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By sam_666777 / Saturday 30 August 2014 02:54 / United States
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Next time go with, "You eat even though you'll have to eat again, right?" That's how my mom handled that question. I still didn't make my bed, but at least I didn't starve myself.

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Next time go with, "You eat even though you'll have to eat again, right?" That's how my mom handled that question. I still didn't make my bed, but at least I didn't starve myself.

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I would tell him if he can't handle that Im not going to be able to cook for him anymore.

Say we won't make the bed, or make dinner. And that was the day I realized how much I love food. :-( On a side note, I don't know many children who make their bed at that age so good luck.

He does have a point. Point out that the toilet smells and that it splashes when it's used and that's just gross. As for the bed? Making it keeps spiders and such out of the bed. I live in Missouri. Brown recluses LOVE clothes on the floor, crumpled covers, etc. as places to hide. A flat,well-made bed just doesn't have any hiding spots for them. Rumpled beds also eat clothes, toys, homework, pencils, cell phones, etc. as they hide in the folds and fluff! Finally, sun bleaches fabric. A bed wit

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Where I live there's no creepy insects that'll try to hide in clothes/bed covers... my bed is far from the window (plus, most of the time there's not much sunlight anyway)... And till this day I have never lost anything in my bed :P

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I agree with everything you said, except when younassumed she bought his bed. When i was that young, my parents wouldnt buy me an xbox or games, so i saved up and bought them. Two years later i bought my own computer, then later i biught myself a futon.

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How is an 8 year old going to earn money to buy a bed? Unless he uses his pocket money... Then his parents paid for the bed anyway.

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Losing things like toys in your bed would not happen because your bed isn't made, it happens when you don't keep track of your stuff. And as far as Sun bleached blankets go, don't let the Sun in when you're gone that long. Curtains exist for a reason, and I certainly wouldn't want people to be able to see in my room when I'm not there either.

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Am I the only one that has never made his bed? I really don't see the point in it, and it just wastes time. I was never forced to by my parents anyways

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I'm with you #52. My parents don't even make their bed. I didn't know it was a thing really until I saw how fancy my sisters was in high school. Not worth the effort honestly. As long as the covers are getting washed regularly I really don't see a problem.

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This comment is complete crap. Really, spiders? You make your bed to avoid spiders??? Spiders have just as many hiding places in a well made bed as an un-made one. The space between the sheet and the blanket is nice and snug just the way they like it. Spiders don't crawl around and selectively pick beds that aren't made. I guess maybe that's how your parents scared you into making your bed.... I hate to break it to you, but it's complete bullshit. And really, losing stuff? Here's a bright ide

Hahaha! Your kid is going places OP! :D Its funny but try explaining it to him in a different way...

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