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Does your boyfriend snore?

Asked by punkrockworld (960points) May 10th, 2009

I have had only two boyfriends so far but they both snore. Is it common for guys?

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cookieman's avatar

I have a boyfriend?!?!?! oh…wait a minute!

No, but my wife snores like a chainsaw.
it’s actually quite adorable

casheroo's avatar

My husband snores sometimes, and he sometimes he talks in his sleep (very entertaining). It only bothers me if he falls asleep before me.

oratio's avatar

I don’t know if it’s common especially for guys. Maybe. In the army some snored, and some didn’t. I have had 2 girlfriends who snored. I didn’t use to snore, but they say I snore these days. My mother has snored like some growling demon all my life. She had an operation to deal with it, which helped a little bit.

Jude's avatar

When I was with my ex, she did, and it was LOUD. I usually would have to roll her onto her side while she was sleeping and at times would prop her up on her side with my body up against her, so she wouldn’t roll back. The woman could easily sleep through an atomic bomb, so, I was safe. Now, if I did manage to wake her, she’d turn all Linda Blair on my ass, head turn-age and all..

FrankHebusSmith's avatar

I’ve been told I snore by multiple girls. I believe as the one X put it a few years ago… “I just shake you til you wake up enough to stop, and then try to fall asleep before you start again”

I have only ever been with one or two girls that snored, and it was never all the time even.

Facade's avatar

My babe snores. We both wear earplugs to bed so it’s not that bad.

noelasun's avatar

No, well, very rarely.
On the other, hand, he has informed me that I do.
He’s still loves me, He’s so wonderful =)

Darwin's avatar

My husband does and so does my son, but both of my kids talk in their sleep.

wundayatta's avatar

I’m told I do. My wife made me have a sleep study, and they’ve given me this machine that blows air up my nose at night. It keeps the little flaps that hang down when you’re totally relaxed and thus cause the snoring from relaxing down. They say that snoring, at least in men my age (50s), is associated with high blood pressure and heart disease, so it’s probably a good idea to try to find a way to stop it.

emilyrose's avatar

@daloon—do you have apnea? My dad does. I made him do the test and now he has the machine : )

A_Beaverhausen's avatar

no. but my mom does. HAHA!

snapdragon24's avatar

He doesn’t snore, but apparently I do :s

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