Top 5 Places to Sleep in Public
We’ve all done it at some point in our lives. Raise your hand if you’re thinking, “Not me,” and I’ll prove you wrong. Before the age of one, all we do is sleep in public. See. What did I tell you? Now that we have that out of the way let’s address some of the Top 5 Places to Sleep in Public.
5. Under a tree in a park
On a beautiful day after a satisfying picnic, it’s nearly impossible to resist the urge to take a nap. Our bellies are full. The sun warms faces. The serotonin-induced combination makes being a little drowsy unavoidable. So, find some shade and put your hands behind your head for a well-deserved snooze.
4. The mall in the middle of the workweek
Not many of us end up in the mall during the workweek. But if you’re retired, and you and the spouse do everything together, you might find a comfy seat to wait out a shopping spree.
3. Reference aisle of the library
Late nights of studying or doing research combined with partying or caring for family add up. The quiet, temperature-controlled reference library offers soft light and very few interruptions. Curl up with an ergonomically appropriate book to prop your head up on, and you’ll show the world how to burn the candle at both ends successfully.
2. Last pew in church during services
If you didn’t find time to use the reference library, this is what will happen. When your usually inspiring and eloquent pastor becomes long-winded and you’ve had a long week and a late night, nodding off in church is inevitable. Of course, if you’re under the age of 5, this is seen as cute.
1. A theater showing old silent movies or a documentary on space
While the stories might be mesmerizing, we all know that we sleep better when the air is cool, and the room is dark and quiet. So, use your popcorn bag as a pillow and try not to snore. You might disturb the other movie-goers.