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User avatar #13 - cdm (04/16/2014) [-]
Ah, sleep paralysis. Fun times. "Well, great. Can't move. Just stay calm and wait, you're fine. Stay calm, there's nothing to worry about. You know there's no one in here; you locked the door. Then again, you didn't look under your bed when you came home, did you? What is it most people seem to hallucinate? Aliens? Good thing those aren't real. Except for that one crawling around beside you."

"Hey, did you notice you stopped breathing? Seriously, how'd you manage to get your blanket wrapped around your neck? Too bad you can't move. Welp, have fun with asphyxiation."

"Oh, this again. Well, it's fine. Don't freak out like last time. That was bad. Say, is your heart beating fast? Like, really fast? Aw, man, it's getting faster. That can't be healthy. Maybe you're going into shock. Wouldn't this be a fun way to die?"

**** you, brain.

Just focus on a single muscle. As soon as you manage to make one thing move, it's like hitting the reset button.
#50 to #13 - skalias (04/16/2014) [-]
**** , I willed myself into moving before freaky **** happened the only time I've had sleep paralysis.
User avatar #130 to #13 - kungfulouie (04/17/2014) [-]
Do you lucid dream too?
User avatar #138 to #130 - cdm (04/17/2014) [-]
Nope. Gave up on trying after that third episode.
#155 to #138 - kungfulouie (04/17/2014) [-]
If what you got works, stick with it.
If what you got works, stick with it.
User avatar #191 to #13 - cards (04/17/2014) [-]
That sounds terrifying.
User avatar #313 to #13 - yourinvisiblegf (04/17/2014) [-]
thanks for the advice and the sharing
User avatar #70 to #13 - demcupcakes (04/17/2014) [-]
Best tip is to wiggle your toes
#166 to #13 - John Cena (04/17/2014) [-]
I always have hallucinations of heavy breathing under my bed when I get sleep paralysis. It sounds like someone with bad asthma just ran a mile.

After about 5-10 minutes of that, I can feel something that resembles large hands coming from out of my mattress and holding my arms, legs, and torso.


I always fall back asleep during it though
User avatar #352 to #166 - popnotes (04/17/2014) [-]
Jesus **** that sounds like **** I'd come up with
User avatar #17 to #13 - Tusura ONLINE (04/16/2014) [-]
Hold your breath.
User avatar #92 to #13 - fongsan (04/17/2014) [-]
wiggle your big toe
User avatar #1 - ihearcolors (04/16/2014) [-]
I one woke up and couldn't open my eyes because they were crusted shut and my arms were completely asleep and I could not move them, I had to lie there for ten minutes while I waited for my arms to regain circulation all the while thinking I had gone blind.
User avatar #90 to #1 - gcloud ONLINE (04/17/2014) [-]
its not circulation thats keeping ur arms paralized
its in fact the part of ur brain that controls movement just hadnt woken up with the rest of ur brain
#108 to #90 - chubbies (04/17/2014) [-]
Sometimes if you sleep on your arms as pillows they fall asleep.
User avatar #367 to #108 - gcloud ONLINE (04/17/2014) [-]
yes but that not the same thing as sleep paralysis
User avatar #282 to #1 - mrlego (04/17/2014) [-]
I had the same thing happen to me, and I had to get up at like 5 in the morning with my eyes like glued shut and make my way to the bathroom to get water. It was scary..
#310 to #1 - John Cena (04/17/2014) [-]
could you still hear colors?
User avatar #2 to #1 - meierme (04/16/2014) [-]
wtf causes your eyes to get crusted shut?
User avatar #3 to #2 - ihearcolors (04/16/2014) [-]
If I remember correctly I think it was pink eye. a very bad case of pink eye.
User avatar #88 to #3 - tazzerz (04/17/2014) [-]
Awwwww man, I ******* despise pinkeye, I have had so much trouble with that **** over the years. I would rather any kind of (Short term) Sickness over that **** . Just thinking about it makes me quiver.
User avatar #152 to #88 - eggoman (04/17/2014) [-]
who keeps farting on your pillow?
User avatar #366 to #152 - tazzerz (04/17/2014) [-]
It was caused from working, I was digging up the floor of an old house so we could lay a new floor and dust got in my eye, other times, when I was younger, I used to play with my friends in a forest outside my house, stuff got in my eye and so on.
#256 to #88 - theydontlikeu (04/17/2014) [-]
wash your hands when you go to the bathroom man.
#67 - eezo (04/17/2014) [-]
LITERALLY MY BIGGEST FEAR EVER


And it's not scary in the "Holy **** I can die" way

It's scary in the "I don't want to ******* know what horrible things my mind can come up with" way
#123 to #67 - John Cena (04/17/2014) [-]
I presume you've never had it then?

