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    I sleep in the yearner position. I know, I checked last night.

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    Commonly: Freefall
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    Usually starfish, sometimes soldier. Never any of the rest.

    I also manage to sleep seated and then it's face upwards aswell.

    I seem to do plenty of my thinking facing slightly upwards too. (Not quite like Shirley the Medium from Courage the Cowardly Dog as she calls the spirits from the afterlife - http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs37/f/20...utralSaint.jpg, but I guess it gives an idea of what it sort of looks like.)

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    None of those are me. Usually I'm like a cross between fetus and freefalling - on my stomach, one leg up fetus-style, the other straight, but usually with one arm under the pillow or under my head. Sometimes more like fetus or freefalling. Sometimes more yearner but on my stomach.

    However, the descriptions conflict and the freefalling one is particularly inaccurate (besides both being terribly general a la Forer effect).

    Fetus position - A whopping 41% of participants sleep in this curled-up manner. Women are twice as likely to rest like this and it is listed as the most common position. These sleepers are said to have a tough exterior but are still sensitive and may appear to be shy but warm up quickly.

    * Freefall position - Those people who lie on their bellies with arms under or wrapped around a pillow with head turned to the side, make up 7% of the population studied. Freefallers are brash, outgoing, and are very uncomfortable with criticism.
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    It looks like the animation they use every time someone falls over in family guy.
    So it means I´m falling over in Family Guy! Oh no! Well, fortunately I´m not in Family Guy that often.
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    Freefall

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    I almost always fall asleep in the fetal position, but the other ones I like and can sleep for a bit with are Freefall and Half-Starfish (lol... only one arm up, not both).
    +Soldier position!!

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    woooow i thought i was rather uncommon in sleeping freefall! i occasionally wake up in a different position, but this accounts for most of my sleeping. almost need to roll on to my stomach to fall asleep, unless i'm exhausted or completely shattered drunk.

    doesn't seem to match my personality, though. and the one starfish i know is a major jerk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by demimondaine View Post
    woooow i thought i was rather uncommon in sleeping freefall! i occasionally wake up in a different position, but this accounts for most of my sleeping. almost need to roll on to my stomach to fall asleep, unless i'm exhausted or completely shattered drunk.

    doesn't seem to match my personality, though. and the one starfish i know is a major jerk.
    I need to roll on my stomach usually to fall asleep too, unless I'm totally exhausted. However, I usually want to transition to the yearner position at some point in the night, and generally that's how I wake up. I like hugging a person, stuffed animal, pillow or a wadded up blanket when I'm sleeping.

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    I start off in yearner, except flat on my stomach. Then I wake up in starfish.
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