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    Does the full moon disturb your sleep?

    The puppy was restless last night and therefor I was too. Tomorrow may be worse.
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    Nope
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    Very few things disturb my sleep--I'm lucky that way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    Very few things disturb my sleep--I'm lucky that way...
    Me too, living in a house with double glazing and 18inch thick stone walls helps

    But once I’m out I’m out til morning.
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    It doesn't have to be channelled through a pet to affect me.
    A conversation between my driving instructor and myself a few years ago:

    Me: *stares bluntly through the windscreen, slow reactions, etc*
    DI: What's up with you?
    Me: Didn't sleep well, full moon.
    DI: Why would the full moon disturb your sleep?
    Me: I'm a werewolf.
    DI: Oh my god. *shuts up and stares through the windscreen for a while, too, to process what she's just heard*
    I don't have pet peeves, I have major psychotic f***ing hatreds. GC

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    The full moon ?...... Disturb my sleep ?... No chance; that's my wife's job.
    Some people have opinions - The rest of us have taste.

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    I need very thick curtains But then, I also need earplugs. I think too much when I sleep and I need sensory deprivation.
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Positive proof of a man on the moon wot I took last night

    https://postimg.cc/YvTr7V0p

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    I don't think so....but I sleep so poorly, I'm not sure I could even tell.
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    Last night wasn't as bad so maybe it was just the dog having a bad night. Puppies, you just shouldn't put them in your bed.
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