Our expert says:
C, people usually don't remember the content of dreams, except sometimes for the dreams they're having immediately before they wake up. Sleep talking can happen ( like sleep-walking ) and is often not particularly clear or easy to understand, nor paticularly clearly connected to the situation they are in. I don't see how it would help him to say nasty things to you, pretending to be asleep, in case you were actually asleep, when you'd miss it all and he'd be wasting his time. It sounds all awfully roundabout as a way to suggest he's angry with you about something. And is he using your name, clearly and repeatedly, so that whatever he says is definitely addressed to you, or is he just blurting out angry things, and you're assumign that they're addressed to you ?
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