Most of the time you just lay there, disorientated and unable to move
User avatar #124 to #123 - eezo (04/17/2014) [-]
Everything I've read about it mentions scary ****

I ain't riskin' it
User avatar #133 to #67 - bjerneironbeard (04/17/2014) [-]
This one time during a paralysis all that happened was that I dream my dead grandma and grandpa sat at the foot of my bed smiling. It was horrible because i wanted to hug them and speak to them but I couldn't.
User avatar #134 to #133 - eezo (04/17/2014) [-]
Jesus christ
User avatar #136 to #134 - bjerneironbeard (04/17/2014) [-]
That was the toughest one i've had. I've had "Scarier" ones but that one was just hard.
#6 - evilhomer (04/16/2014) [-]
Usually when I get sleep paralysis i also get fixated breathing  I don't know how is it called scientifically and let me tell you it's the 			*******		 worst.    
You do not control your breathing but  you breath like you were sleeping, meaning your taking a lot of short breaths and exhales. I have a huge fear of suffocating and it feels like your about  to every time you exhale.
Usually when I get sleep paralysis i also get fixated breathing I don't know how is it called scientifically and let me tell you it's the ******* worst.
You do not control your breathing but you breath like you were sleeping, meaning your taking a lot of short breaths and exhales. I have a huge fear of suffocating and it feels like your about to every time you exhale.
User avatar #311 to #6 - zerith (04/17/2014) [-]
I don't think I've ever experienced sleep paralysis. I kinda want to, but I also don't cause it sounds pretty scary.
User avatar #102 - CakemanRPG (04/17/2014) [-]
Holy **** I can relate to this

>be a month ago
>be half asleep
>eyes are barely open
>shift gaze over to my dresser which is like 15 feet from bed
>see a long limbed impish-like creature perched on dresser
>creature is extremely out of focus and I can barely recall its features
>see its head jerk up
>with supernatural speed it drops to the floor and sprints towards me
>adrenaline kicks in
>squeeze my eyes shut right where it was inches before my faces
>my heart's pounding and I open my eyes after a few seconds to see nothing
>lay in bed for a good thirty minutes contemplating whether I should see an exorcist or not
#230 to #102 - John Cena (04/17/2014) [-]
GET THE **** OUT OF THERE
#16 - sinery (04/16/2014) [-]
I only ever lucid dream with my morning wood.
#9 - sirquidam ONLINE (04/16/2014) [-]
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User avatar #10 to #9 - miia ONLINE (04/16/2014) [-]
i just played through that bit today
**** was cash, made it through on my first try
first playthrough i died like 10 times
User avatar #23 to #10 - sirquidam ONLINE (04/16/2014) [-]
That part in GIF was actually my favorite part, most annoying part was school theater.
User avatar #24 to #23 - miia ONLINE (04/16/2014) [-]
school theatre was pretty easy for me
i think the most annoying part of this playthrough was trying to align the mirrors for the solar array
User avatar #25 to #24 - sirquidam ONLINE (04/16/2014) [-]
Ah, I liked that part. Free floating around the array was awesome, but those hulks breaking in the elevator was scary though.
User avatar #26 to #25 - miia ONLINE (04/16/2014) [-]
i couldnt get them to align properly...it looked like i had it all set up until i went to teh second array and looked back
i had to leave so much loot behind at one point...cause you were in a vaccuum and an infinite amount of necromorphs were coming out and you had to run out to escape
tfw all that loot
User avatar #29 to #26 - sirquidam ONLINE (04/16/2014) [-]
Yeah, limited oxygen and lot of dangers. Also, I think Dead Space 2 had the best beginning.
#137 to #29 - mcsquishin (04/17/2014) [-]
DS2 is my favorite in the franchise. Took everything from the original and made it more polished and amazing. Never have I had so many "OH F@#%" moments, both from fear and amazement.   
   
MFW the eye poke machine
DS2 is my favorite in the franchise. Took everything from the original and made it more polished and amazing. Never have I had so many "OH F@#%" moments, both from fear and amazement.

