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Bed sheets by Edwin Salpeter - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 02:54:09 EST ID:lUk4B2Nt No.4746991 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Can we please have a thread about bed sheets?

Im thinking about dropping $150 on some linen bed sheets, im like 70% sold on it. What fabric are your bed sheets and would you recommend them?

Cheers
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Chyna - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 03:06:22 EST ID:vpEo9AK9 No.4746994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I like percale sheets
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Ensign Samantha Wildman - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 03:31:19 EST ID:YbWvR5Gu No.4747003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
as long as they're absorbent. i produce a lot of strange fluids.
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Dome Ace Reuben - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 03:40:40 EST ID:B8apzLsv No.4747005 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4747003
You're saying you're a very moist sleeper?
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Edwin Salpeter - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 03:45:41 EST ID:lUk4B2Nt No.4747007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4747003

What likes tuffy? its a bit coarse but its super absorbent.

in all seriously though i think natural fibres like linen would be much more absornabnt than artificual fibres such as polyester.

That being said sleeping in polyester sheets can be pretty uncomfy, but linen sheets are surprisingly really comfy.
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Margaret Burbidge - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 03:57:38 EST ID:EYOnPYcb No.4747009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Usually the ones that you use in winter, it’s soft wool or flannel (but not fuzzy type) ,something like that and they are really thick and feel good like those small sheets you wrap babies in. Does anyone know what those are called? Jersey sheets are the best to cuddle women in, but can get annoying for daily use
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Sarina Douglas - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 06:21:20 EST ID:YuI+VglN No.4747031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Mine are faux satin eg nylon and the cost me £8 for a double sheet. There good cause they hide stains and cause of nylon if i fall asleep smoking then I'll die quicker. Sound reasoning if you ask me
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Alex Koslov - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 09:47:39 EST ID:ttAdwO2Q No.4747074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I can't even fathom paying 150 bucks for a set of sheets. Like, even if I made 100k more a year I would buy better video game products or drugs. Actually I'd get a hot tub before an expensive-ass set of sheets.
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Silas Skullfuck - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 09:52:59 EST ID:zP0FG9Mi No.4747076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747074

Basically this. Even if I had plenty of money to throw around stupid things, I wouldn't. I totally understand shelling out double, or even triple the money in order to buy a quality product that will last, versus the cheap things that break easily, but when comes to something like a bed sheet I don't see the point. Any regular sheet does the fuckin' job just fine.
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Juste Belmont - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 10:08:57 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4747084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747076
That is roughly triple how much an average set of bedsheets costs.
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Juste Belmont - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 10:12:40 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4747085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747076
Sorry didn't read your post properly. nb
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CedricCrattingwater.cbl - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 11:25:19 EST ID:Z807h6aw No.4747096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4747076

But dude, you spend 1/3 of your life sleeping. That's not a trivial amount of time.
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Silas Skullfuck - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 11:37:20 EST ID:zP0FG9Mi No.4747098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4747096

You're fixin' to spend the rest of your life sleepin' if ya catch muh drift, chief.
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Shit Bandlemot - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 12:29:22 EST ID:qbMCkbXR No.4747111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747096
Rich people get rich by not wasting money (and leeching off of others in many cases). I don't know what regular sheets are made out of. Cotton or something. But I've had the same ones for years and i feel fine. Mattresses on the other hand make a big difference. I have a memory foam type mattress and my back feels way better than sleeping on my old one.
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CedricCrattingwater.cbl - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 12:40:42 EST ID:Z807h6aw No.4747113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747111
Most "regular" sheets are mostly plastic with a little bit of cotton peppered in. Also, buying cheap disposable shit is a suckers game. Just put in a little bit of effort to maintain your investment and you'll get more bang for your buck than buying low-quality junk over and over and over and over again. Also, "rich people get rich by not wasting money" is bullshit. Rich people get rich by having an income that far out exceeds their needs. Nobody's getting rich by skimping on their bed sheets. Nobody.
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Albert Cresslenune - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 12:46:57 EST ID:blj1ib4x No.4747117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dark bed sheets are disgusting, you're just hiding gross stains
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Silas Skullfuck - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 13:05:06 EST ID:zP0FG9Mi No.4747120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747113

Dude, we're talking about bedsheets here. Cheap-o bedsheets from Walmart will easily last you twenty fuckin' years. There's no reason to blow exorbitant amounts of money on something like bedsheets when cheap bedsheets do just fine.

However, if you're talking about something like a coffee maker or a blender, yes try to buy an expensive, quality one that will not break in the first year.

