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Do you use a top sheet?

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2 years ago
WOW. Anyone who has bed making skills on their list of priorities needs to really think about their life. Get a job or a hobby.

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2 years ago
Well, if you’re nursing it’s very important. When I began nursing I was surprised at how much time was allocated to teaching bed making skills. So, I guess you can have a job AND take bed making seriously 😂

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2 years ago
^^ Im not a nurse or anything similar but good point 😉

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2 years ago
Hospitality, bed & breakfast.....

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2 years ago
Making a bed is the most basic skill

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2 years ago
If they're not great quality then I find they're itchy

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2 years ago
Egyption cotton only

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2 years ago
My mamma taught me how to make a bed. I feel like there's alot of life skills that aren't being handed down from generation to generation because everybody's lazy or time poor.

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2 years ago
^^Far from lazy darl. Don't speak for me

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2 years ago
Although i make my bed everyday, fucking and folding is not on my list of priorities. And before you ask, I change all my bedding 2-3 times a week so hygiene is not an issue 😊

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2 years ago
^^ OMG. Tucking and folding. Sorry 😂

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2 years ago
Unless you’re sick 2-3 times a week is excessive. Once a week is all that is required.

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2 years ago
We live in an area surrounded by forrest and our kids and dogs find it funny to jump all over our bed after theyve been outside. Cheeky buggers 🤣

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2 years ago
You take that a lot better than i would

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2 years ago
Being intelligent with your use of time doesnt make you lazy. I have 3 kids, i work, study, go to gym everyday, cook good meals, better to spend time on things that are worth it✌

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2 years ago
I would feel wrong without it

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2 years ago
Yes! The idea is that you fold it over the top of the doona and it’s an extra layer to protect the doona. My friends don’t use them and their doonas get yellow and gross really quickly from breathing/drooling/sweating - like pillows do. They have to wash or replace doonas fat quicker than we do. It also means you can get away with not washing the doona cover as often seeing as you’re not touching it, you’re touching the sheet.

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2 years ago
**far quicker. Not fat.

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2 years ago
Exactly

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2 years ago
Yes

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2 years ago
Yes i do

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2 years ago
Yes because when it’s hot you just roll up doona and still covered. I like to feel covered I feel safe... it’s weird haha

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2 years ago
Not weird at all. I have to at least have a sheet draped over my torso. It makes me feel safe too 😉

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2 years ago
Me too

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2 years ago
I hate a top sheet. I always get tangled. It's shit. If it's stupid hot I will use one with nothing else. No doona/blanket etc. But not with the 2.

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2 years ago
It's tangled because you didn't make the bed properly

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2 years ago
Most likely 😂😂😂 still don't like them.

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2 years ago
Is there really a proper way to make the bed?

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2 years ago
you tuck the sheet under mattress
I hate anything tucked in

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2 years ago
https://www.thespruce.com/how-to-make-a-bed-1900312

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2 years ago
Yes, saves on washing the quilt every week.

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2 years ago
I don't like the different layers of bedding. I find it annoying

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2 years ago
Always

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2 years ago
always

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2 years ago
Yep, always.

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2 years ago
Hate them. I will never use them. If I'm hot I'll take off my doona and let it all hang out 😆

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2 years ago
No can’t stand them.
Uncles it’s a hotel. Then I like them.

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2 years ago
Nope

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2 years ago
Hey, Yes we do :)

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2 years ago
Always