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I hope I never have this problem. I'm 15 and my dad just gave me his old iphone. Although I do keep it near my bed I don't think it will be a thing to have a problem about because I noticed I use my phone to go on netflix more than I do to text..Weird but true. I like to watch the Wonder Years at night before I go to bed...Its a calming show.
by Chloe<3 on 2/18/2013 1:04:43 PM
I am keeping my phone away from my bed!
I would be horrified to sleep text someone, especially a guy. Since I know my thoughts and what I sometimes dream about its probably a good idea to not have my phone anywhere around. I do believe this is real and that people do it, thankfully I havent done it yet.
I have had a few guys texting while they claim they were falling asleep, the next day I asked them about what they texted and they acted like they didnt know. I said check your phone.
by fashionqn on 2/18/2013 11:25:13 AM
I've sleep texted before. I woke up with my phone on my pillow. When I unlocked the screen there was a bunch of messages I'd sent that I don't remember sending to one of my guy friends in the middle of the night! Whoops!
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