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Do you sleep when you change place?


Registered Member
I sleep anywhere, any place.

I can fall asleep in an empty bathtub and cramped space with no problem. As long as it's sleep.... :)


Trust me, I'm The Doctor.
That reminds me, I've actually fallen asleep in an empty bathtub before. I was sober, too.

I can actually sleep just about anywhere as long as I can get comfortable and don't have anyone around (except a SO, of course, but I adjust to their quirks quickly).


That reminds me, I've actually fallen asleep in an empty bathtub before. I was sober, too.
Wow. LOL. that's strange and funny. Are you sure you were sober?
Why in the world would you sleep in a bathtub?


Registered Member
I can sleep everywere, at any given time aslong as i want to sleep.
To me it sounds strange that they need their pillow and such.


Sultan of Swat
Staff member
I can sleep anywhere if the place is comfortable. I can sleep in a car if I have too, as long as I have enough room I'm fine. When I moved to my own house I didn't have any issues.


Registered Member
No, not really. It's pretty easy for me to get to sleep- the droning of a fan, washer/dryer, airconditioning, whatever puts me to sleep.


Living on the 0th floor
I tend to sleep better when I do go somewhere new. I don't know why, but I can never sleep in my own home.. It just seems like everywhere else is more comfortable than my own home. It really doesnt matter either, I can sleep on the floor, a recliner, the bed, a couch in a new place, but at my house I can't sleep easily, except on the couch.

I cannot sleep in a car or on a plane, like Zappa.


"Expect the unexpected"
I am quite adaptable; I can sleep almost anywhere.......anytime with or without the usual comforts associated with sleeping (pillow, bed, blanket..etc).
I must admit though that I most definitely prefer sleeping on my own bed.


Registered Member
I always have trouble sleeping when I change place...
I cannot feel comfortable when I am not in my own bed..:shake:

Just like moi, I probably have to toss and turn all night. I will need a couple of days to adjust.