my husband waited 'til we were married ...

Discussion in 'Love & Lifestyles' started by kuulani, Feb 21, 2003.

  1. kuulani

    kuulani New Member

    to spring this on me!!

    OMG! He snores! I've lived with him for over a year before we were married, and only now his snoring comes in!! And here I was, all happy that I married a non-snorer :D
  2. lacemyster

    lacemyster New Member


    Best wishes to you both from the lacemyster
    Words of advice, get ear plugs for when you're sleeping ;)
  3. unclehobart

    unclehobart New Member

    hes probably allergic to something new in the mix. Do you have new clothes, animals, or just exhausted from extra long days?
  4. HomeLAN

    HomeLAN New Member

    Nope. Marriage makes us snore. Just like it makes ya'll gain weight. :D

  5. PT

    PT Off 'Motherfuckin' Topic Elite

  6. Gonz

    Gonz molṑn labé Staff Member

    What's wrong with that?

    Homey is on to something.
  7. unclehobart

    unclehobart New Member

    Ah well .. Im not married... so I dare say I have imperical evidence to point one way or another. I will just have to bow out and leave this to the marrieds.
  8. kuulani

    kuulani New Member

    :rofl: ... but I blame the weight gain on the babygirl :D
  9. freako104

    freako104 Well-Known Member

    maybe you can get him breathe right strips ku?? apparently i snore and im not married. and i never will be either :D. :rofl2: @ homey.
  10. Luis G

    Luis G <i><b>Problemator</b></i> Staff Member

    don't worry, you'll get used to it ;) :D
  11. greenfreak

    greenfreak New Member

    I don't see how any of those strips you put on your face can prevent your tongue from resting on the back of your throat because that's what snoring is.

    My Dad has snored unbelievably loud for as long as I can remember. At one point, they sewed a tennis ball in the back of his nightshirt so that he would lay on his side instead of his back and it worked for a while. We found out recently that he has sleep apnea and that it may have something to do with it. He's going for sleep studies and such.

    Does hubby still snore if he's on his side? Maybe if he trains himself to sleep on his side instead of his back...? Does it wake you up if you're already sleeping? Because I got used to my Dad's snoring in the next room and became a heavy sleeper over time.
  12. HomeLAN

    HomeLAN New Member

    If he's got sleep apnea, that's 90% your culprit. Since the wife got the CPAP machine, no more problem.
  13. Q

    Q New Member

    What's the CPAP machine?
  14. Squiggy

    Squiggy ThunderDick

    Cardio Pulmonary Accu Pucture...better known as a knife...:wink2:
  15. Q

    Q New Member

    A knife??? I never saw the snoring defense on Court TV :hmm:
  16. Squiggy

    Squiggy ThunderDick

    Its almost undetectable... :shrug: ...except for the blood....
  17. Q

    Q New Member

    ....and the big HOLE:eek2:
  18. Squiggy

    Squiggy ThunderDick

    Yeah....but other than those two things....:D
  19. Q

    Q New Member

    I think it depends alot on whether the victim is awake or sleeping. Awake brings on a whole new slew of problems...
  20. Squiggy

    Squiggy ThunderDick

    Only for a little while...then its all the same...

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