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Might be a bit annoying during late night activities, no? :eek:
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(Original post by Mad Caddie)
Might be a bit annoying during late night activities, no? :eek:
That ladder just screams: "Break Me!", or alternatively, "Break some of your limbs and your computer, when you fall off me after a drunken night out!".

If you don't plan on drinking or taking people back (and if your co-ordination is always up to scratch) - the bed's okay.
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Couldn't be doing with a bed like that myself, but if you're alright with that particular style, then that one looks fine, in my opinion.
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(Original post by mobb_theprequel)
That ladder just screams: "Break Me!", or alternatively, "Break some of your limbs and your computer, when you fall off me after a drunken night out!".

If you don't plan on drinking or taking people back (and if your co-ordination is always up to scratch) - the bed's okay.
With you all the way man.
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(Original post by goldenbarnes)
Couldn't be doing with a bed like that myself, but if you're alright with that particular style, then that one looks fine, in my opinion.
I guess its good for someone who uses it in a practical manner etc, but for a student, (average student), it may not be such a good idea.
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How tall are you? Cos if you're anything over about 5'4-5'5, you'll probs be too long for it.
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(Original post by Ellie4)
How tall are you? Cos if you're anything over about 5'4-5'5, you'll probs be too long for it.
Hehe, I've just noticed this...


"Top bunk not recommended for children under 6 years of age."


Is the ladder tall?!
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(Original post by Invisible)
I think it says that on most bunk beds.
Isn't there an implication that it's a children's bed?
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(Original post by Invisible)
mmm, I think it's for anyone really, my sister has a bunk bed and it says something about young children being advised not to use the top bunk.
Fair enough.

For the record, I've never slept in a remotely comfortable bunk bed - and I've slept in three.
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(Original post by Invisible)
Ahh, for those activities, a bunk bed isn't advisable.
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Nice but just remember that it might be difficult to get into it when you're drunk at night.
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I had a bed like that for college last year. It saved room for my roommate and I, but I would never want one otherwise.
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My little sister has one like that, she's only 13 and finds that she is getting too big for it! It'd prob be ok if you're small (e.g <5ft5) but you should buy a better mattress than the one it is supplied with.
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seems like a kiddies bed to me; and problematic when you think about grownup activities usually associated with beds.
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if dats one of de places ur happy to lose ur virginity ..innit :eek:
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well, its not like he's got much choice if he's living in a boxroom

as for getting jiggy with it, he is at his parents so am guessing there won't be a lot of opportunities anyway and he can use the other half's bed
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I would not say that those beds are strong enough to support two people! Me and a mate crashed on his bed one night after a party and the moment one of us moved we heard the boards breaking. And neither of us is very heavy. I spent the night kinda tipped down the edge of a bed, getting poked by the wooden slats. It wasn't comfy! And was fairly precarious, I must say. Hit my head on the ceiling everytime I tried to get up, too.

Good as space saving, just make sure it's a very sturdy bed if you're going to get one. Reinforce it if you plan for guests
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I'd pull the mattress onto the floor if you're expecting guests MUCH safer
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