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Halian
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Comforter
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Pillows
Shitty full-size foam mattress off the Internet
Shitty Walmart bed frame that squeaks and dewelds incessantly despite an advertised weight capacity of 2 Hālians
Carpet
Wood
More wood
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Limestone
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a tiny fairy
Posts: 15/80
Originally posted by Xkeeper
I flatly do not believe it is possible for two people to sleep on anything smaller than a queen.

Not with that attitude, it's not!
RanAS
Posts: 313/444
Originally posted by Xkeeper
I flatly do not believe it is possible for two people to sleep on anything smaller than a queen.

It is most definitely possible, but I would not recommend it.
Xkeeper
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I flatly do not believe it is possible for two people to sleep on anything smaller than a queen.
Rambly
Posts: 1724/1949
A bed.

More specifically, a queen sized bed that my girlfriend got recently. We need the queen, cuz frankly we're both space hogs If we slept on a full we'd probably have ended up murdering each other at some point. It's a pretty firm mattress, but I like firm and so does my girlfriend, so...

I'm posting about sleep a lot lately zzz
Tarale
Posts: 1271/1776
Argh, no to glorified marshmallows! Lightly padded rocks is where it's at!!
Xkeeper
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Conversely, I have no idea how someone can sleep on a firm bed. If the mattress I'm on isn't basically a glorified marshmallow, then I have a tough time sleeping on it.
a tiny fairy
Posts: 4/80
My extra firm mattress is soooo nice, omg

It's to the point where I go over to a partner's or friend's place or to a hotel or something and sleep in their bed and like, it feels like I'm going to sink into it and disappear… I can't get comfortable at all!

I really recommend people try firm beds, they're really nice
Nin★Collin
Posts: 82/133
Originally posted by a tiny fairy
So we slept on the floor for a while in a blanket nest, and sometimes we still do when we have guests over.

We ended up so used to sleeping on the floor that when we finally got a human-sized bed we asked for the firmest mattress they had x.x it's pretty comfortable, though! and decadently huge, I think it's queen size? Easily sleeps three.

It's amazing how sleeping on the floor can change your thoughts and opinions about beds/how to sleep in general.

Unlike you though, I don't think I'll ever be able to go back to a regular mattress
a tiny fairy
Posts: 3/80
I used to sleep on a very comfortable appropriately-sized bed with a cute little headboard and a nice comfortable mattress topper and high-quality lavender sheets… and then my partner moved in and it was way too small for her (what did she expect I am a tiny fairy !!)

So we slept on the floor for a while in a blanket nest, and sometimes we still do when we have guests over.

We ended up so used to sleeping on the floor that when we finally got a human-sized bed we asked for the firmest mattress they had x.x it's pretty comfortable, though! and decadently huge, I think it's queen size? Easily sleeps three.

I miss my nice sheets though…
RanAS
Posts: 299/444
A normal-sized mattress on a normal-sized bed that I can only describe as a triple bunk bed. Like, it's like a normal bunk bed, but below the first bed there's another one that slides along the floor. I don't sleep on that one, I sleep on the bottom (middle?) one.

Originally this bunk bed was used by everyone in this house, each person in a separate bed (and I was forced to sleep on the top bed), but then things happened and now I have the entire bunk bed for myself.

I don't know what type of material the mattress is made of, and I don't really care because it's comfortable and that's all that matters.
Sponty
Posts: 11012/11087
I've got a double mattress, with a box spring and a frame (nothing fancy, besides a headboard). It's good enough!
Zero One
Posts: 5114/5158
Single mattress with a memory foam topper. While the mattress is ridiculously small for my 6' 3" self, the memory foam topper is so damn comfortable.

But damn, I NEED to get a bigger bed.
Thaminga
Posts: 2/21
Extra long single mattress on a box spring.

Alternatively, and more often than I'd like, my desk.
Robbie Rage
Posts: 56/100
Currently sleeping on a twin bed while the fiance and I are planning a move. Thankfully, it's comfortable enough.
Xkeeper
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Sleeping in general just gives me gas, but that might because I tend to have dinner right before bed and also I sleep with a CPAP
devin
Posts: 3312/3450
Originally posted by 2Tie
laying on my left side gives me intestinal pain.


Laying on my back gives me sleep paralysis. It's exciting!
2Tie
Posts: 956/1057
i sleep on a bed




but more seriously, i tend to sleep on firmer surfaces, though i for sure need something soft for my head. tend to sleep on my right side, though on my back and on my chest happpens enough too. laying on my left side gives me intestinal pain.
sofi
Posts: 3517/3797
memory foam mattress on a loft
devin
Posts: 3308/3450
Futon on the floor, baby. Real furniture is for chumps
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