When I told my father that I use nasal strips at night, he was worried that it could lead to more serious drugs. “Dad, nasal strips are not drugs,” I said. “I’m not sure about that, but I do know that using nasal strips aren’t natural, and if God intended us to use them, they’d already be attached to our nose.” I looked at my dad as if he were from another planet. After a while, the nasal strips didn’t stop me from snoring and disturbing my partner at night…
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I tend to side with your father on this one. The best way round the snoring problem is to find a partner who sleeps soundly or who has hearing loss. My wife sleeps soundly and snores, but I’m gradually going deaf so it doesn’t bother me. The other benefit of hearing loss is that I never hear her when she starts hinting about feeling thirsty…
Nasal strips as a gateway drug is a new one on me!
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Always happy to read and share great posts with followers, Mark !
Good for you that you didn’t listen to your father about this “drug”. How peaceful it must be!
Yes, I rarely listened to him about a thing. 🙂
Laugh out loud funny.
Thanks, Ali. 😀