MFW the eye poke machine
#145 to #137 - sirquidam ONLINE (04/17/2014) [-]
Through all of Dead Space series, I have formed a rule that has worked in all of them. When you see a dead body, stomp the hell out of it just to be safe.   
   
Also, Advanced Suit is very sweet looking.
Through all of Dead Space series, I have formed a rule that has worked in all of them. When you see a dead body, stomp the hell out of it just to be safe.

Also, Advanced Suit is very sweet looking.
User avatar #36 - rapsuskiller (04/16/2014) [-]
Oh, and another story:

One time, a voice sounded in my head while in paralysis that told me it would all be normal/fine when I got out out of my own head as if I was the voice inside other personĀ“s head

One of the most terrifying things that has happened to me
User avatar #303 to #36 - ifightdragons (04/17/2014) [-]
I had something similar happen Ive never experienced sleep paralysis and its only ever happened once but while waking up I clearly heard my dad say everything would be okay
User avatar #363 to #303 - rapsuskiller (04/17/2014) [-]
Jesus ******* christ, the human mind can do weird things
User avatar #364 to #363 - ifightdragons (04/17/2014) [-]
it was crazy not scary at all definitely a weird start to the day though. I think some of the stories here would certainly be interesting to experience first hand absolutely terrifying but interesting
User avatar #32 - thebrownydestroyer **User deleted account** (04/16/2014) [-]
Use to keep slipping into sleep paralysis quite often for about the first 7 years of my life, the constant nightmare of the big black figure looking over me made it so I had to have various forms of therapy to finally dim them down a bit. It's not really the things you see in the dream that **** you up, it's the fact that sometimes you are unable to move and however hard you try, you just can't do **** . Hell sometimes I wouldn't be able to open my eyes properly to see what was going on, and it just seems so real.
Good times, good times
funny story actually my father was in the navy at the time so when he came back I use to tell him about the "big black man" as I would call him, so he starting thinking that my mum was cheating on him with a black fellow
User avatar #219 - hybredmoon (04/17/2014) [-]
Let me attempt to dispel some fear with a bit of knowledge (Might be a long read, but maybe it will help someone)
As a long term sufferer of sleep apnea (I literally stop breathing multiple times throughout the night) I've had probably more than the average person's experience with sleep paralysis. I sleep, airway collapses, brain says 'oh **** we're dying!' and I wake up just enough to take a forced breath, usually landing me in a sleep paralysis episode.
First Sleep paralysis is a perfectly natural and safe thing that 90-95% go through every night. The other 5-10% of people are chronic sleep walkers. That being said, yes it can be SCARY AS **** to wake up and find yourself caught in this strange phenomenon. Like most scary things though, the largest part of the fear comes from not knowing whats going on.
Sleep paralysis is the mechanism our bodies use to prevent us from physically acting out our dreams as we sleep. It's a safe guard that kept our ancestors from walking off cliffs while they dreamed of chasing dinner, and it prevents us from walking out into traffic while we dream of chasing super models.
Sometimes though things get messed up. You see, there are two different parts to sleep: Physical and mental. What I mean is that your body can be asleep while your mind is still awake and active. When you're lying there at night and you get that weird itch or sudden urge to roll over for no reason that's your brain checking to see if your body is ready for sleep. When you stop responding to these signals the brain assumes you are ready for sleep and initiates shut down procedures. Normally you don't notice it but sometimes things go wrong or you mentally wake up from sleep before your body is alert and active.
That's sleep paralysis: your mind is awake but your body is asleep. (Continued in a reply)
User avatar #224 to #219 - hybredmoon (04/17/2014) [-]
Even though your mind is awake, it isnt like normal waking life. You're caught in a weird state between sleep and alert. Sometimes your dreams will get overlaid onto reality. This is called a hypnogogic hallucination and they can vary from mild to full on auditory / visual hallucinations. Due to the stressful nature of waking up to find yourself paralyzed they are rarely pleasant hallucinations. As anyone who has experimented with hallucinatory drugs can tell you, your state of mind has a huge affect on what you see or hear. Some people report having monsters or demons sitting on their chest, making it hard to breathe. Others say they hear strange sounds or voices. Some people say they see shadowy figures looming over them or just feeling a sense of dread, like something terrible is watching them. Personally during one such episode I saw my mother walk into my bedroom, chide me for being sloppy and proceed to fold some of my clothes. Did I mention she had been dead for two years when this happened? Yea, not fun.
But that's only because you are scared, and that fear is carrying over into your dreams, which you happen to be experiencing in real time. That feeling that you cant breathe? That's just lowered sensory feedback caused by the natural process of sleep paralysis. You are breathing fine, you just cant FEEL your chest moving like you normally do, and your dreaming mind supplies you with some images to go along with what you are feeling, through a filter of fear and confusion.
Now, how about some ways to fight it? First off, DON'T STAY UP TILL YOUR EXHAUSTED! Having a natural healthy sleep cycle is the BEST thing you can do to avoid this, as being exhausted causes your body to rush it's sleep prep, raising the chance for screw ups. Second, sleep paralysis isn't a full body lock down. Mostly your locomotive functions (arms and legs) are paralyzed. If caught in SP try wiggling your fingers or toes, a good cough will also shock your body into alertness.
User avatar #227 to #224 - DoktorHax (04/17/2014) [-]
You are now sleepexplain. Unless such a person exists.
User avatar #232 to #227 - hybredmoon (04/17/2014) [-]
WOO! I'm helping!

