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To kick my dh for snoring!!

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Ihavenobrain Sun 01-Feb-15 00:22:52

Trying to get to sleep!
Bashed him 3 times now. Gggrrrrrrconfused

DollyMcDolly Sun 01-Feb-15 00:26:14

I used to do it all the time until I got ear plugs. The 3 minute peace was bliss

CookieLady Sun 01-Feb-15 00:29:40

I'm ashamed to say I do kick him sometimes if he's snoring very loudly.

BigRedBall Sun 01-Feb-15 00:30:29

Ah I used to do this until he was banished into the spare room. He's been sleeping there for about 2 months now. Absolute bliss. I can can vaguely hear him snoring now....

BigRedBall Sun 01-Feb-15 00:32:52

Kicking doesn't help btw. Neither does sighing loudly, caressing their cheeks (facial), holding their noses, pushing their noses upwards, grabbing their balls....honestly I tried everything. I'm never sleeping in the same room as him again.

Ihavenobrain Sun 01-Feb-15 00:32:59

I can sometimes hear the neighbour too!
He's a tad quieter now but it's still constant.

Ihavenobrain Sun 01-Feb-15 00:33:35

BigRed grin pmsl

BertieBotts Sun 01-Feb-15 00:37:06

Poking or moving in some way does seem to help.

I hate the feeling of ear plugs sad

startwig1982 Sun 01-Feb-15 00:37:47

I frequently kick DH. This evening he's outdone himself: not only did he try it on when I was fully asleep (I think he wasn't really awake), when I shrugged him off he made such a noise turning over he woke dd(5 months) up. Now I'm sat feeding her and he's snoring. Ffs.

BigRedBall Sun 01-Feb-15 00:45:38

Poking them only helps for a few minutes. Then it slowly starts up again.

Someone needs to invent a soundproof sphere or something that snorers can wear to bed.

Salmotrutta Sun 01-Feb-15 00:47:43

As long as you don't mind when he kicks you if you snore.

Ihavenobrain Sun 01-Feb-15 00:53:35

I don't snore thank goodness wink
He's loud again now. Not good. I'm having a major lie in tmrw. He can get up with the dc. ��

Darkandstormynight Sun 01-Feb-15 00:54:33

YANBU. More times than not I'M the one banished to the guest room. I hate it, but I'd feel awful waking Dh up every night and making him go in there because he snores.

However it rankles when I'm extremely tired, Know he's going to snore and just go there first off, and have him say dejectedly, "Huh...OK". Like that I enjoy having to sleep separately most of the time. Believe me, I don't! But really what do you want me to do? Wake up every 2 minutes if I even get to sleep at all?!

madmother1 Sun 01-Feb-15 00:57:36

OMG ! This reminds me of when I recently went away with a friend for 3 nights. She snored like a trooper - she was mortified. I feel your pain :-). I must get to bed now!

Nothavingfunrightnow Sun 01-Feb-15 00:59:31

Another one here with a DH in separate room! I wear ear plugs and have the door closed and I can still fucking hear him.

Alisvolatpropiis Sun 01-Feb-15 01:09:51

I don't kick my dh though it is tempting to fucking smother him I make him turn on to his left side. I read somewhere that this can help and it will usually give me enough respite to fall asleep in.

AlleyCat11 Sun 01-Feb-15 01:18:01

I slept on the sofa last night to get away from him. Had a headache, so less snoring tolerance than usual. If he rolls onto his back (worst position) I give him a good shove & shout "shut up!"

Titsalinabumsquash Sun 01-Feb-15 01:21:54

My DP has gone into bed tonight with a rather sad sigh that I'll be staying down on the sofa again tonight.
He snores, if I'm not asleep before him I don't get to sleep unless I'm in a different room. I suffer from a sever case of misophonia and someone snoring rhythmically next to me drives me to tears, it's right up there with teeth grinding and constant throat clearing.

Titsalinabumsquash Sun 01-Feb-15 01:23:14

My DP has gone into bed tonight with a rather sad sigh that I'll be staying down on the sofa again tonight.
He snores, if I'm not asleep before him I don't get to sleep unless I'm in a different room. I suffer from a sever case of misophonia and someone snoring rhythmically next to me drives me to tears, it's right up there with teeth grinding and constant throat clearing.

pissedglitter Sun 01-Feb-15 01:24:59

Smother the fucker with a pillow grin

Ihavenobrain Sun 01-Feb-15 09:37:38

grinYou're all funny. Have made me laugh. Got some sleep but now laying in bed with a coffee he's made mewink

BigRedBall Sun 01-Feb-15 10:34:42

See don't get sucked in by all that coffee making kindness! It's all part of a very elaborate plan to make you forgive and forget and then he can carry on his snoring! Snorers are very sly creatures! wink

Dowser Sun 01-Feb-15 10:36:59

There's nothing worse

Dowser Sun 01-Feb-15 10:46:06

Had a terrible life with my snoring ex. Grandson just told me a funny story. He had to sleep in their room once and got four hours sleep because of all the snoring.

Apparently the OW was worse than his grandad and grandad ( my ex) was often kept awake by her.

Anyone smelling the smell of karma here. Lol

Ihavenobrain Sun 01-Feb-15 23:53:00

Tonight I can hear the f-ing neighbour and dh at it again!!!!confused

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