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    • Since nobody will see this i secretly like to imagine myself living as a jew during the holocaust
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    • Anyone else just always have boring, uneventful sleep? Like no dreams ever, nothing ever happens, you fall asleep and it feels like you wake up a minute later and sometimes feels like you got none at all
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    • During sleep paralysis trump was on the other side of my room walking Like a crab throwing watermelons at Obama
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    • Since when did people experience sleep paralysis. I’ve never been through it before.
      ckg66 6 mar
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    • Never had sleep paralysis, you’re all just defective
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    • You cant rest with enemies near by
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    • Best way to get out of sleep paralysis is by wiggling your fingers and toes until it forces you to slowly get your movement back.
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    • I'm convinced sleep paralysis isn't a real thing just a lot of people are in on it
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    • I suffer from sleep paralysis quite often since it runs in my family, what works for me at least is to wiggle your finger tips(you do have some control) then think to yourself that you are awake while moving your fingers, it’s woken my brain up 10/10 times
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    • So weirdly enough, I get sleep paralysis decently often, and while that description is spot on as far as how terrifying it is, I strangely have never gotten the demon hallucination
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    • I know someone who got sleep paralysis and she said it felt like a massage slowly going up her body and felt really good and it got to her thighs then she was like “I should probably stop this?” And she woke up and her legs were up in the air stick straight.
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    • I have had sleep paralysis multiple times before every time I can remember going to sleep on my back and now I’m terrified to sleep in that position because of sleep paralysis
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    • Am I the only one who has never had this happen to them?
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    • The worst case of sleep paralysis i had was when a small baby just crawled super fast from the door to under my bed, and i saw that shit. Nearly died lmao
      The_B8er 6 mar
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    • I never had sleep paralysis but I have been self aware in my dreams and staring back at my body
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    • I used to suffer from sleep paralysis. 6-8 times a month. And I didn't know what it was and so I never told anyone. I thought I was being attacked by demons.
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    • The sleep paralysis monster except its just gordon ramsey yelling about the lamb sauce as he inches closer and when he gets right up in your face all he wispers is "wake up, you donut"
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    • I get sleep paralysis sometimes I just kinda sit there kinda a bit annoyed like here goes 20 min of my life I'm not getting back as the demon king oognesh the destryoer of worlds materializes from the shadows and puts a kettle on for some tea and then we have a bit of a chat
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    • I had a sleep paralysis experience but mine was my daughter crying in my bed and I couldn’t move to get her. She was crying so hard she was turning blue. She was dying right in front of my eyes. It was awful. I slept on the floor in my daughters room for a few nights after because I was still Scared
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    • Imagine waking up getting ready, noticing something is wrong, and waking up again. Repeating the process you keep waking up, eventually to the point that you are constantly waking up. It hurts
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    • One of the only times I've had sleep paralysis the demon in the corner of my room wasn't clearly visible and my brain decided it was gonna day something, but it just screamed "ahoy spongebob!" like Mr Krabs
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    • I’ve had it once when I fell asleep after a test and I didn’t see demons just words like “dead” and just weird words floating around my desk. Apparently the person to my side noticed and they grabbed my shoulder and was like “yo dude you good?” So yea thanks to that guy
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    • One time I had this intensely wired dream about this dragon taking over the world, and the McDonald’s mascot told a lot of children to follow him into the sewers for refuge. Then he separated us, and because we didn’t know the way out, he picked us off one by one. It seemed to last hours, this dream
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    • In my experience of sleep paralysis every shadow was alive, moving, and all whispering in some eldritch combination of voices; I thought I was gonna freaking die
      NohVoha 6 mar
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    • Bro sleep paralysis is no fucking joke. It only happened to me once and I’m still praying it never happens again.
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    • I’ve never experienced sleep paralysis and I’m thankful bc some of the stuff y’all are describing is horrifying
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    • Not getting sleep paralysis gang
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    • I’m a sleep talker and one time in my sleep, i conveniently said something that sounded like hey Siri just as I went into sleep paralysis, so on top of the confusing feeling of dread and terror, there was a robotic voice speaking and my brain made up a fucking tall ass Android in the corner
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    • I once was having trouble falling also, cuz every time I closed my eyes, I kept seeing the face of this creepy ghost girl so I went to talk to my mother to get it off my mind. I turned back to the door to my bedroom, and saw the exact same girl. I panicked, when woke up...I had a dream in a dream
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    • This has happened to me some dirty clothes on the floor appeared to look like a small dragon.
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    • Prolly the thing closest to sleep paralysis from what I remember is seeing my uncle stand over my bed and I couldn’t move. Wait..
