Talking in your sleep can either get you in trouble, or make internet famous.

Aidan wakes up his insomniac wife with his night-time rambling.

She transcribes the sleepy rants into messages she sends him. They both get a laugh in the morning.

“He wakes me up so easily – I’m such a light sleeper. Plus it’s so much fun to bring it up the next day over breakfast!” she wrote on imgur. “I do my best to transcribe it exactly as he says it right away because I forget by morning.”

Check out the texts below…

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