When you share a bunk bed would you rather be on the top? or the bottom?
Oh I'm always on top.. Like to feel in control of the bunk share
i always liked the top. it felt funny being so close to the ceiling though.
I dont like to sleep in bunk beds, am scared of it, at times it feels the top bed will crushed me or if I am at the top bed, I will be scared, might fall am mobile when I am sleep, turning around
Top - weird having bunk beds at 43 but cool concept.
I'm completely versatile. I like the variety. As long as my bunk partner doesn't snore and doesn't make the bed shift around all night. I value my sleep.
bottom for me. I'm just that kind....people can walk all over me....
bottom, easier for an old fart like me to get up and out for the toilet.
as stupid as it sounds I hate heights, so I would pick the bottom bunk
Hey Tex, much better thanks. Almost good. LOL
@mega, good, we can share. hehe
@mamelody my toilet is not far, but I go often.
Top ,cuz what happens if someone peed and ya stuck on the bottom
Well, folks I just know there will be enough bunks in heaven and everybody will get top or bottom, whichever they like best!
Hmmm, I just never envisioned sleeping in heaven. You think HE has that there?
IF there is a heaven, I think the powers that be will know I actually prefer a big king sized bed! but I will take a bottom bunk with you anytime, charles!
that actually happened one time when my boys had bunk beds - my youngest was jumping off the top bed into a big pile of bedding and instead he jumped ON the bed and it came crashing down, but fortunately nobody was hurt - nobody was on the bottom one at the time. Silly kids! man were they ever scared!
I would go on top.
Can't sleep if I know somebody is on top of me.
whenever I've been in bunks (at slumber parties or guest houses) I've always been too tired to care by the time I got into bed!
bottom... I roll around way too much and I could never climb to the top bunk anyway
Both have ups and downs. Usually in a train (this is when such a choice happens in reality) I prefer an upper bunk, so nobody steps on me
My brother and I had bunkbeds in our room, and I chose the top bunk. He used to kick at my bed when I was sleeping and scare the crap out of me. He claimed I was shaking the bed, because I toss and turn a lot in my sleep.
My Dad finally cut the bed in half. It made our room smaller, but the bed kicking stopped. As soon as my sister went to college. I took her room. Sure was nice to get out of my brothers room. He had copper wires strung all over the place, to get better radio reception. If you so much altered a wire
you would incur his wrath!
But, I liked the top bunk. It was like my own personal treehouse. I made it into a fort, so nobody could see me when I was in there, and I loved it. But, I was only 13 at the time, so
that probably had a lot to do with it.
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