Twitter is shocked to be left behind by a couple known to sleep on different sides of the bed every night while users use them & # 39; animals & # 39; and & # 39; serial killers & # 39; because they do not have a preferential position
- A tweet about a couple who did not place the sides of the bed led to a debate
- The thread was started by Washington, D.C.-based journalist Jeff Stein
- The story about the unnamed married couple has been retweeted more than 10,000 times
- Twitter users joked that the pair & # 39; robots & # 39 ;, & # 39; radical & # 39 ;, & # 39; sadists & # 39; and & # 39; serial killers & # 39; goods
- When some people claimed that they also changed sides every night, Jeff wondered if this was a & # 39; new move & # 39; is
A tweet about a couple who have not put their designated sides of the bed in stone has caused a stir online.
Washington Post reporter Jeff Stein said that this duo, with whom he is friends, goes to bed every night without knowing who will sleep where.
More than 3500 people weighed on his original tweet – proving that this nocturnal routine is just as unusual as Jeff initially thought.
Indignation: people went to Twitter to express their shock about an unknown couple who did not commit themselves to claiming specific sides of the bed to sleep on (stock image)
Convention: Journalist Jeff Stein started the viral thread around the couple, making thousands of people consider their own bedtime habits
The tweet has also been loved almost 90,000 times because people continue to share their views on the issue.
Curiosity about this unnamed couple also encouraged Jeff to inquire about where they store their respective bedtime requirements – such as lip balm, phone chargers, tissues – if neither of them has claimed a side of the bed as their own.
Some users stated that moving in this way would shed their routine throughout the bedroom.
& # 39; Update: the man in the couple in question confirms via (direct message) that they only have 1 bedside table. (However, he rightly reproves me for not checking the facts first.) & # 39; Revealed Jeff.
& # 39; He also says that there is a window frame on the other side with room for a water bottle, while the bedside table holds the telephones.
Although the original pair remains unknown, a Kentucky-based writer named Gwenda Bond admitted that she and her partner are also subscribed to this line of thought.
Plot hole: several users said they could never change bed with their partner because they needed a certain place for their non-negotiable & # 39; stuff & # 39; at night
Solidarity: Users, some jokes and some serious, said they also abide by the exchange rules
& # 39; We change regularly, especially if one of us has insomnia – it always helps, & # 39; she shared.
Her tweet made Jeff wonder if & # 39; this was a new move & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Wow, these are NOT the friends I referred to, so we seem to have a second source confirmation that this happened, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; Damn this makes three, we're looking at the start of a new movement, & # 39; he added while another man came forward to say he adheres to the same principle.
A user named Jennifer Knecht weighed that the logic behind these couples who played switcheroo every night seemed like a great idea.
& # 39; Okay – this makes sense (because) I always, always take naps on my husband's side and they are THE best naps, & # 39; she said.
But dozens of Twitter users were shocked to hear that not everyone has a designated side of the bed, with one writing: & # 39; Everything about this is disturbing for me & # 39 ;.
Response: After the tweet about the apparently strange sleeping behavior of the couple, thousands of users weighed their opinion
Another said: & # 39; I really appreciate being single at the moment, because this seems to have shaken the basics of pairs. & # 39;
& # 39; The dog would not be able to sleep if we did & # 39 ;, a user shared.
Some were more concerned about the situation with pillows and telephones – and asked if each of the couples took their pillow with them when they trade.
A user said: & # 39; What about pillows? Will the pillows stay on the side of the bed? Or do they exchange with the person? & # 39;
Another added: & # 39; This is not spontaneity. This is a good old-fashioned fight against who & # 39; can charge their phone at night & # 39 ;.
And a third added: & # 39; So one of them has his phone on the other side of the bed every night. That is as bad as having no solid side to sleep on & # 39 ;.
Shocked: many Twitter users welcomed the unveiling, asking if they changed pillows when they changed sides
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