Just put him on the couch.

  freshberries22  |  17

My boyfriend does this to me all the time when he sleeps and it is extremely irritating. My boyfriend shifts in his sleep to fart on me so he doesn't have to smell it. He is also a loud snorer so I suggest getting earplugs and nasal strips for your man. There's not much else you can do sorry op.

By  ManInTheMachine  |  19

Have you confronted him about his snoring issue? Going through the same process every night without telling him isn't going to accomplish much.

Let him know, and buy him some nose strips. Communication is key, OP!

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

There are also those mouth guards out there for snoring and many other snoring products he could try. Not to mention that snoring is often a sign of sleep apnea.