6 Struggles that every woman who shares a bed with a man will understand
The vast majority of women have had to endure their boyfriend's incessant complaining about their bedroom habits. Whether they just can't grasp that - yes - you really do need that many moisturising products, or have become increasingly resentful over your desire for the lions-share of wardrobe space, even the most accommodating of beaus will get vexed over how you behave beneath the sheets. And no, I'm not talking about sex, I'm talking about how women have a tendency to steal blankets, take up too much space, and even talk and kick while they slumber.
However, these are things that can eventually be dealt with. Your boyfriend's inability to realise that some pillows are just decorative, on the other hand, is a whole other ballpark. Here are 6 struggles that only women will understand about sharing a bed with a man...
1. When they don't shower before bed
We get it, you're tired, but snuggling up to us after a gruelling gym-sesh is a straight ticket to singledom.
2. All those little stray hairs they leave everywhere
Yes, women do tend to shed a lot of hair, but men are just as guilty for leaving stray hairs around and boy are they annoying. And with facial hair being all the rage of late, it doesn't look like this one is going to get much better anytime soon...
3. How they turn into human radiators right when you're about to doze off
Now, I don't know about you, but I have never had this experience with any of my girlfriends so it must be a guy thing.
4. When they play tug-o-war with the covers
Yes, I'm sure that we've been guilty on many occasions for stealing the blankets, but that doesn't mean that you should take revenge and hog them completely, leaving us freezing come 3am.
5. When they keep trying to sleep on your fancy pillows
Why can't men understand that some pillows just aren't meant for sleeping on and that they are purely decorative?!
6. Poking us with your "accidental" boner is never subtle
There are many other more polite ways to let us know that you want to get it on and this, folks, isn't one of them. Next time, try using words instead.
Well, there you have it. It's not just girls who are super annoying come bed time, guys have a few irritating quirks of their own.