These relatable tweets will make you relive those long sleepless nights once again.
Sleeping is one activity that everyone enjoys doing. It's the only time when you can sink into your bed and sleep on all your problems for a good 7-8 hours. However, it can be hard to get a good night's sleep when you share your bed with a partner, who is a loud snorer. In some cases, it doesn't have to be your S.O. It can be a family member, like your dad, whose snores can be heard from three blocks away. The struggle is real. Not only can you not sleep, but even the covers are being snatched away from you in the middle of the night, or, even worse, you're facing that person and now you have to hear their breathing for the next eight hours.
Therefore, we bring you some of the most relatable tweets that will make you relive those sleepless nights once again and potentially ruin your day. These funny tweets may not help with insomnia, but they will surely give you a good laugh at night when you are staring at the ceiling and thinking about what's inside Area 51.
Snore again and I’ll smother you.— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) January 16, 2015
--married pillow talk
“Me? I don’t snore.” - every person who snores for 7 hours a night— George Balekji (@GeorgeBalekji) March 17, 2017
*my dog whimpers in her sleep* omg so cute— oll (@dulcetry) June 24, 2015
*husband breathes in his sleep* SHUT THE FUCK UP
*watching husband sleep*— Stephanie Ortiz (@Six_Pack_Mom) August 28, 2016
Me: "I just love him so much, he's my everyth-"
Me: "I can't live like this."
Me, crawling into bed, "Can you do me a favor?"— Lady Lawya (@Parkerlawyer) March 7, 2017
Hubs, "OMG YES!"
Me, "Let me go to sleep first so I don't have to listen to your snoring."
When your hubby falls asleep first & snores so loud you want to suffocate him w/ a pillow. #momlife #wifelife #nosleep #snoring— Kathleen Gullette (@KatSusanne1982) March 2, 2017
My wife got a Fitbit for the sole purpose of proving how many times I wake her up in the middle of the night by snoring.— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) January 20, 2016
Stages: Coping w Snorer— Amanda Mancino-Williams (@Manda_like_wine) May 26, 2016
2 Say "You're Snoring"
3 Roll them
5 Stab w pen
6 Scream TAKE THIS CUP O SUFFERING AWAY FROM ME
When your husband snores the majority of the night...#sendhelp #snoring #wifeproblems pic.twitter.com/IGb8ZsMMEd— Jamie Stephens (@oujamie) March 7, 2017
When you're pinning all your hopes for a good night's sleep on the life of the battery in your noise cancelling headphones #snoring #Bose pic.twitter.com/cJNMOZCwPA— Holly Cook (@holly_louisec) February 25, 2017
It’s now 446am and the snoring continues unabated. I’ve not slept since 1315am. I’m so tired I could weep. I’ve even made a bed on the floor round the corner by the bathroom but I can STILL hear him! #snoringhusband pic.twitter.com/Z135bUlKYt— Judy Mansfield (@JudyMansfield) December 30, 2021
Snoring is reasonable grounds for divorce isn’t it? #snoringhusband 😴— Siobhan Booth (@shuv_phil) March 18, 2019
I'm so excited right now , new ear plugs delivered today. Looking forward to a peaceful nights sleep now 😁😂🤣 #sleep #snoringhusband #Marriedlife little things make you happy lol. pic.twitter.com/amCEjklC3Q— em.mccord (@EmmaMcCord2) June 25, 2018
When you’re on vacation with a snoring spouse and you’re editing one book and writing another....#nosleep #sleepisfortheweak #tired #upatdawn #snoringhusband #timetowatchsnapped #icanttakeitanymore #writersofinstagram #indieauthors #allthewords #writing https://t.co/vg0vtPiGTX pic.twitter.com/tqGVyrvxO5— Felice Stevens (@FeliceStevens1) December 23, 2018
Must get me one 😁 #snoringhusband #keepsmeawake pic.twitter.com/lTtjeejXid— LL B. 🌼 (@laaluula) March 15, 2018