I've always been fascinated by sleep and dreams. That weird place where all the rules are only constructs of your own mind seems like a frontier worth exploring!

Fun fact: Did you know that the Scientific and Medical communities really have no earthly idea WHY we need to sleep, other than 'We get sleepy'. Our bodies could do everything that they do when we're asleep while we're awake but they just DON'T and no one knows why.

Fun!
User avatar #346 to #232 - zaxzwim (04/17/2014) [-]
since you seem to know about this sort-a stuff could you explain something for me?
ok so you must know what lucid dreaming is of course everyone does, but i have a kinda lucid dream nearly every night so it will skip a day here and there but as i have read in lucid dreams you can control what happens everywhere but in most of mine i can't, i can control what i do and go where i want and so-forth but i can't shoot fire out of my hands or anything like that. what's up with this?
#226 to #224 - hybredmoon (04/17/2014) [-]
So rest easy friends! Let the light of knowledge illuminate the dark corners of your mind and shine light on the fears that lurk there, for where understanding dwells there can be no room for terror!
So rest easy friends! Let the light of knowledge illuminate the dark corners of your mind and shine light on the fears that lurk there, for where understanding dwells there can be no room for terror!
User avatar #246 to #226 - assassindash (04/17/2014) [-]
I tried to PM you this problem but you have your pm message thing was blocked. I assumed that if it wasn't a PM, you would just take this as a cry for attention, instead of seriously. Message in spoiler.

Can you explain to me why whenever I dream I can feel what's happening to me as if it were real? I don't mean feeling light pain when breaking something or getting cut, but the full physical pain that comes with it. I have been experiencing these sometimes pleasurable, sometimes extremely painful dreams for about two years now. I am 16 right now, and I don't want to talk to my parents about this because they would either send me off to a terrible psychologist, or they would just take it as a cry for attention and bash me for saying it if they didn't believe me, which is more likely. I have developed an extreme amount of pain tolerance as well as emotion control from these dreams, which is why I simply want to understand why I have them, more than get rid of them. (This is why i'm asking a random person on the internet, because they couldn't do anything to my personal life. Anyone else would because they always believe they know what is best for the young.) So do you know what's causing this? Or how it is happening? Oh, and yes, the shock from the pain does wake me up, but the more it happens, the more it takes for me to wake up. And no, the painful dreams don't happen every night.

User avatar #257 to #246 - hybredmoon (04/17/2014) [-]
There are a few possible explanations for it and I'll try to touch on each of them.
The first thing is understanding that dreams are a blending of imagination and memory. Have you ever experienced the kind of pain you feel in your dreams in real life? If you have it's possible your brain is applying the memory of that pain to dream scenarios. Similarly most people find that their sex dreams get a lot better after they've actually had sex.
The second possibility is the brain adapting to existing conditions. Meaning that if you sleep on your arm wrong and it gets all crampy you are likely to dream about your arm being broken. It's outside stimulus affecting your dreams. Do you toss and turn at night? if you do this might be it.
Third is parasympathetic feedback. Your parasympathetic nervous system is part of your main nervous system and is a kind of shortcut for saving you from danger. Ever touched something hot and snatched away from it before you realized what was happening? Thats the PSNS at work. Your nerves send the HOT signal to your brain via the spinal chord, but when it hits the spinal chord a fast MOVE response is sent right back before the original message reaches the brain. If you are dreaming about painfull things your PSNS could be getting stimulated and responding with PAIN! MOVE! messages.
Another thing to consider is that at the age of 16, hormones are at an all time peak in your life.This can have strange affects on dreams including upping the realism to the point of vivid tactile (touch) hallucinations.

