Email This Post HomeHumorAffordable Snoring Mouthpiece Amy Vansant August 17, 2012 Humor, Visuals, Women's Humor 16 Comments For the last week or so Mike has kicked me out of bed every night for snoring. I have allergies or something. It’s getting a little annoying, so I was thinking about getting one of those custom mouth guards that help. But they can be expensive. Luckily, we went and played skee-ball yesterday and I won enough tickets to trade them in for a more affordable solution. Stopped snoring… but for some reason he STILL kicked me out of bed. There’s just no making that man happy… About Latest Posts Amy VansantAmy Vansant is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author specializing in fun, funny fiction --- even the murder mysteries. Latest posts by Amy Vansant (see all) Earn Gifts by helping me grow, giveaways and book deals - November 28, 2018 Win a Kindle, Poltergeists and Book Deals… - November 21, 2018 Where being hard-headed and cooking doesn’t mix… giveaways and deals - November 15, 2018 16 Responses Jen August 17, 2012 Good solution, although, that mouth guard scares the crap out of me too. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant August 17, 2012 Scariest part is putting it in your mouth after a teen hands it to you in a skee-ball place on the boardwalk… 0 likes Reply Abby August 17, 2012 Just be glad he didn’t put a pillow over your face (especially a down pillow.) 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant August 17, 2012 That is a very good point. There was a weapon right there in the bed. Full of stakes… 0 likes Reply will August 17, 2012 hilarious!!! 0 likes Reply Kristen August 17, 2012 Awesome! Now – in case a snorer is reluctant to give this a try – how the heck would I….er….would someone slip that into a snorer’s mouth while they are sleeping? 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant August 18, 2012 That might be tough… 0 likes Reply Raymond August 17, 2012 I think I’d invest in ear plugs for hubby if I were you. 🙂 0 likes Reply Christian at Point Counter-Point Point Point August 18, 2012 It’s funny how skee-ball can solve so many of life’s problems. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant August 18, 2012 Card games, Rock Paper Scissors — really, I don’t know why people argue at all with all those tools available. 0 likes Reply kgwaite August 18, 2012 Ha! My husband has apnea. We have major snoring issues here. This may be better than his mask? Sleeping with Darth Vader, a piece that prompted some laughter and a lecture or two: http://writinginthemarginsburstingattheseams.blogspot.com/2011/07/sleeping-with-darth-vader.html 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant August 18, 2012 Nice – read your blog and you have a really beautiful writing style. I am a little afraid Mike’s next step will be to strap me into a snoring machine of some sort. By the way – I NEVER had a dentist tell me I grind my teeth, and then all of a sudden our dentist told me AND Mike that. I think they all went to conference and collectively decided the next BIG THING would be to tell everyone they need a $600 mouth guard for grinding. Sneaky bastards. 0 likes Reply Stacey August 20, 2012 You didn’t even get an A for effort? 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant August 21, 2012 No, I think I got an “You’re an idiot.” 0 likes Reply Aries August 21, 2012 My hubby used to snore too but since he took those colestrol pills, it kinda reduce. But when he sleeps on his side, not a sound from him. Maybe you should trying sleeping on your side too. Happy blogging to youit has been quite a while since I last visit 0 likes Reply Katherine Dilworth March 8, 2017 Nice article!!! This information found really very helpful. it seems product will work more effectively. I like the way of sharing your knowledge about the snoring mouth piece. It was very fascinating. Thank you for sharing.. 0 likes Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Add me to Amy Vansant's Humor Newsletter!