You know, sometimes I have the naive audacity to think certain topics are universally agreed upon and aren't up for debate. But then, I venture onto the internet, where I'm reminded that even a low-stakes topic can spawn the most heated argument with fiery passion.
I stumbled into this discussion with one fact as my guiding light of truth: two pillows is the correct amount. Some people agreed with my correct opinion:
"Any answer that isn’t two is wild."
"Two. I prefer having my head a little propped up and two pillows just feels more comfy."
"Two. One under your head, and one to snuggle."
But, alas, some dark souled individuals make the conscious and concerning decision to sleep with just one, lone pillow fighting for its life. I just know in my heart that this can't be ideal for optimal comfy-coziness:
While I was still grappling with the reality of single pillow sleepers, I was hit with the news that there's an even more unnerving group of heathens who choose not only to sleep with one pillow, but one flat pillow:
"One. And it's a flat pillow."
"[One pillow] so flat that I could get by with folding up a bath towel and sticking it in a pillowcase."
But nothing prepared me for the fact that some people prefer to sleep with NO pillow AT ALL? They say that it's...more...comfortable?? I'm extremely skeptical, but they insist:
As I slowly back away in fear from the zero pillow people, I'd like to take a moment to say that the luxurious slumberers could be onto something with their multiple cushion comfort, but it feels like overkill to me:
Sure, it sounds cozy in theory to snooze in a pile of pillows, but I'd feel overcrowded and stressfully kick them off the bed in the middle of the night. I'm not the only one who thinks this bed-to-pillow ratio sounds out of whack:
"TBH, that sounds like a fire hazard."
"The thread is disturbing me. So many people sleep with so many pillows."
"Honestly, what do people need that many pillows for?"