I'm sorry to hear that this unpleasant thing is happening to you, hopefully it will mellow out in time but if it doesn't I urge you to seek out a sleep counselor. If this is disrupting your sleep patterns it could lead to a host of health issues later down the line including obesity, emotional instability, and even heart problems.
User avatar #368 to #257 - assassindash (04/17/2014) [-]
No, I have never had my arm cut off, nor feel the immediate freezing and numbing temperatures that follow, or any other limbs for that matter.... Those torture dreams are probably the worst I have had. I can't get obese cause of my genetics, no worries there, I have been emotionally.... Scarred since I was 6 so it will take a lot to make me emotionally unstable, but the heart, that would be an issue.... Thanks for the advice, but I am not seeing anyone who would perscribe medication cause my parents would get involved, and they're the reasons i'm emotionally scarred. No, they never did anything physical, but they said extremely harsh things and locked me in dark rooms as punishment for extended periods of time. (I'm saying this in case it will help explain my predicament.)

The only other thing I have is an extreme understanding of pain. I can estimate what certain things feel like even though I haven't felt them.
#212 - Toximan (04/17/2014) [-]
You experience sleep paralysis every night. It's so you don't flail in your dreams. It also explains why it's hard to punch in your dreams because you need to IRL as well, not just in your dreams.
#234 to #212 - kaflip (04/17/2014) [-]
Punching ? in my dreams I can't scream and I run really slow.
User avatar #369 to #234 - Toximan (04/17/2014) [-]
I've had no trouble running and vocalizing in dreams. Punching is damn near impossible.
#60 - willys (04/17/2014) [-]
I had it probably a good dozen or more times throughout my childhood (not once since, don't ask me why) and it always lasted about 20-30 seconds and I would just try to move my muscles slowly until they worked.

Then one ******* day, I woke up with sleep paralysis and my face was buried in my pillow. Not like someone did it to me, just I rolled over and my face landed in my pillow evidently. So I woke up, couldn't breathe, and couldn't move. So I just relaxed for like 20 seconds thinking it would go away and it wouldn't ******* go away. So I started panicking and desperately trying to move and could feel a vague sense in my muscles but nothing was happening and it probably took a full minute before I was able to roll myself enough to breathe.

That ****** fear.
#238 - kidwreckless (04/17/2014) [-]
My sleep paralysis story
>Be me
>15 yrs old
>My room is upstairs
>Sleeping on my left side facing door
>Think I'm awake
>Realize I can't move
>wtf.jpeg
>Still facing door, eyes wide open
>start hearing whispering
> ************
>all of a suddenly whispering stops
>out of nowhere, hear someone sprint up the stairs with the loudest footsteps ive ever heard
>see a black figure sprint into my room
>it reaches my doorway
>wake up sweaty as ****

To this day, I haven't had a scarier experience in my life
User avatar #236 - srskate (04/17/2014) [-]
Apparently I've known true fear. Thats right, suck it parents with HIV waiting to see if their newborn child has the disease!
#221 - givememoarpony (04/17/2014) [-]
i don't have any related experience to share.
#34 - infraredanus (04/16/2014) [-]
I slip in and out of sleep paralysis and lucid dreams a lot... Someone must really hate me, because one minute I'm flying through the air while ******* the hottest chick in my school, the next, I'm fully conscious with very very terrifyingly impaired breathing... I always think I'm about to suffocate. Never any creepy things happening. Just the feeling of not being able to move or breath.
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User avatar #44 to #34 - faggotishshit (04/16/2014) [-]
I hate that so much, waking up in the middle of the night feeling like someone hit your lungs like a freaking punching bag... but, I guess that's one way of waking up.


