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(First person to make a joke about carpentry gets banned).
(Yes AND it includes annoying scatter cushion debris)
(don't you worry, I have my fair share of morning tasks)
'er indoors does.
And yet I can provide no solid benefit for making it.
don't really care how tidy it looks
also cosy (which i assume is a sought after quality for most people when it comes to bedrooms) does not necessarily equal tidiness.
get right out of here you neat freaks.
can't be bothered to look it up
(I'm guessing I don't)
I thought 'making' would involve something more substantial like actually putting sheets on mattresses and duvets into duvet covers.
"If you spend 30 seconds making your bed every morning, 20 minutes doing housework in the evening isn’t such a difficult thing to conquer." So you should do pointless things so that useful things seem more useful?
As in, not to the high standard my mother taught me, but I *do* plump the pillows up daily and pull the covers back.
If anyone stays at chez plasticniki however, you will get a BEAUTIFULLY made bed.
I have never had a DiSer stay at my house before.
There's a first for everything.
That's a lot of pressure.
I am implementing a plastic protection layer as we speak
it's not like we're in sheets and blankets days, it takes like 20 seconds to plump your pillow and straighten the duvet and looks/feels so much better
like, why even bother?
and now i sleep in it
It gets made twice a week when the cleaner comes. Otherwise I will happily leave my duvet on the floor.
I am pretty sure there is a Pizza Box in my bed right now and I am not even in the country.
More an 'I have a hangover and can't imagine being anywhere else but bed' experience.
"there are several other people living in this flat and i don't want to sit down to eat in the communal area but don't have a table to eat from in my room". combine that with your hangover and there's literally no options left.
= one of lifes greatest joys, as long as you don't spill crumbs everywhere... then it becomes an exercise in self-loathing.
A high point.
I've very recently stopped making the bed. I used to make it properly every morning but have realised that when one of the duvets is taken to the front room every evening there is little point in doing so.
Technically we have five duvets in our flat actually.
(two "all seasons" duvets; the newest one on our bed, the oldest on the spare. they're technically two duvets poppered together; then we have the single duvet which was from the spare bed in our old house, seems a waste to get rid of it when the flat's freezing)
I really think it would be the end of me as a reputable human being
can't find one
If I haven't made it, I will make it before I get into it.
is this a joke?
OF COURSE I MAKE MY OWN BED FUCKING HELL
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Take it up with him.
it's not worth the effort, and also getting into a messy bed is quite nice.
when you know house keeping are going to come and do it properly?
me, yes, don't want them to think I'm a lazy git
Don't want to bring shame upon my family
it leaves a much better spare to store my spare carpentry supplies
just when I thought it couldn't get any worse
so no, not for me Clive
keep fighting that good fight, wr
and if an unmade bed is something that really bothers you, i'm not too sure i want to be having sex with you anyway
there weren't even any sheets or duvet covers on my bed and he had to wait while i put them on but also the duvet cover wasn't dry yet so we had to just sleep under a bare duvet.
who had just moved in to his flat and didn't even HAVE any sheets or anything. i did comment on it but at the same time i was like, i'm getting laid, who cares
I will totally make the bed for you WHEN you come to stay with me though.