Thursday, December 02, 2004

The Sound And The Fury

This is why I am up at 3am. Somehow, he never saves the best ones for when I'm trying to record proof of the sound. But I have been known to kick him in my fury.

Most of the time I am left staring off into space like a madwoman with wide, dry, bloodshot eyes, hoping against futile hope that cessation of all sound will not mean the death by asphyxiation of my dearest love.

3 comments:

se7en said...

LMAO, that sounded like the Penguin from Batman sleeping off a big fish dinner.

Zelda said...

I swear they are much worse than that. These were somewhat evenly patterned. Mostly they're a series of randoms snorts and clicks and snuffles - enough to drive you insane.

COMMENT THIS said...

On : 12/2/2004 7:53:05 AM angi (www) said:


Oh you are so diabolical! I love it. Sorry about the lack of sleep, but I am sitting here in awe of your mind. (b)audio blogger(/b) for blackmailing purposes...oh the wheels are turning in my head so fast...

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On : 12/2/2004 8:12:28 AM Zelda (www) said:


I swear they are much worse than that. These were somewhat evenly patterned. Mostly they're a series of randoms snorts and clicks and snuffles - enough to drive stark, raving mad.

Glad to be of service. I'd been planning on recording Jethro for some time, and finally figured out a way to do it. The only problem is that I can't blackmail him because there is no way to save the recording. You can only post.

Believe it or not, he doesn't know about it yet.

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On : 12/2/2004 8:17:34 AM Kat (www) said:


Pfffffffffhahahahaha! Ay poor dear. Have you tried those breathing strips? They're funny looking but are supposed to work wonders. There is nothing worse in the world than being tired and unable to sleep.



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On : 12/2/2004 8:37:17 AM Zelda (www) said:


Yeah, tell me about it. I used to feel sorry for him, but now....

I haven't tried the breathing strips yet, but I will. I heard they didn't do much.

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On : 12/2/2004 8:40:26 AM Rahul (www) said:


I use the breathe right stips on a regular basis and if placed correctly on the nose they help tremendously to stop snoring. The problem is that it's hard getting other people to use them.

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On : 12/2/2004 8:43:25 AM Zelda (www) said:


Rahul - Thanks for visiting! I'll buy them, and I'll put them on him when he's asleep. He will never know.

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On : 12/2/2004 11:20:48 AM tinyhands (www) said:


I tried 'em...was told they didn't work. Tried various sprays & rinses too. Nope.

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On : 12/2/2004 12:34:30 PM Zelda (www) said:


Turf said: common... thats not so bad... i snore worse than that!


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On : 12/2/2004 12:35:02 PM Zelda (www) said:


JP said: Duuuuuuuuude.....how do you sleep?

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On : 12/2/2004 12:35:38 PM Zelda (www) said:


Johnnie Walker said: Is that Jethro???


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On : 12/2/2004 12:36:50 PM Zelda (www) said:


Inanna said: OH. MY. GAWD. I would KILL him!!! But other than that I laughed my ass off. I've been known to hide in the bathtub when my grandparents started snoring and I could hear my parents through the floor of my room because my bedroom was over theirs. I feel for ya honey... has he been checked for sleep apnea???

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On : 12/2/2004 12:37:32 PM Zelda (www) said:


Trashman said: That was cruel and mean and one of the funniest things I ever heard. However when I snore I actually rattle the windows. He needs to work on the loudness a little.


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On : 12/2/2004 12:38:27 PM Zelda (www) said:


Zelda said: I think I'm in a little bit of trouble. Jethro has just heard it and has threatened to post a picture of my thighs.

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On : 12/2/2004 1:17:43 PM angi (www) said:


Oh Noooooo, not the thighs......

Come one Z, they can't be that bad.

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On : 12/2/2004 1:32:23 PM Zelda (www) said:


They truly are. They are pasty, gleaming white, and disproportionally large. I may let Jethro post that picture just so people will know I'm not some vain crazy girl.

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On : 12/2/2004 2:56:29 PM Jeanette (www) said:


I knew someone once who snored so bad I slept in the guest room.

And I could STILL hear him through the walls.



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On : 12/2/2004 5:31:54 PM Zelda (www) said:


That's Jeth most nights. I'll be out in the living room trying to quietly watch tv, and he will snore so bad from the bedroom, I have to turn it up.