Return of the Snorer

@zebra2222 (4897)
United States
March 9, 2016 8:04pm CST
He couldn't stop snoring no matter how hard I tried. The sounds ripped apart my sanity. It was like a train rumbling in my house. I shook him. It was no use. The snoring got louder and louder. The entire neighborhood could hear the snoring. I prodded him and pushed him. I used a bullhorn to get his attention. Nothing worked. Finally, out of desperation, I left the house and stayed the night in a cheap motel. Silence was finally mine. (That is until the person occupying the room next to mine started snoring) It was another case of a heavy snorer. Will the torment ever seize? Okay, this is a made up story, but it could happen to you!
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@AnneEJ (5118)
• Dollard-Des-Ormeaux, Quebec
10 Mar 16
Very interesting story. Makes me glad I live alone.
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@thesids (22455)
• Bhubaneswar, India
10 Mar 16
The story is a gentle reminder... keep a bottle of iced water handy... even when you try to get a nap
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@Marcyaz (36126)
• United States
10 Mar 16
Could happen, Did happen to me. My first husband was a loud snorer and I had to go and sleep in the guest bedroom because of his snoring even after many years I could not fall asleep in the same bed with him because of that. It was hard to get away from that awful sound.
@MGjhaud (20811)
• Philippines
10 Mar 16
the bullhorn was a bit too much in that story haha.. the title of your discussion caught my attention cause i snore like a man.
@SIMPLYD (74766)
• Philippines
10 Mar 16
I don't snore , when hubby and i began our marriage . But for the past recent years , my husband says i snore already . Oh shocks ! But he said it is not loud though . Thank God .
@Vjvals (950)
• Roseville, California
10 Mar 16
It's a conspiracy