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What Crazy Shit Do You Do In Your Sleep?

Calling all sleepwalkers, sleep-talkers, sleep-eaters, and anyone else who does weird shit in the middle of the night.

Everyone experiences sleep differently.

For some, sleep is an effortless and beautiful thing.

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For others, sleeping is a literal shitshow.

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...and they don't even know it.

People might wake up thinking they've slept like a rock all night.

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They might even feel rested, and completely oblivious.

When in reality, they've been up all night doing all kinds of CRAZY shit!

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There are a range of sleep disorders which can cause people to do weird stuff in their sleep, including sleepwalking, sleeptalking, sleep-eating, and sleep paralysis. There's also REM sleep disorder, which causes people to physically act out vivid and unpleasant dreams (and might be the scariest thing ever).

Like this mom, who just can't figure out how to open the tomato cage.

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Or Stu, in what might be the most terrifying Rugrats episode ever.

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Who doesn't remember this?

We were all like, "Stu, WTF are you doing!?"

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As weird as it is for the sleeper, it can be even freakier for the family, friends, partners, or roommates who get to witness this stuff — and then have to tell them about it later.

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Sometimes, it can get a little scary.

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Like this guy who sleepwalked off a cliff while camping (don't worry, he's OK!).

Often, it's just really weird and funny.

For example: One time, I woke up trying to drink a bottle of Bath and Body Works Cotton Blossom body lotion.

So tell us: What is the craziest, funniest, or downright creepiest thing you've ever done in your sleep?

Share your story in the comments and it might be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Health post.

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