This is a video created by filmmaker Adam Rosenberg using the audio he recorded of himself sleep-talking over the course of almost a year. Apparently he's really got a lot to say in his sleep.
After being told of my midnight monologues by multiple friends I decided to start recording myself. ...So what does it all mean? Is there significance to the things I say in my sleep or is it just meaningless rambling - the insignificant reflex of an unconscious mind? My guess is the latter.
Me? I rarely talk in my sleep, but I get up at least three times a night to sleep-walk to the kitchen to eat a spoonful of peanut butter and pound some chocolate milk. That's I've got such strong bones. That's also why there's peanut butter between my sheets.
Hit the jump for the video.
Thanks to Carmen, who agrees the worst part of sleeping with a sleep-talker is you never know when they're talking to you or just jibber-jabbering.