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    That is by far has to be the most uncomfortable way to sleep i have every seen. I would of just slept in the chair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    It most be the warmth of the "Hello Kitty" sleeping bag.

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    He may be a little smarter than we are giving him credit for.

    After a 'few too many cold ones', this is where he would probably end up anyway. So he's just taking the uncomfortable travel part out of it! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    It most be the warmth of the "Hello Kitty" sleeping bag.

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    More beer, less gear.
    Im totally into it.

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    That's incredible! I have a good friend who routinely sleeps w/out even a pad under him and swears he is comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deerfu39 View Post
    lmbo! This fool could sleep on a bed of gravel
    A bed of gravel might be more comfortable. At least you can move around and get the gravel where you want it, kinda form fitting. His sleeping choice looks so painful. I'd imbibe too just so I could fall asleep if I had to sleep on the ground like that.

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    My youngest son (we call him "Idiot son") can do that. But as he has nearly no body mass, he's not actually pushing on the ground all that hard: 5' 10" & about 98 Lbs, yea, when he takes off his shirt he disappears, cause that tee is what gives him mass.

    Has my lack of sensitivity to cold, so,,,,,,,, lets say a Hello Kity quilt would do for him too.
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    Wow. I had to sleep on the ground for two night's this summer during Boy Scout camp (the other 4 I hammocked) and the experience reminded me how much I HATE sleeping on the ground. Even with a pad, I can never get comfortable. The ground is just so flat and hard and it just doesn't work for me. At this point, a bed is still more comfortable, but my hammock has been a god-send for camping as I enjoy all other points besides the ground.

    Bed>Hammock (Barely) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>floor of house>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>ground outside.
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    That ground looks so comfortable...not !
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