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  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 1,993 Member Member Posts: 1,993 Member
    iMago wrote: »
    iMago wrote: »
    There's no need to make a bed. Its a funny phrase ...make a bed. By the tine you return its time for bed. So save you some hassle.

    plus unmade beds air out better and help prevent bacteria growth as well as bed bugs

    Eeew. Now im definitely never gonna be tidy...

    all those people who sleep naked in the sleep naked thread definitely have bed bugs- change my mind.

    Or should we be changing theirs😳🐜🦗🕷🐜🦗🕷🐜🦗🕷
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 1,783 Member Member Posts: 1,783 Member
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    There's no need to make a bed. Its a funny phrase ...make a bed. By the tine you return its time for bed. So save you some hassle.

    Making one's bed every morning is a positive habit which allows you to feel a sense of accomplishment related to being tidy, organized, etc.

    Freshen your sheets at least weekly and "air out" your room (heck your home) daily. That way you sleep on cozy, fresh sheets and there's little worry of - my stars - insects of any sort. <-- I've not heard of this nor experienced any issues.

    (...flies away like a dreadlocked version of Mary Poppins...) ☂️

    Marry me
  • iMagoiMago Member Posts: 8,239 Member Member Posts: 8,239 Member
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    There's no need to make a bed. Its a funny phrase ...make a bed. By the tine you return its time for bed. So save you some hassle.

    Making one's bed every morning is a positive habit which allows you to feel a sense of accomplishment related to being tidy, organized, etc.

    Freshen your sheets at least weekly and "air out" your room (heck your home) daily. That way you sleep on cozy, fresh sheets and there's little worry of - my stars - insects of any sort. <-- I've not heard of this nor experienced any issues.

    (...flies away like a dreadlocked version of Mary Poppins...) ☂️

    this part depends on where you live though. too hot to do that for like 6 months out of the year at least in Texas.
    or else your AC will never stop running trying to get the apartment down below 90 degrees again.
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 1,783 Member Member Posts: 1,783 Member
    iMago wrote: »
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    There's no need to make a bed. Its a funny phrase ...make a bed. By the tine you return its time for bed. So save you some hassle.

    Making one's bed every morning is a positive habit which allows you to feel a sense of accomplishment related to being tidy, organized, etc.

    Freshen your sheets at least weekly and "air out" your room (heck your home) daily. That way you sleep on cozy, fresh sheets and there's little worry of - my stars - insects of any sort. <-- I've not heard of this nor experienced any issues.

    (...flies away like a dreadlocked version of Mary Poppins...) ☂️

    this part depends on where you live though. too hot to do that for like 6 months out of the year at least in Texas.
    or else your AC will never stop running trying to get the apartment down below 90 degrees again.

    Yeah and if we do it here it snows indoors which just means a mold problem
  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 1,993 Member Member Posts: 1,993 Member
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    There's no need to make a bed. Its a funny phrase ...make a bed. By the tine you return its time for bed. So save you some hassle.

    Making one's bed every morning is a positive habit which allows you to feel a sense of accomplishment related to being tidy, organized, etc.

    Freshen your sheets at least weekly and "air out" your room (heck your home) daily. That way you sleep on cozy, fresh sheets and there's little worry of - my stars - insects of any sort. <-- I've not heard of this nor experienced any issues.

    (...flies away like a dreadlocked version of Mary Poppins...) ☂️

    Yeah can't air out my house where I live. I do freshen sheets on the reg. Still prefer to rollin and out of bed.
  • iMagoiMago Member Posts: 8,239 Member Member Posts: 8,239 Member
    don't have to make your bed or wash the sheets and blankets if you never put sheets or blankets on it to begin with- change my mind.

    rollsafetappingforehead.gif
  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 1,993 Member Member Posts: 1,993 Member
    Soup is a meal.

    Change me mind
  • MaltedTeaMaltedTea Member, Premium Posts: 3,385 Member Member, Premium Posts: 3,385 Member
    iMago wrote: »
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    There's no need to make a bed. Its a funny phrase ...make a bed. By the tine you return its time for bed. So save you some hassle.

    Making one's bed every morning is a positive habit which allows you to feel a sense of accomplishment related to being tidy, organized, etc.

    Freshen your sheets at least weekly and "air out" your room (heck your home) daily. That way you sleep on cozy, fresh sheets and there's little worry of - my stars - insects of any sort. <-- I've not heard of this nor experienced any issues.