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    • *One by Metalica plays*
      Inkzooka 6 mar
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    • What even is sleep paralysis? I don’t recall ever experiencing it myself
      Sambro_X 6 mar
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    • once i hallucinated that i had goldfish ritzs on my bed but i couldnt move to eat them. sad night
      tute 6 mar
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    • The reality is.. you are visited by a demon, and your body is asleep but your soul wakes up and tries to rebuke the demon and u get stuck!!!
      pancoast 6 mar
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    • Last time I had sleep paralysis I heard something breath in my ear and them scream
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    • A couple days after seeing the new It movie I woke up and couldn’t move and my room has no windows and is pitch black with the lights off and the door was semi open and a light from the hallway snuck into my room and Pennywise was standing over me as I slept and I couldn’t move and shat my britches
      2Tall 6 mar
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    • Am I the only person this hasn't happened to?
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    • I had sleep paralysis once when I was a child. My parents never believed me and it was actually very traumatic. I remember waking up on the top bunk of my bed. I was facing the door across the room, and the light under the door lit up and the door opened and two alien shaped shadow figures walked in
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    • Never had sleep paralysis but I’ve tripped in my dreams multiple times and for some reason hit the ground so fucking hard it made me jolt awake
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    • I have never experienced sleep paralysis. I have, however, had a dream within a dream within a dream. Not fun
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    • Run the tip of your tongue across the top of your mouth from back to front and that will end the sleep paralysis.
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    • I've woken up on a cart with some northern European dudes and it was really cold
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    • I’ve never experienced anything even close to what these people are describing
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    • I think it’s because you’re half asleep your brain is still kinda in sleep mode so dreams can kinda happen, and since your paralyzed the rational part of your brain is like “oh we can’t move? This is scary” and their dream half hears and is all “oh, so we’re thinking scary?” And makes nightmares.
      Crow27 6 mar
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    • Fun Fact: I've never experienced slsep paralisis... and I am glad.
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    • Sleep paralysis is easiest explained by: imagine waking up in your room, with eerie music in the background and the inability to close your eyes while a demon from hell gets closer and closer to you and you can’t move your body
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    • I’ve never had sleep paralysis but I’ve always wondered what it’d b like. But I’ve also heard it’s scary sometimes so I don’t know if I actually want to experience it
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    • I only had sleep paralysis once. Imagined there were spiders all around me. Limbs felt cold. What I did is I focused on trying to move the farthest part of my body. I started with a finger, and then gradually made the paralysis disappear. That’s the trick. Like to save someone you know.
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    • I kind of found a way out of my sleep paralysis. I woke up early one morning facing my wall. I couldn't move, and it looked like this face was trying to come out of the wall. I move smaller parts of my body like my toes or fingers first, and I get out pretty quickly.
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    • Ive had sleep paralysis but never hallucinations probably because my eyes were stuck close almost all of the times
      king_cl 6 mar
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    • Sleep paralysis is the gateway to lucid dreaming
      Guardz 6 mar
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    • Why does it seem like everyone’s experienced sleep paralysis but me? Isn’t it a condition?
      icefrout 6 mar
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    • I’ve never had sleep paralysis
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    • Am I the only person that's never had a moment of sleep paralysis?
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    • Am I the only one that’s never experienced sleep paralysis?
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    • My one and only experience with sleep paralysis was only audible, but it still shook me.
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    • I had a Windigo in my room. It crept all up my bed and shit
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    • Never the type to be afraid of much but had sleep paralysis one night where I couldn’t move and was sweating and heard my window hats right next to my head opening up. I didn’t know what sleep paralysis was back then so I thought it was really someone or something tryin to get into my room
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    • Am I the only one that’s never had this happen..?
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    • Speak for yourselves. I actually like getting sleep paralysis.
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    • I think the worst part is just know that regardless of how hard you try, you can’t move or say anything
      Maenzee 6 mar
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    • I think there was one time I had sleep paralysis. I woke up, felt like a hand went through my heart, but my body couldn’t move. I looked up and saw a ghost boy floating above me. I somehow was able to yell “HE’S HERE!” The ghost looked surprised and sad and quickly disappeared into the ceiling.
      Xatike 6 mar
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    • Is sleep paralysis that common? I have anxiety problems but never experienced sleep paralysis. I didn't think it was that common.
