While only 5 percent of adults reportedly suffer from full-bown somniloquy, or sleep talking, it seems many of us have muttered something into our pillows at one point or another. In a recent Reddit thread, for instance, contributors responded with some of the funny things they've apparently said while asleep, or heard from sleeping partners.

For the most part, sleep talkers often utter a jumble of words -- some that make more sense than others -- or subconscious thoughts. Though not all sleep mutterings are fit for print, sometimes the mishmash of words makes for some hilarious commentary.

So we scoured the web to put together this gallery of some of the funniest things people have said in their sleep -- take a look, and then add your own, either in the comments or by tweeting @HealthyLiving.

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  • Scooby Doo

    "My 2-year-old son has on more than one occasion said 'I know your secrets...' Fortunately my husband recognized it as a line from a Scooby Doo episode he'd watched earlier." - <a href="http://www.reddit.com/user/nevershagagreek" target="_hplink">Nevershagagreek</a> (Image via Getty)

  • Squirrelantula

    "Quick! Everybody lock your doors! Squirrelantula is on the loose again! And this time he means business. GET THE GIANT BROOM!" - <a href="http://sleeptalkinman.blogspot.com/2011/12/dec-5-2011.html" target="_hplink">Sleep Talkin' Man</a> (Image via AP)

  • "Song Of My People"

    "My girlfriend woke me up because of my snoring and said as much. My response: 'No need to thank me.' And as I went back to sleep, 'Let me play you the song of my people.'" - <a href="http://www.reddit.com/user/spitfish" target="_hplink">Spitfish</a> (Image via Shutterstock)

  • Inflatable Toads

    "My dad was asking me through the door this morning if I wanted to go to the city with him. I've been told the conversation went something like this: Dad: I'm leaving now if you want to come along or need anything Me: Get me inflatable toads Dad: What? Me: Inflatable toads. You just step on them and they blow up. It's easy. Dad: ????" - <a href="http://www.reddit.com/user/peskygods" target="_hplink">Peskygods</a> (<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/erikwdavis/2235222021/" target="_hplink">Image via Flickr</a>, Erik Davis)

  • "I Need To Press The Button!"

    "I woke up in the middle of the night to my wife struggling to get out of bed. I asked her what was going on and she replied with 'I need to press the button!' I could tell she was still half asleep so I said, 'Come back to bed, I already pressed the button for you.' She then, in a very condescending tone, said 'You don't even know how!'" - <a href="http://www.reddit.com/user/techlife" target="_hplink">Techlife</a> (<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/chaps/110845914/" target="_hplink">Image via Flickr</a>, Christopher Chappelear)

  • Sasquatch

    "Listen up, people. Sasquatch has been in my sock drawer again, and now he's somewhere loose in the bathroom. So I'm setting up a six-foot perimeter fence, and someone bring me my clippers. He's mine this time." - <a href="http://sleeptalkinman.blogspot.com/2012/07/jul-11-2012.html" target="_hplink">Sleep Talkin' Man</a> (Image via Getty)

  • "I'm A Big Scary Dinosaur!"

    "I once woke up to my then-girlfriend laughing hysterically ... apparently I was dead asleep on my back ... elbows pressed against my sides and flailing my hands and forearms saying 'I'M A BIG SCARY DINOSAUR!' over and over until, of course, her fits of uncontrollable laughter woke me from what I can only assume was the best dream I'd ever had. (Unfortunately I rarely remember my dreams)." - <a href="http://www.reddit.com/user/SpruceWayne" target="_hplink">SpruceWayne</a> (Image via Getty)

  • Mediterranean Man

    "I am Mediterranean Man! Hear my cry: TZATZIKIIIIIIiiiiiii and tremble with fear. I will cut you with my throwing pita. But not at three o'clock, 'cause it's siesta time. TZATZIKIIIIIIiiiiiii and away!" - <a href="http://sleeptalkinman.blogspot.com/2012/07/jul-18-2012.html" target="_hplink">Sleep Talkin' Man</a> (Image via Getty)

  • Sleep Barking

    "Freshman year of college I started barking in my sleep. My roommate woke up and started yelling for me to wake up because he thought there was a dog in the room. We were both REALLY confused for about a minute." - <a href="http://www.reddit.com/user/boogityboo" target="_hplink">Boogityboo</a> (Image via Getty)

  • Chinese Food

    "If the Canadians hadn't migrated to America, we wouldn't have Chinese food. To thank them you need to dump honey mustard on them. It's the customary greeting. They make a mean Choi Kwang Do." - <a href="http://www.forumopolis.com/showthread.php?t=104742" target="_hplink">Andrea Davion</a> (Image via AP)

  • Blueberry Convention

    "Over at the blueberry convention, the red currants are acting so prissy. So very un-berry-like." - <a href="http://sleeptalkinman.blogspot.com/2012/04/apr-30-2012.html" target="_hplink">Sleep Talkin' Man</a> (Image via AP)

  • Dirty Socks

    "No ... please no ... not dirty socks!" - <a href="http://www.rpgmakervxace.net/topic/1652-what-do-you-hear-people-say-in-their-sleep/" target="_hplink">Niko Jose DelValle's mother</a> (Image via AP)

  • Sleep Meowing

    "I've had multiple people tell me that I meow in my sleep." - <a href="http://www.reddit.com/user/Someone_Hold_Me" target="_hplink">Someone_Hold_Me</a> (Image via AP)

  • Dr. Phil's Voice

    "I am so sick of hearing Dr. Phil's voice everytime I come home from work, I cant take it anymore." - <a href="http://community.tasteofhome.com/community_forums/f/29/t/38071.aspx" target="_hplink">Leesa287</a> (Image via Getty)

  • The Beatles

    "My mother used to sing Beatles classics in her sleep. It was hilarious, the funny observation was that she was remarkedly more on key in her sleep than she has ever been while awake." - <a href="http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?s=1fd7ae74cb689531d1d1642b3aeca967&t=403338&page=2" target="_hplink">Gnomeuser</a> (Image via AP)

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