One always wants to be accommodating to guests when they pay a visit. Particularly if they are family. However, being accommodating can sometimes be difficult when the guests in question begin to make unreasonable requests, or even demands regarding their accommodation. Seeming to forget that they are a guest in someone else’s house. Redditor Xoxo76757 […] More
Bedroom Decorations That Make Someone Instantly Unattractive
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Your bedroom is a reflection of who you are. It's the heart of your dwelling, with an aesthetic that is personal and at which you are at your most vulnerable, physically, and emotionally.

So when it's finally time to share the space with a romantic partner, either one of these things is bound to happen.

You'll most likely have an erotic experience charged by mutual passion, or the person you lured into your sexy lair will take one look at your collection of vintage dolls and politely nope out of there.

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There’s little more irritating than when someone snoops through your personal belongings. Particularly when you know they’re doing it, but have no way of proving it. When this is the case, often the only way of putting an end to it is a “booby trap” of sorts. Though, as we all know, those have a […] More
People Share The Real Reason They Sleep Naked
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Finding the right pajamas can be a fairly stressful ordeal.

Which is perhaps why some people choose to forgo pajamas all together, and sleep in the nude.

No doubt saving people hundreds of dollars on what they might otherwise have spent on a pair of pajamas.

But in addition to being economical, people no doubt have countless reasons for their natural choice of sleepwear.

Or lack thereof.

Redditor -TheMidpoint- was curious to hear why people opted to sleep in the buff, leading them to ask:

"People who sleep naked, why?"
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Insomniacs Break Down What They Do All Night
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What does this insomniac do at night?

Work. The answer is work. It always has been.

As a kid, I'd write endlessly in notebooks when I couldn't sleep. Now that I'm an adult you can absolutely find me online at 4 AM rambling about some madness like trans Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or that one time my neighbor bare-hand picked up a piece of dog poop and put it in her pocket.

Yes, I live in Florida.

For me, insomnia is a place of creation. But what is it for others?

For that, we turn to Reddit. Because humans stay nosy about what everybody else is doing.

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