Most Comfortable Place You've Ever Slept...

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It's a toss up between this super comfortable recliner in the intensive care unit waiting room in our county's hospital(huge hospital by the way), and the first couch we had when I lived in Orlando. The couch got replaced by one that looked similar, but it wasn't the same as the first, I could sleep there or just lay there for hours reading a book or playing Vice City(lets you know about when it was, the GA3/Vice City pack had just came out on XBOX).

My aunties cocktail bench. I know what your thinking, a cocktail bench? But it was all padded and such, plus I slept on it for almost a whole month so I got real use to it. Absolute heaven after a long day.

My double bed is pretty awesome. I sleep in it every night.

Also, worst place I've slept in, on the floor in a small closet. Don't ask why, but I did it for a few days...

ChaoticKraus:
I get my best sleep sitting in long-travel buses and trains, the shaking is soothing i guess.

While I don't really sleep on buses or trains, getting to sleep on a bed while in a moving vehichle is amazing. Whether it's boats, a bunk in a caravan, or that very, very rare time you can be the jammy prick sleeping in the front of a plane.

Also I just like sleeping in caravans/tents, the beds aren't particularly comfortable, but the atmosphere of camping always makes for great sleep.

My brother's memory foam can make an insomniac fall asleep.

It's that fucking comfortable.

Weealzabob:

ChaoticKraus:
I get my best sleep sitting in long-travel buses and trains, the shaking is soothing i guess.

While I don't really sleep on buses or trains, getting to sleep on a bed while in a moving vehichle is amazing. Whether it's boats, a bunk in a caravan, or that very, very rare time you can be the jammy prick sleeping in the front of a plane.

Amen. Though i have to ask what kind of planes have beds in them, apart from private jets. I have never ever seen that.

ChaoticKraus:

Weealzabob:

ChaoticKraus:
I get my best sleep sitting in long-travel buses and trains, the shaking is soothing i guess.

While I don't really sleep on buses or trains, getting to sleep on a bed while in a moving vehichle is amazing. Whether it's boats, a bunk in a caravan, or that very, very rare time you can be the jammy prick sleeping in the front of a plane.

Amen. Though i have to ask what kind of planes have beds in them, apart from private jets. I have never ever seen that.

On long haul flights the seats in first/business class generally fold flat and act like a bed.
Sorry I wasn't a little more to the point in my original post.

Montezuma's Lawyer:
My girlfriend's bed, by itself it is very comfortable, but when I get to sleep next to her in it, it is just wonderful.

10/10

This is my answer, word for word. So to make things a bit more me, I'll change the 10/10 to a star-based rating:

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Nothing beats a comfy hammock on a perfectly warm day with the sun shining at just the right angle so that it warms you, but doesn't intrude on your eyes. And the sound of the light breeze rustling the leaves almost sound like waves.

Except a Tempurpedic. Those things are what heaven is made of.

Edit: Oh I almost forgot. Sleeping on a boat that is going nowhere and letting the waves rock you is practically hypnotic.

My couch, which is an 8/10, because of my dog.
My bed, in the mornings, 9/10, because of my dog.
A bed in a cheap-ish British hotel chain, which was about 4 feet tall (exaggeration), and if it had my dog, it would be a 10/10.

IamQ:

Kaleion:
Well that's a hard one to answer, it could be that time I slept on the beach covered in sand, it was pretty great except for the crab in my mouth, alternatively that time I fell asleep on a pool with the water covering my ears was pretty grand too, but by far I think the best one was that hammock in the forest that was between 2 trees in a clear space in the middle of the forest near an old shack that I rented, that was glorious like sleeping on air gazing at the clear star filled sky and that glorious full Moon, definitely awesome.
Coincidentally enough the worst place I've tried to sleep on was on the dirt in the middle of the forest, wasn't able to sleep at all and it lasted for 5 days, 5 days without sleeping and without food and out in the cold, though when I finally got home I slept so good that it felt like I suddenly regained my energy in only a couple seconds of sleep, turns out it was actually 3 day, felt like just seconds though.

So all in all, you didn't eat for 5 days?

Well not exactly, I did eat some oranges that I brought with me but my body rejected them, it didn't even look disgusting what came out looked exactly like orange juice, but whatever that's irrelevant, the moral of the story is don't go explore the forest at night just because you can't sleep.

some expensive hotel in washington somewhere. iirc it was a pillowtop bed. it just swallowed me up and it felt like sleeping on thin air.

In an Igloo (multiple times)- Pretty freaking cold but you get used to it, the floor is hard as ice even with a pad, and when I did it there were about four othre guys which made it pretty awkward.

On a park table- Not bad actually, fiber-glass is best though

On a coffee table- I just did this as a joke for everyone who got a couch or bed

In the auxiliary parking lot at a fair grounds- It was for the centenial scouting Jamboree. I slept under the stars and in my boxers, so when I got up in the morning I decided to walk around abit with just a shirt, boxers, and boots. I got a lot of weird stares.

