Yes. Guess who's been sleeping in our bed. The latest stats are in. Apparently, North America is divided into three distinct camps those who sleep with their pets on their bed, those who don't allow their pets to sleep on their bed, and those who don't have pets. Pretty definitive, I'd say. Of course, I can only speak from personal experience. As an adult, I indeed had a pet horse for 23 years, but sleeping together topic just never came up. Besides, how can I say this and still be sensitive to my dear buddy, Purple Rain? In hindsight, I don't think his behind would have fit in my bed. After all, it's only a double. And I know Purple has always needed his own space, so to speak. I mean, I never dared to show up at his stall with a blanket and a pillow and say, hey, perp, let's have a sleepover. Although it'll be perfectly candid, I did have a dream once. Woke up in the middle of the night with a nagging headache. Hey, buddy, do you have to take up the whole frigging bed? Could I not least have maybe a bit of a sheet and perhaps even a pillow? Look, I don't mean to be personal, pal, but watch with the snow. That's nice. Oh, great. Now it's morning. That's timing it up.
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