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Forum Name: Miscellaneous Nephrology Topics
Question: Sleep Problem.
|Mikey101 - Sun Oct 28, 2007 8:28 pm||
Im sorry if this is not the right place for this. But here is the problem....
A few weeks back, I (guy) was staying over at my cousins (girl) house and we slept on seperate couches. The couches are still close together though. Well I fell asleep and woke up with my hand on her arm. I quickly jerked away, and really nothing about it. Well last week I notice she isnt really talking to me much and I ask whats wrong. I really wish I wouldnt have, because it was quite embarrising. It took me about 2 days to get it out of her, but I finally did. She told me that night I had took her hand and did a lot of embarresing things. Well she is pretty pissed at me know, probably thinks I am some kind of pervert or something. But all I remember is waking up with my hand on her arm. What could this be?
Please anwser as soon as you can. Thanks.
|Mikey101 - Sun Oct 28, 2007 8:33 pm||
Sorry, I was reading back and I thought I might need to add somemore detail.
From what I can remember her telling me I took her hand and stuck it in my mouth....thats really embarresing. Oh and she also said I rubbed her face with my hand or something like that. Like I said before though, we were both sleeping on seperate couches, but the end we were sleeping on made us very close together.
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