In a tent on the snow- pretty warm if you know what your doing

On the floor- it really comes down to the carpet, the tempature of the room, and how tired you are

On a friend's couch- smelt like beer

In a hut some friends and I made out of tarps, poles, and rope- pretty nice.

My own bed- I prefer one flat pillow, nothing special

I like to lay on tables.

My friend has the world's comfiest couch. I would steal it for my own home if I could and make it my new bed.

Granted, I could sleep just about anywhere if I tried hard enough.

Eggsnham:
I'm getting a new bed delivered later this week, I'm excited, that's about it.

Where/what is the most comfortable place/surface you've ever slept on/in?

For added flavor, rate the place on a scale of iron spikes to orgasmic, then just add water.

High end memory foam. The brand name stuff.

Not only is it near orgasmic (to use your scale), but I sleep really good on it.

I fell into this foam pit during gymnastics...didn't want to leave...

A sleeping bag over a thermarest pad. After hiking 12ish miles with a pretty heavy pack, and being out of shape, best sleep ever. Did that for about 8 nights straight. Most refreshed I've ever felt after sleeping. Borderline to orgasmic using your scale. Exhausted sleep makes everywhere more comfortable. :D

A hammock, but not a rich white people hammock that flips you if you so much as shiver. I'm talking about the real deal.

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I sleep like a goddamned bear in one of those.

Also I have this couch with one long cushion, I can drop that thing on the floor and sleep forever.

Well pretty much my bed at home, alone all the time.

There's really nothing special to it, just pillows, covers and sheets. I'm a very plain person as you can tel.

Montezuma's Lawyer:
My girlfriend's bed, by itself it is very comfortable, but when I get to sleep next to her in it, it is just wonderful.

10/10

same here

Sorry to give a disappointing answer, but in my bed. Everywhere else is just inferior, and the only thing I can think of to improve it is if there was a lady in the bed too, but that's about it.

Trampolines are strangely comfortable. Not when it's wet though. Whilst talking about trampolines, If you have a big one, get all the blankets in your house and put them over it. Then play cat and mouse. Most fun thing I can remember that doesn't involve any technology.

My parents always get a very comfortable mattress for their bed, so when I feel tired during the day, I would just lay on their be and kill about an hour before I move on.

A wicker box..... it was a decent sized wicker box, which I packed with cushions and covers, then slept in. Curled up like a dog and slept comfortable for 10 hours. Woke up with a slightly sore back, but nothing too bad.

Me and my friend did this during a sleepover.... in our separate boxes of course.

Rented a beach house in Delaware for the weekend about 2 years ago.
Wonderful, WONDERFUL fluffy beds.

On a cross-country flight after an absolutely exhausting 5 days after taking an extra Xanax to help with my anxiety. I slept so soundly that I didn't notice my flight was redirected to another airport due to weather, landed there and stayed for three hours, then took off again to land at my home airport. When I woke up to all the hustle and bustle of people getting ready to get off the plane, the flight attendant told me that she was worried about me the whole time but she didn't want to wake me because I looked so peaceful.

SycoMantis91:
big tits are always good

hahahahahahahahahahah that have laughing hard bro nice job.

As for me, my curret bed is very good, despite visits in the night from cats that love to pokes their noses in your face, its very soft.

My most comfortable place to sleep was in this bed in a condo that was situated next to the ocean while I was vacationing in Florida. Comfortable bed + cool outside breeze + sound of the ocean = heaven.

Actually...I hope for a repeat performance of this very soon. I'll be heading down to Florida again the third of March!

Ironically, my ex's bathtub, with her and in a sleeping bag.
One of the best nights sleep ive ever had, but i dont sleep as well on softer things =P
Oh and incase anyone asks, it was after a night out and someone had passed out on my bed.

Wenseph:
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Also, worst place I've slept in, on the floor in a small closet. Don't ask why, but I did it for a few days...

One of my friends used to that. I guess one day he pulled a mattress, a TV and his PS2 into a big closet in his room and practically lived there for a year.

Unfortunately, my university accomodation bed. It's actually more comfortable than my bed at home, which makes it very difficult to get up in the mornings.

I can't get comfortable on a soft surface... i'm much more comfortable on a flat sold one like dirt or sand... tho thanks to the military I can sleep basically standing up and be fairly comfortable... it helps pass time on sentry duty without getting you caught by laying down.. also I have problems sleeping if it's dead quiet ... I have to keep the tv or radio on now and fairly loud to sleep good

I strangely sleep best on the floor or really really bad mattresses. What do they have in common? Well they are both surfaces just slightly less hard than a rock. I can not sleep on any soft surface. Makes my back scream in pain if on them to long.

Next to my wife.

3...2...1... d'AWWW!

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