Whistling in the Dark

Once again, I am moved to pose a burning sociocultural question for readers of this blog to ponder, discuss, and possibly even formulate an answer in case anyone can offer clarity and direction. Well, here we go. If a person goes to bed and finds their nose to be whistling a bit while breathing, is that person under any social, moral, cultural, or ethical obligation to eliminate that nose whistle by any means possible before they fall asleep lest they annoy their bed partner enough during the night to prompt their bed partner to punch the nose whistler’s shoulder? Asking for a friend.

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