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    • Worst part is trying to scream but can’t
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    • never had sleep paralysis 🤷🏽‍♂️
      Davvv 6 mar
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    • I woke up to a green midget demon chewing on my toes and I screamed until my parents ran into my room, it disappeared, and it wasn’t sleep paralysis
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    • The next time you have sleep paralysis, act as if you don’t have it and try to get up. You’ll be shocked at what happens :)
      everg 6 mar
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    • Weird??? Don’t you mean absolutely terrifying. I have had it more that 5 times
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    • I had sleep paralysis once and the exorcist popped up and was floating just above me looking directly in my eyes, then my bed started pulling me in and I woke up in a puddle of sweat, it was fucking awesome and I can’t wait for something like that to happen again cause the adrenaline was amazing
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    • I had a sleep demon that was a teddy bear with a kitchen knife. It wasn't even that spooky and I'm not afraid of teddy bears, but in the moment I was fucking terrified. When I managed to break free, I sat in shame at the fact I was threatened by a stuffed animal.
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    • "You cant rest, there are enemies nearby."
      iBiggs 6 mar
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    • I have issues with this and I have to take sleeping pills or I legit won't sleep that night and let me tell you it is as scary as it sounds
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    • Am i the only person who’s never had that happen or something
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    • When I get it I just try to move one thing at a time so I’ll start with a finger and then once I can move that one finger I just keep moving fingers until I can move my hand and then just work up my arm and the rest of my body ... hope this helps someone
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    • Is sleep paralysis a normal thing for most people or is it an extremely common condition? I’ve never experienced it and I’ve only known one kid who ever experienced it (but his wasn’t a terrifying demon like yall)
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    • I've never had sleep paralysis, and from these people's descriptions I really hope it stays that way.
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    • I’ve never experienced this in my life
      Xero64 6 mar
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    • I bet 90% of the people claiming they have sleep paralysis on this app are lying
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    • I had sleep paralysis after dying in a dream. Woke up paralyzed in a cold sweater unable to move out of fear
      DeTruWae 6 mar
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    • Never had sleep paralysis and hope I never do. And I haven’t had a nightmare since 2012 maybe earlier. I love my brain. (Knock on wood)
      Troll777 6 mar
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    • Yo this used to happen to me years ago out of nowhere. It was some scary ass shit. Like being paralyzed. And fully conscious but u can’t do anything
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    • I've had both types, one where I just woke up and couldn't move so I was just like "ok, guess I'll just not move", and some where I have a nightmare and right as soon as some shit is about to grab me I wake up and I'm like "ok, guess I'll die"
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    • Holy fuck I didn’t realize so many people had experienced sleep paralysis
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    • Anyone else had the creepy lady sleep paraysis? You wake up and you see a weird looking lady on your chest and you can’t breathe good at all. It’s scary and wild as hell
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    • I’ve had multiple sleep paralysis situations, I’ve learned to control it and calm my self down and fall back asleep, the first time it happened i thought i died bc i didn’t know what was going on
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    • Dreaming is the highlight of my life. It sounds kinda depressing when i hear myself say it but i think my favorite thing to do is sleep and dream, anything can happen ya know
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    • Sleep paralysis is very real, I’ve had it since I was a little girl, I’m now 22. I’ve kindve gotten used to it but it still sucks. I’m not religious, so to me it’s not demons. But I’ve always been afraid of aliens (even though i don’t believe those exist either)...
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    • It happened to me once and I had I mirror on the other side of the room and it just made it 10x more creepy
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    • I can move when it happens to me, but not much. I can rock just a little bit and I try to roll off of my large pillow in the hopes that it’ll wake me up. Sleep paralysis is the reason why I’m an insomniac. I can sleep, but I don’t want to. Sleep paralysis is horrifying.
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    • I experienced sleep paralysis once and I thought I was being today by someone
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    • Skyrim paralysis when?
      Atako 6 mar
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    • it occurs when you wake up while still in the REM stage
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    • Not sure if it was sleep paralysis but a few months back I woke up and couldn't move, my back to the rest of the room and for some reason I felt terrified and couldn't move, it felt like some THING incredibly heavy was keeping me pinned on my side so I couldn't move.
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    • My only experience with sleep paralysis was huh in cant move looked at the time and was like shit I got to go to school and just forced myself out of it
      sam11100 6 mar
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    • Sleep paralysis is your brain saying “yo what if something tried to kill you rn, you wouldn’t even know” “well should I check?” “Nah”
      Nstar 6 mar
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    • The easiest way to get out of the paralyzed state, at least for me, is recognize you’re in the state and no matter what you see or feel or hear focus your thoughts solely on wiggling your toes. This always helps me get out of the paralysis quicker
      mtg_nerd 6 mar
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    • One day I woke up and in my dream someone was robbing us, and I woke up to hearing random noises and I’m like GET UP but no my body was like Nope you’re on your own, I took about 29 minutes to get up to find out that the dog was in the trash😂
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