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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-16-2018, 03:20 AM Thread Starter
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Hi, last night whilst asleep i woke up shouting the name "chris" twice. My partner was aeake at the time so heard me shouting this name, whoch by the way is not my partners name. We have been arguing all morning about this because he now thinks that i have been seeing someone else called chris when i actually dont know anybody by that name? Does anybody no what it means to just shout out random names in your sleep?
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For a minute there I thought you were a guy - that would have been worse.

Apparently I do this too - one lady told me a while ago that I'd been yelling in my sleep - it scared the hell out of her. I couldn't remember a thing.

Not sure about the calling out names thing. I guess it depends how you were calling out his name.
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It wasnt in a sexual way of thats what you mean haha, he said i just shouted chris twice then woke up, but its really annoying me because i dont know anyone called chris 😕 and now he thinks im up to something
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It wasnt in a sexual way of thats what you mean haha, he said i just shouted chris twice then woke up, but its really annoying me because i dont know anyone called chris 😕 and now he thinks im up to something
Just start calling out different guys names before you actually go to sleep - he'll have to get used to it eventually.

(plus it'll keep him on his toes)
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