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Wyoming Woman Wakes To Find Stranger In Her Bed

There are 42 comments on the Kutv.com story from Jun 12, 2006, titled Wyoming Woman Wakes To Find Stranger In Her Bed. In it, Kutv.com reports that:

SHERIDAN, Wyo. A Wyoming woman tells police she woke up last weekend to find a man she didn't know climbing into her bed.

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Bummer

United States

#1 Jun 12, 2006
She should have taken advantage of the situation while she had it; 40 something and living alone... lost her only chance...
MRS

Trenton, NJ

#2 Jun 12, 2006
I've tended bar in the past, the very last thing you want to do is have the drunks follow you home. She did the right thing, you know, the next day... at the umm office, she's there, he's there... awkward moments...
Kelly

United States

#3 Jun 12, 2006
MRS wrote:
I've tended bar in the past, the very last thing you want to do is have the drunks follow you home. She did the right thing, you know, the next day... at the umm office, she's there, he's there... awkward moments...
yeah, that is awkward times...
MRS

Trenton, NJ

#4 Jun 12, 2006
Plus what good is a stinking drunk in your bed anyway? Phsst
Deaf

United States

#5 Jun 12, 2006
MRS wrote:
Plus what good is a stinking drunk in your bed anyway? Phsst
Okay, that made me laugh out loud! nice going :)
MRS

Trenton, NJ

#6 Jun 12, 2006
I can hear it now....
Ouch, youÂ’re on my hair!!! Oh, get up, no... ouch, please.... ugh... no that's not... no.... Clumsy fool.
Just Thinking

Farmington, MI

#7 Jun 12, 2006
MRS wrote:
Plus what good is a stinking drunk in your bed anyway? Phsst
Speaking strictly for myself....... I can't remember......
MRS

Trenton, NJ

#8 Jun 12, 2006
Just Thinking wrote:
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Speaking strictly for myself....... I can't remember......
Exactally.
MRS

Trenton, NJ

#9 Jun 12, 2006
Ooops I meant Exactly (Hic-up)
Just Thinking

Farmington, MI

#10 Jun 12, 2006
MRS wrote:
Ooops I meant Exactly (Hic-up)
MRS,
Have you ever heard a guy called Ben Colder (actually Sheb Wooley) do his version of "Hello Wall"? He did many parodies of popular songs as Ben Colder and was hilarious. I can't find the lyrics online or I'd post them for you.
MRS

Allentown, NJ

#11 Jun 12, 2006
Just Thinking wrote:
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MRS,
Have you ever heard a guy called Ben Colder (actually Sheb Wooley) do his version of "Hello Wall"? He did many parodies of popular songs as Ben Colder and was hilarious. I can't find the lyrics online or I'd post them for you.
Found it I think. It's very funny.

Hello Wall!
I didn't see you standin' there
Did I hurt you?(hello)
Boy, I sure did hit you square
Now, one of us is plastered
And I'll let you guess who-o-o-o
Just imag- ine -
Bumpin' into you.

Hey, Wall! Hello!(hello)
Why did you let them move the door
And the ceiling, Hello!(hello)
It used to be the floor
Some- one came while I was out
And changed it all around
Or could it be -
I'm standin' upside down?

That chande- lier, it's all lit up
It just took a swing at me
And some- one put the bathtub
Where the com- mode used to be.

Hello! Bedsheet! Hello!(hello)
I think I'd better lay me down
You know, I can't sleep; Hell No!(hello)
If the bed keeps spinnin''round
There's a picture on the headboard
Hey! I've seem those folks before
Son-of-a- gun! I'm in the house next door!
Just Thinking

Roseville, MI

#12 Jun 12, 2006
MRS wrote:
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Found it I think. It's very funny.
Hello Wall!
I didn't see you standin' there
Did I hurt you?(hello)
Boy, I sure did hit you square
Now, one of us is plastered
And I'll let you guess who-o-o-o
Just imag- ine -
Bumpin' into you.
Hey, Wall! Hello!(hello)
Why did you let them move the door
And the ceiling, Hello!(hello)
It used to be the floor
Some- one came while I was out
And changed it all around
Or could it be -
I'm standin' upside down?
That chande- lier, it's all lit up
It just took a swing at me
And some- one put the bathtub
Where the com- mode used to be.
Hello! Bedsheet! Hello!(hello)
I think I'd better lay me down
You know, I can't sleep; Hell No!(hello)
If the bed keeps spinnin''round
There's a picture on the headboard
Hey! I've seem those folks before
Son-of-a- gun! I'm in the house next door!
Excellent! Pretty much fit right into this thread too. I copied and pasted it into Word so I can maybe memorize it and do it on open mic night at gradys lounge. We have a great group of people at that place. It really is a family bar. Our daytime bartender just went to Vegas and married a guy that she's only known for two months. We were floored. She's forty and owns her own home and is a very attractive gal. Did I mention this guy has a few bucks. Fortunately for him he courted her a bit better than the guy in this story. I just hope he's not a nutcase or something. Oh well, my wife and I had our first date 39 years ago tonight. We left her house on my motorcycle and I followed her home on the bike in the morning but she was in a cop car. We just had our 36th anniversary in January. There's one for true confessions.
MRS

