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kitkat1989 Mon 25-May-15 00:21:25

Dh has had a few drinks. Hes currently keeping me awake with his rhinoceros Snoring!! Iv even hit him and he just turned over and carried on!! Seriously!!!

EatShitDerek Mon 25-May-15 00:23:40

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MrsGentlyBenevolent Mon 25-May-15 00:27:40

My partner was snoring after drinking last night. Lost it when he rolled over and was snoring his stinky breath in my face. Yelled very loudly for him to 'fuck right off', which he complied to by rolling over. This morning, I told him off for keeping me awake, he made me feel horrid by saying 'I was having a lovely dream about us, enjoy a day out, only for you to turn to me and tell me to fuck right off sad'. Can't bloody win!

Wake him up, make him sleep on the sofa (or in the shed).

PattiODoors Mon 25-May-15 00:27:44

Jesus

What Derek said

Get yourself comfy on the sofa downstairs pronto

WorraLiberty Mon 25-May-15 00:33:10

No-one snores on purpose

They don't deserve to be hit or sworn at.

Yes it's annoying but it's not something they can actually help.

If it's always alcohol related and they're drinking all the time, that's a different problem but still not one that's going to be solved in that way.

AGirlCalledBoB Mon 25-May-15 00:36:16

I don't get that attitude, your oh can't help snoring, it's not something he is even aware of while he is asleep. If it is drink related, perhaps I could understand more but even so hitting him is a over reaction and wrong.

Just go sleep elsewhere and mention it to your partner tomorrow

MrsGentlyBenevolent Mon 25-May-15 00:39:26

They certainly deserve to be sworn at if they snore anyway, their partner has begged them to get it sorted, and haven't had a full, unbroken night of sleep in weeks. Drinking makes it worse, swearing and making him roll on his side works. I'm not going to feel guilty about it. As long as the op didn't batter her partner, I can understand her frustration.

soapboxqueen Mon 25-May-15 00:49:37

I have to say this used to annoy me no end. My dh has always snored. The kind of snoring you can here right through the house. Drinking always made it worse and I hated him for drinking knowing fine well it would mean I'd get little sleep. I think he thought I was exaggerating how loud he was.

People underestimate the effect ongoing sleep deprivation can have. I've shouted, sworn and pushed to get him to just shut the fuck up. It really isn't a bloody joke.

After a couple of particularly bad nights I started to notice a pattern of strained breathing. Turned out he had severe sleep apnoea. So now he has a machine that is saving his life and has literally stopped all snoring grin

ReginaBlitz Mon 25-May-15 00:54:53

Yanbu I've punched my dp many a time for fucking snoring, and he still didn't wake up!

Happybodybunny12 Mon 25-May-15 00:57:25

Wow how horrible. You punch your partner. Vile.

Bogeyface Mon 25-May-15 00:58:28

Snoring as a regular thing = Cant be helped, find a way to live with it

Drunk Snoring = Not ok, and why should the non snorer move?

If he only snores when drunk then he should be the one on the sofa.

EatShitDerek Mon 25-May-15 01:08:56

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Patapouf Mon 25-May-15 01:20:28

hmm who fucking punches someone for snoring? Christ on a bike.

Bogeyface Mon 25-May-15 02:09:43

The OP didnt punch him.

Her Q was "AIBU to want to punch DH?"

No she isnt.

Bogeyface Mon 25-May-15 02:12:52

And before someone else mentions itm yes she hit him.

I have hit my H and he had hit me, but not punched. It was an "OI!!" shovey way, which is totally different to punching someone.

CrystalMcPistol Mon 25-May-15 02:15:44

If she punched him she's out of line, if she gave him a shove to shut him up she's fine.

Lying in bed next to a snorer is a special kind of hell.

coolaschmoola Mon 25-May-15 02:17:15

I elbow my dh rather firmly in the ribs. He obligingly turns over and shuts up. He doesn't mind me doing it, he prefers it to being woken up.

Tequilashotfor1 Mon 25-May-15 02:28:53

She hasnt punched him. ( unless I missed that)

DP is the worst snorer. This is why I'm up! I've prodded and poked many of time but I hardly think op has punched him! Although sometimes I could with dp!

I say ' your snoring again !
He says 'I'm not even asleep!'

Gives me the rage star

Tequilashotfor1 Mon 25-May-15 02:29:36

That should have been angry

too busy watching enter the dragon

headlesslambrini Mon 25-May-15 02:37:10

Im next to a snorer at the mo. We r in a caravan so no escaping it either.

DH refuses to go to the doctors, wont even entertain the idea. Tried every over the counter remedy going, nothing works. He is also a functioning alcholic which obviously doesnt help.

Right now I am fantasing about a divorce, trying to work out if I can afford it etc

CrystalMcPistol Mon 25-May-15 02:41:52

I genuinely don't how people tolerate a spouse who refuses to address a snoring problem. It's so selfish and shows a total disregard for their bedmate's wellbeing.

Bogeyface Mon 25-May-15 02:42:27

I say ' your snoring again !
He says 'I'm not even asleep!'

OMG that gives me the rage. I cant even articulate how mad it makes me when I have been awake for 2 hours thanks to him snoring but he wasnt asleep, so he says....

Tequilashotfor1 Mon 25-May-15 02:43:03

I've come doen stsirs head im shattered. If dd wakes up I will end up seeing to her as 'I'm up'

Sleeping with a snorer is not fun. I could happily hit d'p

headlesslambrini Mon 25-May-15 02:54:02

He's gone from rattling the caravan level of snoring to a loud noisy breathing snore.

When we are at home he sleeps in the spare room. I just cant do it anymore.

We used to have a tent and I would hear people talking about 'the snorer' in the morning laughing about it.

Tequilashotfor1 Mon 25-May-15 02:57:14

It's no joke is it sad

I can hide in dd1 bed when she is not in but other wise I have to hit the couch which really pisses me off.

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