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Folks, you can even select/reject a potential mate based on how they sleep. If you decide to live with someone and then discover that they drool a lot while sleeping, hey, you might decide it’s not something you want to deal with. And guys or ladies, if your significant other wets bed, well, you may definitely decide that it’s not something you want to deal with. And ladies, if you lay there one night and hear your fella whispering words like following:
“I promise I’ll marry you one day...”
“Certainly I’ll respect you tomorrow...”
“No one will ever know....” It might be a sign that he’s dreaming about something other than 1967 Green Bay Packers. It might also be a sign that you’ll soon want him to be examining front door of your place (the side that leads to outside).
All sorts of other useful things can be determined during sleep - ever roll over during night and discover that your spouse must’ve had food with lots of garlic in it? Or onions? Worse yet, ever discover that they must’ve eaten a whole lot of raisin bran earlier in day? Or even worse than that, ever discover that their slack jawed look is not one that’s going raise your level of passion to new heights anytime soon?
So sleep, how people sleep, and what they do during sleep can tell you a lot. A whole lot. It can make you love somebody or hate somebody, it can take someone normal looking and turn them into a haint, simply put, it can change whole course of a relationship with another person. And that’s something I could go into even more, and it’s something that I would like to go into even more, but hey, I’m a bit tired right now, so guess what I’m about to do?
Ed’s latest book, “Rough As A Cob,“ can be ordered by calling River City Publishing toll-free at: 877-408-7078. He’s also a popular after dinner speaker, and his column runs in a number of Southeastern publications. You can contact him via email at: email@example.com, or through his web site address at: www.ed-williams.com.