Thursday, November 4, 2010

Do you Snore?

I have always considered snoring to be a man's sport.  Don't get me wrong, I'm sure there are many a lady snorer out there but it's just not dainty.

I have teased the Mister excessively about his snoring habits for many years.  He is a mouth breather so his snoring is a special kind of torture.  I make it a point to try and fall asleep first so I don't have to listen to his mouth music ever.

The other day we are discussing his breathing habits and he tells me that I snore too.


The world as I know it came to a screeching hault.

I told him to take it back in my most offended voice.

He wouldn't.

So I asked him to prove it.  I made him show me exactly what I sound like.

He obliged.

I was horrified!  HORRIFIED!

I told him he must be lying-- it's the only reasonable explanation.

He denied the accusations of his honesty.

So I've been forced to reevaluate the picture of my daintiness.  Could it be so?  Am I suddenly in the Big Momma Club?  Should I start watching football and eating chicken drumsticks?  Should I start wearing sweat pants and scratching myself?  Should I mow the lawn in my underwear too?  Where does it end?

What has happened to me?

Help!  I'm a hideous monster!  Save yourselves!


I Am Momma - Hear Me Roar said...

I'd definitely try to refrain from the scrathing yourself. You are so funny. I think everyone snores a little sometimes. Apparently I laugh in my sleep. I still love you even if you snore....but remind me never to share a hotel room with you :)

Mandi said...

I am a snorer as well. 'Specially when I've been sick.

And a little story I don't like to tell but my husband loves to laugh over:
when I'm pregnant and sleeping, I have a tendency to SNORT. Like a big Miss Piggy snort. This cannot be described without a dramatization.

Margene said...

It is okay to snore. I have since I was little. I love to hear that other people snore. too. then I don't feel so alone. Just don't spend a night in a hotel room with Dennis and I. We don't even stay on the same beat. But the other habits you don't have to take up. I love you even if you snore.

Brooke Hill said...

I am the same way!!! I always claimed that I did not snore. And then I got married....... and about 6 months in my husband told me I am a very deep sleeper that twitches and snores! I was mortified and tried to deny it, but he sticks to his story... I am so embarrassed!

Beth @ Sand To Pearl said...

Hehehe. When I was younger I lived with my sister and brother-in-law (or he was at the time) and she would always get on him about snoring and he told her that she did, which she denied, and one day he taped her. Oh, my gosh, I thought she was going to rip him apart! It was crazy, but totally hilarious.
And I don't think there is anything wrong with you, I snore too.

Nick Ashley Reagan Coen & Ike said...

My grandma is a petite little tiny thing and she snores so loudly you can hear her in the basement at the other end of the house, it's unbelievably loud... AND she and my grandpa sleep like spoons. I think it's called true love.

connie said...

Oh, so much for dainty. I snore so bad that I wake myself up. Top that people. Pretty sad, huh.

Catherine Hansen Peart said...

Now I am laughing at Mandi as well! Too funny! (yes, I have been advised that I snore too....but I still don't believe it)

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