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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Mark Forrest, Sep 12, 2018.
I sleep with a burning desire to move this thread.
Under pillow, OK. In hand, not so much. Glad you don't have jock itch.
I think there are support groups for this kind of thing?
but does she have the knife in her hand? this is a sleeping with knife thread....
I thought this was the support group
I'm a real big fan of not stabbing myself in the middle of the night.
I got some in my night stand within arms reach, but in my hand seems like a good way to get injured.
I had a dream once where someone stole my car out of my garage and I lunged through the drivers window and stabbed the driver repeatedly with a spatula until we crashed. I actually woke up with the sweats after that, remembering every little detail. That one'll probably be stuck with me until I'm laid to rest.
Dreams are weird..
Non Gender Specific Outdoor and Nature Enthusiast Group is the prefered term.
ive slept with knives of all sorts for 6 years never once cut myself or the bedding and i keep them shaving sharp
id did cut my bedding sleeping with a tomahawk once but thats not a knife so my 6 year record goes untouched
Wish i could say the same.
Oh so it's called the NGSONEG now b00n? I like Scouts better. BTW when I was a boy I got kicked out of the Boy Scouts for eating a Brownie ........ crickets chirping ......... I'm here all week folks
If I felt the need to sleep with a knife in my hand or a gun under my pillow, something would have gone terribly wrong in my life that needed immediate attention.
Whenever I stay in Chicago for any extended length of time, I get PTSD.
is it possible that we just love knives, personal i like to shower my kukri at least once a week and i don't just mean having it in the room
but i do also involve myself with dangerous people but i don't factor that in to why i sleep with it
Do you mean you shower *with* your kukri, or give your kukri showers like bathing another person? Because frankly either one would be believable for this thread.
I think my over the top knife activity is more my self therapy carried over from childhood
but i'm also guaranteed a good laugh every week from the strange stuff i catch myself doing with my knife