Is that a thing? A possible thing? Because if it's possible, then I would totally be the one to do it. Not to brag, but I am the girl who managed to severely pull a neck muscle by rolling over in bed. Truth. I couldn't turn my head for DAYS. Instead, anytime I wanted to see something to my left or right I had to swivel-lurch my whole torso around, like Batman, or one of the Cardassians.
(That's an admittedly dated reference to Deep Space 9, not a misspelled reference to the reality show stars. Although now I'm thinking someone should combine the two, and call it ODO SHE DIDN'T. Eh? EH??
I'm giving away gold today, people. GOLD.)
My point is, if you can theoretically pull an ear muscle while sleeping, then that is totally my bag.
Do ears even have muscles? Because the ouchy part is on the outside, which you don't generally see a lot of toning exercises for. I should check Pinterest...
Wait, what am I saying? Of course ears have muscles; that's how people wiggle them.
Their own ears, I mean. People wiggling other people's ears is a completely different, and potentially NSFW, story. So put the anatomy books down, folks; we just solved that one with LOGIC.
Now I can get back to brainstorming taglines for my new Alien vs Predator homage:
BATMAN vs CARDASSIAN, Neck And Neck
It's basically a game of Hide and Seek, except it's all gritty and modern, and also they're standing right next to each other.
(GOLD I SAY)
UPDATE: I asked John to look at my ear and he said it's kinda red but not to worry because I'm probably just getting a zit. Inside my ear. This is how horror movies start, people. Watch your ears.