I got woken up by being punched in the ribs, hard, once. My "friend" did that. He ended up getting a broken nose. Yeah, that's right, I grabbed him by the head and hit him in the wall. I am cool like that.
#22 - John Cena (04/16/2014) [-]
www.thesleepparalysisproject.org/

Freaky **** man. I've had it for several years and this video still creeps me out.
User avatar #178 to #22 - hazop (04/17/2014) [-]
okay someone tell me whats going on when i click this link, like is it a video or something?
yeah im a ******* pussy to find out on my own
User avatar #229 to #178 - hazop (04/17/2014) [-]
watched it, noped the **** out when shes in the bed like "are you awake?"
#35 to #22 - infraredanus (04/16/2014) [-]
Watch till about three people said "Woman next to me" and the "she looked dead" and the nope train arrived. Now I'm sipping a nice glass of Nope on my way to Nopeville.
#87 to #22 - Vooduty (04/17/2014) [-]
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User avatar #19 - drzix (04/16/2014) [-]
There was a point where i'd have this every night. You kinda half get used to it when it happens that often. Go to sleep, wake up 10 minutes later unable to move. It was usually only auditory hallucinations (Because the way i sleep, if i were to open my eyes all i can see is my desk) thank god, but hearing a someone screaming and crying in an empty house in unnerving nonetheless
#309 - EdwardNigma (04/17/2014) [-]
Handy hints from a guy who gets sleep paralysis often.   
One: Close your eyes, keep them shut. I don't care how curious you are as to what your mind will conjure up in the dark, keep your 			*******		 eyes shut or you won't sleep for a god damn week.   
Two: Struggle to move, try and force yourself to move, think about moving and realise it's not real to try and force yourself properly awake.   
Three: Calm the 			****		 down, it's not real and will go away.   
Four: Lay on your side, if you lay on your back, it makes sleep paralysis more likely. This is particularly helpful if you've already gotten it. God damn I miss sleeping on my back though.   
Five: Don't think about it when going to sleep, if your mind drifts to it, send it right the 			****		 away.   
Six: I'm serious 			******		, keep your eyes shut.   
   
Thats all I got.
Handy hints from a guy who gets sleep paralysis often.
One: Close your eyes, keep them shut. I don't care how curious you are as to what your mind will conjure up in the dark, keep your ******* eyes shut or you won't sleep for a god damn week.
Two: Struggle to move, try and force yourself to move, think about moving and realise it's not real to try and force yourself properly awake.
Three: Calm the **** down, it's not real and will go away.
Four: Lay on your side, if you lay on your back, it makes sleep paralysis more likely. This is particularly helpful if you've already gotten it. God damn I miss sleeping on my back though.
Five: Don't think about it when going to sleep, if your mind drifts to it, send it right the **** away.
Six: I'm serious ****** , keep your eyes shut.

Thats all I got.
User avatar #324 to #309 - vortexrain (04/17/2014) [-]
I've only ever had it happen to me once. When I realized what was going on, I remembered the bad things that people say about sleep paralysis. I managed to snap my head backwards, and broke out of the state. I haven't been able to go into it again. I was trying to lucid dream, obviously, I failed.
#334 to #309 - donalbaine (04/17/2014) [-]
I have absolutely NO DESIRE to ever experience sleep paralysis, but given that you have it at least somewhat often.. Ever think about sleeping with one of those silk sleep masks? If you're unable to move when that spooky 			****		 happens, you won't be able to remove it, and therefor, won't be able to see 			****		. Or is there something about the whole thing that I don't know that would render this ineffective?
I have absolutely NO DESIRE to ever experience sleep paralysis, but given that you have it at least somewhat often.. Ever think about sleeping with one of those silk sleep masks? If you're unable to move when that spooky **** happens, you won't be able to remove it, and therefor, won't be able to see **** . Or is there something about the whole thing that I don't know that would render this ineffective?
User avatar #354 to #334 - EdwardNigma (04/17/2014) [-]
It might come off in my sleep.
Or go down to my neck and I'll end up choking myself to death.
User avatar #190 - TheSkatingBeaner ONLINE (04/17/2014) [-]
you guys...
>be dozing off after a day of non stop tv
>staring at my wall as it gradually changes to a grey sea
>dark figure appears over the "horizon"
>head begins to form and deep yellow eyes with giant pupils
>looks like a mermaid at first
>think this might be pleasant
>wronger than shoving a splintery dildo up my ass
>as it gets closer, demonic details become visible
>sunken cheeks
>razor teeth
>head with patches of hair and dry blood
>try to get away but cant move
>gets closer
>can barely begin to move my finger
>a couple feet away
>free my hand
>the figure instantly shoots toward me with supernatural speed
>inches before my death i throw a punch with the force of satans dick trying to penetrate an angels anus
>hit beam with wall missing every 5 foot gap of drywall
>break three fingers
>my wrist
>lose my backdoor virginity
>( **** myself)
User avatar #220 to #190 - acertainsomeone (04/17/2014) [-]
>99% sure that's ********
>oh what the hell, made me chuckle
>+1 for you
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