nar·co·lep·sy( P ) (närk-lps)
n. pl. nar·co·lep·sies

A disorder characterized by sudden and uncontrollable, though often brief, attacks of deep sleep, sometimes accompanied by paralysis and hallucinations.
charlie asked me if you were narcoleptic - he told me something similar to that cause you just stopped talking all of a sudden and then started back up i guess you must have woken back up.
作者 Hey-Soos! (pronounce it) 2005年6月05日

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