But bedsheets? It's just a square of cloth. They also happen to clearly state the materials used on the tag. None of my bedsheets have plastic in them, and yes they are the cheap kind that you would find at Walmart.
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Jerry Lynn - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 13:05:17 EST ID:m16oFrTe No.4747121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747117
Hmm, noted...
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Pyramid King Shitting - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 13:06:06 EST ID:H4tLMe7e No.4747122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747117
This.
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CarolineSobberbury.xcf - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 13:10:59 EST ID:li968klp No.4747124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747120
you're being super dismissive of bedsheets like its something that's not worth a quality investment but they do get dirty, washed, worn and tear like any other fabric item

personally I sleep naked so how it feels on my skin is super important for quality sleep and quality of life in general
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Silas Skullfuck - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 13:16:07 EST ID:zP0FG9Mi No.4747127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747124

Alright Mr. Baby skin. Well, I'm a super tough bad ass, and I sleep on a bed of nails with a sheet woven out of pine cones and and alligator skin. If I'm feeling like something more soft I use a sheet of 120 grit sandpaper.
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Duff Goldman - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 13:25:33 EST ID:/yH+o7u9 No.4747130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747127
0/10
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Silas Skullfuck - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 13:37:34 EST ID:zP0FG9Mi No.4747134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4747130

Okay, perhaps that was just a joke, but if someone seriously givez a fuck THAT HARD about, "muh bedsheets," then they're pretty damn pathetic. Like, holy shit I live in a world full of panzy ass chumps.
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Pyramid King Esther - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 13:54:41 EST ID:/HggLnn4 No.4747138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If I want to get something nice, I'll drop $30 or so on 400 thread count Egyptian cotton sateen sheets for the summer, or $15 brushed cotton flannelette for the winter. If you've got enough money, get yourself a nice goose down duvet inner, and for the cover look for similar materials as your choice of sheets. I like firm latex chip pillows with fluffy feather pillows on top, but try memory foam if you can afford them, with real silk pillowcases or if you like it smooth, charmeuse satin. Add a soft plush mink blanket and you're ready to sleep like a queen.
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CedricCrattingwater.cbl - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 13:59:07 EST ID:Z807h6aw No.4747139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747120
>$150
>exorbitant amounts of money

Is this the 1950s? WTF.

And no, it's not just square cloth. Threadcount matters as well material. Do the have polyester? Then yes, they are in fact fucking plastic, will probably scratch you up and cause you to overheat in the summer and freeze in the winter due to how poorly they manage thermals. There is a huge difference between peasant-quality, thin ass, low-threadcount, polyester sheet and sheets that are of actual quality. Congratulations, you bought sheets that are barely better than hay. go use the money saved so you can buy an extra burger at McDonalds.
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T'Pol - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 14:26:20 EST ID:2anHUas3 No.4747144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Only a faggot spends over a bill on sheets and comforter. You can get a good set for like $50-80 that's cotton.
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Pokémon Breeder Fuck - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 19:04:39 EST ID:irUxi84z No.4747266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4746991
linen, never going back bro, fullheartedly recommend you buy those sheets, bro.
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George Hale - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 22:22:44 EST ID:6Gd/VMVb No.4747325 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4747139

>My thread count!
>Won't somebody please think about my thread count!
>My tender loins!
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Anne Burrell - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 22:28:22 EST ID:OlDzdMQn No.4747326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
high thread counts Egyptian cotton
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Wetback Gomezington - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 22:05:22 EST ID:lUk4B2Nt No.4747721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747266

Thanks for the advice! i went in store the day i posted this thread and touched the ones they had on display and i havent been able to stop thinking about them all week and i look at my current bedsheets and i feel like i could do so much better.

Also to all th epeople saying $150 is expensive, thats half of their original price, the store is having a sale, i got a nice purse for $40 reduced from $120 and a bunch of plates which were $20 each orignally for $5 each.

Why spend money on video games and things that are consumable when you can buy plates that last forever and you use every single day. like how often do you play call of duty or whatever game you play and do you play it more often than you sleep and eat?
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JennyWenkindock.wsz - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 23:05:04 EST ID:xiNFj+an No.4747746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4747721
This isn't hobby lobby or another store where nearly everything is marked up by like 33-300%, then has a sale for 25-75% off, is it?
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Samantha Meatflap - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 23:17:26 EST ID:kHHR4HEL No.4747751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747138
Fag
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Guy Fieri - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 00:40:21 EST ID:/HggLnn4 No.4747779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>4747751
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Sophie Bullyfield - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 00:45:58 EST ID:BHR3pcth No.4747781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747746
Every store does that.

>Wastes a bunch of money.
>"Look how much money I saved!"
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Friedrich von Struve - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 00:55:02 EST ID:E0x8KwQY No.4747783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
linen can be kind of scratchy. If I were going to drop $150 on some sheets I'd get some nice egyptian cotton ones
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Wetback Gomezington - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 00:59:59 EST ID:lUk4B2Nt No.4747786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747746

Nah its just a store that sells expensive shit and is struggling to survive in a world where less and less people are becoming middle class and opt for lower quality but cheaper items.
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Kayron - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 01:21:52 EST ID:U/xCPVlX No.4747795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I recently purchased a set of bamboo rayon sheets for my summer bedding, and let me tell you they are the most comfortable sheets I have ever used. For winter I stick to high thread count jersey cotton which is also amazing and the best winter time bedding I've ever used. As I believe it's important to have different bedding for winter and summer, unless you live somewhere with no season change, I'm recommending those two fabrics.
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Tom Hanks - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 03:17:43 EST ID:cDP5DTYA No.4747811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747266
Wait, why wasn't she wearing pants in the first place?
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Jimmy Superfly Snuka - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 09:21:30 EST ID:Z807h6aw No.4747896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747795
I cannont stand Jersey knit sheets. There's a weird clingy-ness about it that makes it feel like you're wrapped in a wet blanket without it being wet.
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Leon Black - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 09:31:20 EST ID:nJkrco7e No.4747902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4747811
Nobody wears pants in the first place


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