My parents say yes, it happen sometimes, and they say it's funny when happen and sometimes I don't just talk when sleep. they say sometimes I do funny moves, welp, I find this a bit strange, but funny at the same time... but a bit weird btw.
I actually got curious a while ago (around three months ago as I recall) due to my dad mentioning it, so I went ahead and left a recording going overnight. It took a bit of cutting down but at about 4am I started rambling. The subject matter varied from casual talk about day to day life to deep, inner thoughts that I didn't realise I even had. I talked on and off for a while before going silent. What was interesting was the number of personal feelings I was conveying. the human mind can be quite fascinating.
My dad told me that I did before, but I'm not really sure. It was a long time ago and I've been using an app that records noises I make at night, so it should record them if I do talk, but it hasn't done that till now, so I most likely don't.
I guess I'll try again tonight, though. Maybe I'm just not talking loud enough, so I'll just turn the required volume down a little.
When I used to share a room with my brother he used to tell me that I would do this from time to time, but not very often. I'm sure it is that way with most people.
Yeah, so what if I haven't shoveled out my signature yet, I'll get to it later.
i do alot suposedly and apparently when i do its F this and F that which is funny because i really dont curse all that much. sometimes i even wake up from a dream in the middle of a sentence and actually hear it myself.
There has only been one instance of me sleep talking as far as I've been informed. Apparently I actually got out of my bed, walked up to the window, pointed to somewhere in the back yard and said something along the lines of "the man with the list is coming." Somewhat creepy, really.
I don't sleep talk; I sleep very still and stiff, on my back, arms at my side, every night. However, I have an autistic brother that lives with me, and let me give you a bit of background.
He's 19, and very much into rap music; partway from an attraction to massive amounts of bass, but also partway because it's a continuation of a fantasy. We used to live in a different neighborhood, and all of his friends listened to rap and wanted to be rich and powerful like those stars. He has not been able to shake himself of that idea, and so he listens to rap.
They say dreams bring out your subconscious, and Ben is a rampant sleep-talker. Though what he "says" are often moans, they take on a rhythmic nature. What he is doing in his sleep is interpretable as a form of gibberish rapping; it almost resembles a somewhat mumbled foreign language.
I haven't had a chance to record it, because he won't give me permission to. He's worried that other people might steal his style.
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