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yes 7 on average for people who sleep with their mouth closed, they just eat more of them... :D

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Open your mouth when you see a fly. In your lifetime you will eat at least 8 flies and spiders in your sleep.


If your mouth is closed no spiders enter your mouth, but if your mouth is open, thousands enter your mouth!


There is a possibility but even if they do they have been doing it to people for years and theres no proven harm. Even though its sound scary its not known that people wake up often with a massive hairy beast in their mouth. Don't worry about and try not to sleep with your mouth open if your so bothered.


As some people sleep with their mouhs open and so the saliva in your mouth starts collecting (as you wont be swallowing them when your mouths are open) starts to pour out of your mouth.


Yes, you do eat spiders in your sleep. Spiders like wet, damp, dry places. When you sleep with your mouth open, they crawl in and wake you up. Your instincs are to swallow once you wake up, so there goes the spider! Whether or not you eat 8, we are not posotive of the exact number. Hope this helps! :)


sleep with your mouth open or drool


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People don't say not to speak with your mouth open, they say not to eat with your mouth open.


Because you sleep with your mouth open and it just makes it's way out.


it means you sleep with your mouth open.


You drool when your mouth is open. The saliva in your mouth comes out through force of gravity. Some people sleep with their mouth open (the droolers) while some people don't (the non-droolers). There is no scientific evidence saying that you need to drool or that you do not need to drool. It just happens.


ys thy can lay them in any open body cavity


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only if you open your mouth and sleep and it depends on were you sleep because you are more likely to get them on a wooden bed but if you sleep on a metal bed you wouldn't get as much as a wooden be because bed bugs like wood because it is nice and cosy


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