Do you sleep with your iPod?


jsw

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I use mine in bed, but I never actually sleep with them. I don't even cuddle with them. I get what I'm after, then put them away. I have two of them, and they often spend time together but don't seem to be bothered by the arrangement.
 

iGary

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Blue Velvet said:
Maybe you should get out a little more... meet some people.

:D
LOL, my partner is a loud snorer, right off the bat when they fall sleep, so 45-minutes of music to get me to sleep is what I need it for.


No love factor. :p
 

Mitthrawnuruodo

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But I think there is no problem with taking your iPod to bed. Just keep your hands above the bedspread... :D

This forum is getting more and more perverted... :p
 

homerjward

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FistfulofAngst said:
I guess that's fine...as long as you don't try to have sex with it! :eek:
lol everytime we have a thread full of "inuendo" type stuff, someone always has to say it all obvious...
 

fistful

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homerjward said:
lol everytime we have a thread full of "inuendo" type stuff, someone always has to say it all obvious...
being subtle is boring, no beating around the bush here. I'm all for being blunt. :D
 

Brize

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Macaddicttt said:
My iPod likes to take things slowly. I've tried to sleep with my iPod a number of times, but she just says no... :p
You're obviously not pressing the right buttons. :D
 

Ugg

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Ummmm, that sleek, shiny back with my name tattooed on it, that graceful, curving belly and clear blue eyes....

I fall to sleep with it most nights. When I was a kid, I always took my little ole transistor radio to bed with one of those funky earplugs. Its range was amazing and I got stations from all over the country. So, it brings back a lot of memories and is very soothing, my sleep seems to be better too.
 

dotdotdot

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Applespider said:
Only when I'm sharing a room with a snorer - at which point my 'Sleeping' playlist of chilled out music and the in-ear headphones come in very, very handy...

I'm sure more cellphones get taken to bed - they have those useful silent features after all :rolleyes:
Was this the first non-peverted comment here??

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My iPod doesn't want to sleep with me. I ask and ask but it says no. I think its because its "that" time of the month for my iPod. :p