Allentown, NJ

#13 Jun 12, 2006
Just Thinking wrote:
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Excellent! Pretty much fit right into this thread too. I copied and pasted it into Word so I can maybe memorize it and do it on open mic night at gradys lounge. We have a great group of people at that place. It really is a family bar. Our daytime bartender just went to Vegas and married a guy that she's only known for two months. We were floored. She's forty and owns her own home and is a very attractive gal. Did I mention this guy has a few bucks. Fortunately for him he courted her a bit better than the guy in this story. I just hope he's not a nutcase or something. Oh well, my wife and I had our first date 39 years ago tonight. We left her house on my motorcycle and I followed her home on the bike in the morning but she was in a cop car. We just had our 36th anniversary in January. There's one for true confessions.
You remember the first date? Oh My Good God. Didn't quite follow your following her home on the bike... morning cop car bit. Does she remember today's the day you met?
Just Thinking

Roseville, MI

#14 Jun 12, 2006
MRS wrote:
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You remember the first date? Oh My Good God. Didn't quite follow your following her home on the bike... morning cop car bit. Does she remember today's the day you met?
Yes we do remember our first date and the day we started going together too. Can't forget my anniversary either. We got married on my 21st birthday. The cop car thing was that she was just sweet 16 when we had our first date and the cops picked her up for curfew violation and took her home. I had the choice of following them or not and I chose to follow that cop car and that's when I met her mom for the first time. You can't make up stuff like that. If my headlight hadn't burned out the cops wouldn't have stopped us and I might have dropped her at home and went my merry way instead of ending up married to her for almost 37 years now.
MRS

Philadelphia, PA

#15 Jun 13, 2006
Just Thinking wrote:
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Yes we do remember our first date and the day we started going together too. Can't forget my anniversary either. We got married on my 21st birthday. The cop car thing was that she was just sweet 16 when we had our first date and the cops picked her up for curfew violation and took her home. I had the choice of following them or not and I chose to follow that cop car and that's when I met her mom for the first time. You can't make up stuff like that. If my headlight hadn't burned out the cops wouldn't have stopped us and I might have dropped her at home and went my merry way instead of ending up married to her for almost 37 years now.
How romantic! I met my husband when I was 16, we married when I was 21 and we're celebrating 25 years this October.
Just Thinking

Farmington, MI

#16 Jun 13, 2006
MRS wrote:
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How romantic! I met my husband when I was 16, we married when I was 21 and we're celebrating 25 years this October.
Jeez! All this time I thought you were a "mature' woman. Why you're practically a teenager compared to me.
MRS

Philadelphia, PA

#17 Jun 13, 2006
Just Thinking wrote:
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Jeez! All this time I thought you were a "mature' woman. Why you're practically a teenager compared to me.
Practically a teenager!!! See, I knew I liked you. You can do math and everything.
Former Slinger of Drinks

Elk City, OK

#18 Jul 9, 2006
I am sure that poor woman was terrified!! As a former bartender, it was made a point that someone stay with me inside while I counted out the till, and made things ready for the next day. As a woman bartender, there are so many other issues that you have to be constantly aware of....such as regulars thinking they own a part of you.
It is so easy for people to become complacent, and say well, she was JUST A BARTENDER...so we should not take her as serious as our local waitress, cashier, bank teller.
I didn't LOVE slinging drinks!! But it put food on our table, and paid for the roof over our heads.
Being Stalked, Raped, Almost Raped is truly a disturbing thing to have happen to you.
How would you feel if it were your sister, mother, cousin...heck, even your friend??
Tread lightly....one day this may very well happen in your circle of life!!
aiki_mcr

Berkeley, CA

#19 Jul 10, 2006
The good news is this guy was probably harmless.

The bad news is another guy mightn't have been.

She was lucky in that respect.

Still, she didn't *know* he was harmless until after the fact. That had to be scary.
MRS

Lambertville, NJ

#20 Jul 10, 2006
Former Slinger of Drinks wrote:
I am sure that poor woman was terrified!! As a former bartender, it was made a point that someone stay with me inside while I counted out the till, and made things ready for the next day. As a woman bartender, there are so many other issues that you have to be constantly aware of....such as regulars thinking they own a part of you.
It is so easy for people to become complacent, and say well, she was JUST A BARTENDER...so we should not take her as serious as our local waitress, cashier, bank teller.
I didn't LOVE slinging drinks!! But it put food on our table, and paid for the roof over our heads.
Being Stalked, Raped, Almost Raped is truly a disturbing thing to have happen to you.
How would you feel if it were your sister, mother, cousin...heck, even your friend??
Tread lightly....one day this may very well happen in your circle of life!!
You shouldn't be so hard on yourself. Bartenders are like doctors to some people. I've tended bar, slung pizza, cut hair, washed dishes, cut grass, and a whole slew of other things to earn money. There's no shame in earning money as long as you don't compromise your integrity.

The drunk that followed her home was a NUT. And you're right, a nut could follow anyone home from their job.

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