Thread: Did You Ever Sleepwalk?

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    • 12 years 5 months ago
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    I remember sleepwalking once when I was little. I was in my bed upstairs, comfortable, and asleep. Or so I thought. The next thing I knew I was on my living room couch downstairs sitting with one leg tucked underneath my body. That one leg 'falling asleep' is what woke me up, and I wondered how I got downstairs. Luckily I couldn't get out my front door!
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    dont think i ever sleepwalked, but i was hoping someone would bring this subject up for this retro-relevant story:

    on the show 20/20 a few years back, there was this girl that was dreaming she was Mario in Boom-Boom's Fortress in World 1 of Super Mario Bros 3. She was running down the hallway of her house because she was trying to escape the spike-filled ceiling that was lowering down on her, then she dove to get into the door to Boom-Boom's room--but turns out the door was really a window and she crashed through it and fell over 30 ft.
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    That's awful. I think Mario should be banned

    I went sleep walking once. I was about 7 years old. I woke up in the middle of the night and was certain that my mum was at a friend's house about 5 houses down the street. I got up, opened the front door and ran down the road. I remember a car passed me - it was after midnight. I then got into the back yard of my mum's friend's house and started banging on the back door yelling "Mum! Let me in!" Well, at that point I came to my senses! I ran all the way back home and my parents were there saying "Where did you go? What did you do?" It was pretty traumatic actually.

    After that my parents put bolt locks on the front door so I couldn't open it. They took me to the doctor and he said I musn't have sleep walked because I would have woken up when my feet touched the cold concrete of the front step. He said I dreamed running down to the friend's house and that I just stepped outside, woke up then came back in. Bull shit. I remember it very well.
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    according to my mom i sleepwalk

    she said she caught me about to take a pissing in the garbage thing under the sink in the kitchen
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    around the ageof 6-9, i remember waking up in the middle of the night and walking downtown. i got about 3 miles away from my house, where a truckdriver picked me up and brought me back to my place. ive sleptwalked a lot since then, but never has it been as bad as this
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    Quote by davidyck
    around the ageof 6-9, i remember waking up in the middle of the night and walking downtown. i got about 3 miles away from my house, where a truckdriver picked me up and brought me back to my place. ive sleptwalked a lot since then, but never has it been as bad as this


    holy shit thats pretty funny
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    I don't have any good sleepwalk stories. There are sometimes that I fall asleep on the couch and end up in my bed without remembering how I got there, or I fall asleep without a blanket and I wake up to find a blanket on me.
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    There was only one time I ever slept walked, and even then there's not much to explain. In 93' me, my sister, and my mom went to stay at our grandmothers apartment in Houston for a lil weekend gateway for a couple days. Well one morning, me and my sister woke up to find ourselves sleeping under the desk in the living room! My mother and grandmother said they didn't put us there, and we know we fell asleep in our bed. We never figured out why we did that. In anycase, I never slept-walked since then. I should be glad, as Ive heard reports of people driving(!) in their sleep.
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    I did alot when I was about 5-9 years old. I dont remember doing it but I do remember waking up afraid because I didn't know why I was standing or how I got where I was. My step brother once caught the stove on fire because he was having a dream that my mom told him to get up and make eggs.the smoke alarm woke him up.
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    Quote by Jesus_crysus
    according to my mom i sleepwalk

    she said she caught me about to take a pissing in the garbage thing under the sink in the kitchen


    lmfao.........
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    Quote by Shot
    There was only one time I ever slept walked, and even then there's not much to explain. In 93' me, my sister, and my mom went to stay at our grandmothers apartment in Houston for a lil weekend gateway for a couple days. Well one morning, me and my sister woke up to find ourselves sleeping under the desk in the living room! My mother and grandmother said they didn't put us there, and we know we fell asleep in our bed. We never figured out why we did that. In anycase, I never slept-walked since then. I should be glad, as Ive heard reports of people driving(!) in their sleep.


    Sounds more like a botched alien abduction to me!
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    I don't think so, I'm a light sleeper.

    But you can do a lot of weird-ass things when you're sleepwalking. Has anyone ate or bathed or walked in your underwear while sleepwalking?
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    Quote by Gitoku
    Sounds more like a botched alien abduction to me!


    Good one!
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    My Mom claims I sleepwalked into their room once and started mouthing something, but I don't believe her.
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    I don't think I ever sleepwalked. I can't even remember a time when I did
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    no but there are alot of people that i kno that do and i never get to see it happen i always wanted to see somebody sleep walk but i never get the chance but when ever im not around it happends
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    I started sleepwalking around the age of 5.

    The doctors said it was from too much stress and "emotional trauma."

    For a while, it had stopped for the most part, with only a few instances from the ages of 10-12.

    But man, when I got into my teens, all Hell broke loose.

    There was one time, I remember going to bed in my room, and wrapping up in the blankets because it was so cold outside.

    I woke up around 6 am the next morning in my friend's empty (it wasn't so much empty as it was frozen, actually) swimming pool.

    There was another incident about a month later where my friend came out of his house early one Saturday and found me asleep underneath his trampoline.

    And at another friend's sleepover birthday party, we had all fallen asleep in his basement watching some movies, and I woke up in his doghouse in his back yard around noon.


    The worst incidents didn't start happening until a couple of years ago, though.

    There have been numerous cases where I've woken up at a random location (one time I had no idea where I was. The place was completely unfamiliar), like a park or my back yard (they've all been outdoors). Most of the time I wake up with terrible aches all over and being rather chilled (There was one time I actually woke up naked in my front yard) and rather confused, understandably, too. The worst of these, though, was the time I woke up in Pioneer Park (which is between about 10 or 15 miles from where I live) in my underwear. I was really beaten up. I had bruises, scratches, and various lacerations all over my body and even had bloodstains on my hands. The worst of it was that somebody had obviously been following me. I heard dogs barking and saw a few lights from flashlights. Some people have said I MUST have been dreaming, but I can tell you right now that I wasn't. I was too sore, too cold, and too scared to have dreamt that.

    Since then, I've acquired the nickname of "Wolfman" or "Wolfboy" among those that have heard the story. I'm becoming kind of an urban legend, actually. It's kind of cool...
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