We're not saying who, but one BrickUnderground contributor rarely makes her bed, and according to an opinionated UrbanBaby.com discussion, she ought to be ashamed of herself. (Perhaps this instructional video from a Fort Knox drill sergeant will help.) Why is it so important to make sure your sheets have "hospital corners"? The UrbanBabyites offer varying explanations:
Making my bed gives me a (false) sense of control, must make every day.
Getting into bed at night is so depressing when it's a rat's nest of rumpled bedding imo.
Make, every morning before going to work. Religiously. Coming home to an unmade bed makes me feel like my life is a mess.
An unmade bed belongs to a dorm room!
Make my bed (dd makes hers) because I don't want the dust of the world to settle between the sheets.
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