Anyone Who Sleeps With a Snorer Will Relate to These Hilarious Tweets

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Sleeping next to someone is a perfectly lovely experience. You can snuggle with them! You can warm your feet up on them (if they let you)! And, if you have a bad dream, there’s someone there to comfort you!

That being said, if you sleep with a snorer, you might dread bedtime. I’m not talking about the people who make a tiny little rumble in the back of their throat. I’m talking about the people who really go to town sawing logs. The ones who you could hear from a mile away. The ones who keep you up for hours and insist that they’ve never snored in their entire life.

I don’t know if this will necessarily make you feel any better, but you’re not alone. There are others out there who feel your pain. Here are there tweets.

This is impossible.

If only he could be awake 100 percent of the time. Maybe you should take up snoring!

Congratulations.

We get it. You’re good at sleeping. Do you have to rub it in?

Awww.

That’s true love right there, folks. Also, they are not joking about the smothering.

This is smart!

Now you can keep track of your progress. Maybe go for a new record tonight?

One small favor.

This is nicer than I would be. I would tell them to sleep in another room.

A taste of their own medicine.

How do you like that?! Pretty hard to sleep, isn’t it? ISN’T IT?!

Truth.

Well, dogs are adorable and you can train them to do tricks. Does your husband do any tricks?

It’s a process.

They might wake up and stop briefly after step six, but you better believe you’re going to be right back at step one once they fall back to sleep.

Keep that pillow handy.

I’m convinced that pillows were invented as weapons first and as sleep aids second. By someone whose partner snored, obviously.

I can tell.

You should probably start preparing now. Start working out so you can roll him over. Get a recording device, or invest in some earplugs.

It was only a dream.

It’s like I could feel the sound of gravel being ground. Almost as if it was happening right next to my ear. Weird, huh?

Charge ’em up!

If my partner snored, you better believe I would have a pair of noise-canceling headphones. And a backup pair.

Yeah, right.

I don’t think I’ve ever met a self-aware snorer. Why do you think that is?

What a difference 15 years makes.

Although, honestly, I think 15 years is pretty generous. I’ve only been married for 1 year, and I would absolutely say the second sentence if necessary.

Roll over!

It didn’t help though, did it? Of course, it didn’t.

This is important.

Who cares about the genotype? This should probably be the first question, honestly.

Not guilty!

You can’t blame snorers for snoring. They can’t help it! Of course, the same can be said for whatever you do in retaliation.

It’s so true.

And the other person secretly records the snoring, obviously. That’s when you know it’s true love.

Accurate.

Critics called it a bit of a snoozefest. Also, spoiler alert: nothing the man did worked.

Don’t forget!

Anyone who has tried to sleep next to a snoring person knows that it is, in fact, possible to hate someone when they’re asleep. It’s not even that hard!

They’re all guilty!

Are you a man? Then you probably snore! And you probably complain about it!  

This is very wise.

This reads to me like some kind of proverb. The loudest snorer sleeps first. The non-snorer never sleeps.

There’s always a limit.

That’s a very nice way of thinking about it! But I’m glad you realize there’s a limit to how gracious any one person can be when it comes to snoring.

Keeping the love alive!

Who says it’s hard to keep the romance alive after marriage?

Wait a second.

Now, where have I heard this one before? That’s right. From someone who snores.

They’re both awful!

I don’t know if I’m willing to go that far. But they are both super awful!

Busted.

You’ve got some explaining to do, my friend! Best of luck to you.

Of course, the snorers aren’t always human.

But as we’ve already established, the furry snorers are much cuter than the human ones. That’s the way it is!

That’s a bold move.

I agree that it has to be done, but it’s probably not going to be received very well. I’m warning you.

Communication is important!

You might as well have a full conversation with them. They’re not going to be waking up any time soon. Do you sleep with a snorer? Share this with them!