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    Need some thoughts
    AaronMorrison posted:
    I was sleeping. I woke up randomly, at 3am, and turned towards my girlfriend and her head was all the way to the side and was looking right at me with her eyes closed. I freak out, and strarted yelling 'hey! hey! hey!' She replied 'what, what is it?!' So I told her what happened, and she said 'no I wasnt' She had no idea what was going on until I started yelling at her. I have no word of lie. This freaks the crap out of me, and I was wondering what your guys thoughts were on this. I need em, to try and at least put my mind at ease. Thanks for reading.
    lukeperry responded:
    Hi Aaron,

    I'd be happy to try and answer your question, but I don't understand what you said. How could she be looking right at you, if her eye's were closed?

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