13 People Decide What They Would Least Like Whispered In Their Ear At Bedtime

I don’t know about you, but if I were lying in bed on the edge of sleep pretty much anything someone whispered in my ear would totally freak me out. I have watched way too many true crime shows for that nonsense!

If you can get past the initial creep factor, though, there are some things that would make your heart race more than others – and these 13 people have some pretty wild ideas.

13. Better grab a flashlight.

You may not rest now, there are monsters nearby.

12. You get used to it.

Oh God, my boyfriend used to talk in his sleep but he would speak gibberish. Like it sounded like English but the words didn’t make any sense it was so weird. And he’d just start speaking full volume. Sounded like he was possessed

Used to scare the crap out of me but after a bit I got used to it. I once told him “babe you’re not making any sense” and he just smacked his lips and went “YOU’RE not making any sense!” Rolled over and went back to sleep 😂

11. Where did they go?

Nothing is in your closet.

That’s disappointing, is where my bones are stored. I’m gonna be mad if they’re all gone.

10. Michael knows what he did.

I got out of the basement Michael.

9. Sounds like a beat.

Let the bodies hit the floor

Let the bodies hit the floor

Let the bodies hit the floor


8. You probably already heard.

The cat just threw up somewhere on the bed.

The sound nightmares are made of.

7. Extremely specific.

“Yo, wake up you got fire guard”

I always hated fire guard

I’ll do you one better though. DS comes in to drop off a trainee from the TMC (I was getting dropped off) to the barracks, he catches a shitbag wearing the uniform wrong and flies off the handle, threatens to smoke the platoon at 0200.

Fast forward to 2230, fire alarm goes off because a trainee did something stupid (my company was a circus), another trainee in a different platoon wore the uniform wrong, same DS that ripped one of ours a new one doesn’t even bother since it wouldn’t have been fair to single one platoon out.

We did a head count, the DS returns to staff duty, we return to bed.

6. Excuse me.

“There’s someone in the living room.”

My husband did this, woke me up at 3 in the morning when he got home from a gig. Scared the s*%t out of me.

Turns out he picked up someone on the side of the highway in a snowstorm. But he looked hungry, and the bus wasn’t due for three hours, so he brought him home to get warm.

5. Straight panic.

Your search history… it’s been leaked.

Your ISP has access to any site youve visited regardless of incognito mode. Unless you have a VPN then the VPN company has access to the sites you’ve visited.

4. Cue anxiety.

“Where’s your birth certificate?”

3. You’ll never get it out of your head.

“I’m moving to the country, gonna eat me a lot of peaches.”

Millions of peaches

Peaches for me.

2. That could be a relief, honestly.

“Oh, sorry, wrong house”.

1. You have to get up and check.

“You left the door unlocked”

“Maybe you left the stove on, or bumped the knob, because you don’t cook. You should cook more often, but I digress.

Maybe the stove is on. You better check just in case.

I stand by my original statement, and if anyone tries to whisper anything in my ear at bedtime they’d better be prepared to be maced.

What would your answer be to this question? I’d love to hear it down in the comments!