Man Stops His Girlfriend Snoring By Licking Her Face When She's Sleeping
Most people will roll their partner over when they're making too much noise, move around a little bit to bring them out of their deep sleep or just kick them. But Jason Lee licks his girlfriend's face.
Sharnie Bright-Penny only found out after she kept waking up with a wet face was stunned to discover it was from her boyfriend licking her in the night.
Jason and Sharnie have been together seven months but were driving each other crazy thanks to sleepless nights caused by snoring and sleep-talking.
Jason, 22, had experimented with different ways of getting his girlfriend to roll over and be quiet, but finally licked her face in a last-ditch attempt at catching some rest.
To his amazement, Sharnie rolled over away from him in her sleep and was quiet, allowing Jason to finally be able to drift off himself - so began to use the bizarre technique regularly.
The 19-year-old had no idea her boyfriend had been licking her as she slept, instead dismissing her wet face as due to dribbling in her sleep.
It wasn't until Sharnie was sleeping over at a friend's house and was kept awake by her pal talking in her sleep that Jason texted admitting his own unusual method of getting her to be quiet.
Luckily Sharnie found her partner's method hilarious - with the couple not ruling it out as something he will do in the future.
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Jason, from Maryport in West Cumbria, said: "Her snoring sounds like a deep growl. I was determined to find something that shuts her up. She had rolled over several times in her sleep snoring in my ear.
"I rolled her over and she rolled back onto me and carried on snoring in my ear. When that didn't work, I decided to try a hug and roll." Someone's watched Friends.
He continued: "I then decided to try blowing in her face and then as a last resort I just licked her face and it worked. I laughed because it was so stupid but I'm pretty happy I found a solution.
"I've been doing it about a week. Usually her snoring wakes me up so I try and get back to sleep but the snoring keeps me up as it's right in my ear."
The couple both admit they have a bad habit for talking in their sleep, with Sharnie once shouting for the cat and Jason ironically asking Sharnie to stop touching his tongue.
Sharnie added: "I hadn't suspected anything. I've woken up with a wet face but I've always thought that was me dribbling while I was asleep, but obviously it was not.
"I asked him if he was going to keep doing it and his reply to that question was 'no comment', so I'm guessing he will."
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