This has been bugging me all day, and the girlfriend didn't know much about it..
If you had a hole in your eyelid, would you ever be able to get to sleep?
Wow, interesting question. Really got me thinking.
Anyways, wouldn't bother Mat that's all I can tell you.
I've tried sleeping with my eyes open in the dark..
I don't think it's the darkness that matters, it's more the fact that your eyelids have to be closed.
I'm pretty sure the bigger issue would be the fact that they have to be moist (hence blinking), so you'd have to be able to blink automatically in your sleep. So you're either born with it, or it's Maybelline.
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We're all adressing the wrong issue here. Firstly, I want to know how you get a hole in your eyelid.
Yeah, I dare say the more pressing question would not be "how am I going to sleep", but "why did I wake up with a hole in my eyelid".
I reckon the easiest way would be to use that electric drill that was in the D+T department which was purely there so you could drill through metal rulers.
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Yeah some people have a medical condition that allows REM with eyelids open apparently.
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