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Old 01-22-2016, 08:16 PM
 
Location: Orlando
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I do not. That's my story and I'm sticking with it.
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Old 01-23-2016, 07:27 PM
 
Location: Finally escaped The People's Republic of California
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I use to snore like a bear or so I've been told......
Was diagnosed with sleep apnea, started using a cpap machine and the snoring is gone
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Old 01-23-2016, 07:47 PM
 
Location: zippidy doo dah
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To test the classic and long-held belief that old retired turds snore and it appears to be true.

Indeed I do however it didn't take retirement nor turdishness to achieve it.

When one of my kids was in preschool , the class made mother's day cards stating why they love their mom. Mine was prominently displayed in the classroom with the words "I Love My Mom Because She Snores At Night" and a picture of me, prone in a bed, cutting large Z'sssssssss." It amused all the moms who were loved because they smell good, sing pretty or make good dinners.................

We decided that my snoring assured my son that mom was alive and well in the next room.
Humming " I Am Woman, Hear me Snore!"
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Old 01-24-2016, 08:25 AM
 
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Even my cat who sleeps with me snores. He doesn't complain about me snoring and I don't complain about him, so it works out pretty well.

Don
Hah! My two middle-aged girls snore too. Funny.

For decades I slept with my DH snorer. Usually if I could beat him to sleep (not literally) it wasn't a problem. But sometimes that didn't happen and I learned a few techniques for temporarily putting an end to it long enough for me to get to dreamland. Yes - even pinching his nose. Husband abuse.

Then in my early fifties I put on a lot of weight really fast and started to snore. It took him about two weeks to move into a different bedroom. My snoring was ghastly. Really, apnea. I once dozed off on a flight and awoke to nearly the whole plane snickering. Aargh.

It was a struggle but I finally managed to drop the extra pounds and have kept it off. So I no longer snore but DH, once bitten, is twice shy.
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