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    - Darkness or some kind of nightlight?
    Darkness, I find it very difficult to sleep with any kind of light.

    - Noise or complete silence?
    I prefer silence but I can deal with low levels of noise.

    - How much clothing?
    Doesn't matter, I'm comfortable so long as I'm not wearing jeans or a bra.

    - Alone or with someone else?
    Doesn't really matter, but other people don't sleep well when they're sharing with me because I invade their space, steal their blankets, warm my cold feet on them, and use the crook of their arm as a pillow.

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    I can sleep with my shoes and coat on. sometimes i'm too lazy to take them off.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Darkness. I can't sleep well or happily with a nightlight.
    Complete silence. I can sleep with noise - it just takes me so long that I spend more of the night restless than I do asleep.
    T-shirt and underwear bottoms. I don't like wearing too much, but I sleep more easily with something on.
    Alone, preferably.

    I can sleep under any conditions (unless it's too cold/hot), I just don't sleep WELL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    What are your specifics for you to have a good night's sleep?


    Darkness or some kind of nightlight?
    Noise or complete silence?
    How much clothing?
    Alone or with someone else?

    I can sleep pretty much anywhere in many differing conditions if i am tired enough, if i am not...sleep is unlikely. I do not like complete darkness however and i need some kind of blanket to cover my head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    What are your specifics for you to have a good night's sleep?


    Darkness or some kind of nightlight?
    Noise or complete silence?
    How much clothing?
    Alone or with someone else?
    Dark, silent, nothing but briefs. Alone, but I'm not sure that will hold true once I have somebody to share my bed with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    What are your specifics for you to have a good night's sleep?


    Darkness or some kind of nightlight?
    Noise or complete silence?
    How much clothing?
    Alone or with someone else?
    Darkness
    complete silence
    doesn't matter i can sleep naked or i can sleep in a ski suit
    alone

    I feel like I'm just setting myself up for serial killers
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by GemPOPGem View Post
    i need some kind of blanket to cover my head.
    Yeah, me too, people wonder how I breathe but I leave strategic gaps for oxygen, I can't fall asleep unless I cover my head though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    What are your specifics for you to have a good night's sleep?


    Darkness or some kind of nightlight?
    Noise or complete silence?
    How much clothing?
    Alone or with someone else?
    Missed the question part!

    Complete and utter darkness, unless it's outside...then the moon and stars are fine.
    No noise unless it is nature.
    No clothing.
    With a woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza_tema View Post
    Yeah, me too, people wonder how I breathe but I leave strategic gaps for oxygen, I can't fall asleep unless I cover my head though.
    Me too! exactly that, and had same questions...wierd.
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    Sleeping requirements:
    -Nightlight
    -White noise machine
    -Lots of blankets
    -Two pillows
    -PJs
    -Either with a SO or on my own.
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