    (...flies away like a dreadlocked version of Mary Poppins...) ☂️

    this part depends on where you live though. too hot to do that for like 6 months out of the year at least in Texas.
    or else your AC will never stop running trying to get the apartment down below 90 degrees again.

    Is it already 90 degrees when you wake up in the morning? Then wake up before sunrise.

    This way of living requires periodic dedication and struggle.

    (tbh: I open my windows daily no matter the season. I live in Montreal - which is an island in Canada - so summers are humid AF and winters are frigid. Fresh air 365/24/7 though but perhaps that's because I'm in a condo right now and don't like the idea of continuously living off filtered air)

    Also @hrichts,this is awkward...I assumed we were already married 🤷🏿‍♀️
  • iMagoiMago Member Posts: 8,239 Member Member Posts: 8,239 Member
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    iMago wrote: »
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    There's no need to make a bed. Its a funny phrase ...make a bed. By the tine you return its time for bed. So save you some hassle.

    Making one's bed every morning is a positive habit which allows you to feel a sense of accomplishment related to being tidy, organized, etc.

    Freshen your sheets at least weekly and "air out" your room (heck your home) daily. That way you sleep on cozy, fresh sheets and there's little worry of - my stars - insects of any sort. <-- I've not heard of this nor experienced any issues.

    (...flies away like a dreadlocked version of Mary Poppins...) ☂️

    this part depends on where you live though. too hot to do that for like 6 months out of the year at least in Texas.
    or else your AC will never stop running trying to get the apartment down below 90 degrees again.

    Is it already 90 degrees when you wake up in the morning? Then wake up before sunrise.

    This way of living requires periodic dedication and struggle.

    (tbh: I open my windows daily no matter the season. I live in Montreal - which is an island in Canada - so summers are humid AF and winters are frigid. Fresh air 365/24/7 though but perhaps that's because I'm in a condo right now and don't like the idea of continuously living off filtered air)

    Also @hrichts,this is awkward...I assumed we were already married 🤷🏿‍♀️

    my AC died like 3 weeks ago and it took them 2 days to fix it. it was 88 inside when i went to bed and then 93 the next morning. i wanted to kermit sue of side.

    i could've opened the windows technically but it was like 77% humidity out and only 3 degrees or so cooler so i didn't think it was worth it.
  • IronIsMyTherapyIronIsMyTherapy Member Posts: 463 Member Member Posts: 463 Member
    Soup is a meal.

    Change me mind

    If more than 50% is liquid, it's a drink with floaters. If less than 50% is liquid, it's a runny meal.
  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 1,993 Member Member Posts: 1,993 Member
    Soup is a meal.

    Change me mind

    If more than 50% is liquid, it's a drink with floaters. If less than 50% is liquid, it's a runny meal.

    So you're saying it's a meal...so...im still right. If you chew the bits...its a meal.
  • IronIsMyTherapyIronIsMyTherapy Member Posts: 463 Member Member Posts: 463 Member
    Soup is a meal.

    Change me mind

    If more than 50% is liquid, it's a drink with floaters. If less than 50% is liquid, it's a runny meal.

    So you're saying it's a meal...so...im still right. If you chew the bits...its a meal.

    If it's more than 50% liquid, chances are I'm not going to chew. I barely chew actual meals.
  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 1,993 Member Member Posts: 1,993 Member
    Soup is a meal.

    Change me mind

    If more than 50% is liquid, it's a drink with floaters. If less than 50% is liquid, it's a runny meal.

    So you're saying it's a meal...so...im still right. If you chew the bits...its a meal.

    If it's more than 50% liquid, chances are I'm not going to chew. I barely chew actual meals.

    Ohhhh. That explains the abs. I chew all my meals. Hence my belly.
  • iMagoiMago Member Posts: 8,239 Member Member Posts: 8,239 Member
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    This can not be any good.

    whoa its actually real.
    if i can find it i'll try it.
  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 1,993 Member Member Posts: 1,993 Member
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    This can not be any good.

    It must be good. Thats why everything comes in pumpkin spice. Irregardless...its spam! Who doesn't love spam!
  • will_it_go_round_in_circleswill_it_go_round_in_circles Member Posts: 683 Member Member Posts: 683 Member
    iMago wrote: »
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    This can not be any good.

    whoa its actually real.
    if i can find it i'll try it.

    you're going to clobber it with mayo too aren't you?
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