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Couple reveals they don't have a favorite side of the bed and the internet refuses to believe them

Angelina and Skyler Murphy, a couple famous for sharing videos about home renovation on TikTok, are now going viral because of their unique sleep arrangement.

Couple reveals they don't have a favorite side of the bed and the internet refuses to believe them
Cover Image Source: TikTok/@renovatingourhome

The internet is a surprising place, with thousands of people expressing different opinions on countless topics. So, coming across certain things that completely confuse us is bound to happen. Such new information also makes us wonder if the way we had been practicing or carrying out activities was correct or if we were just too comfortable in the monotony. Case in point - a couple on TikTok has taken the Internet by storm by revealing that they have no fixed sides on the bed. Angelina Murphy - who goes on the platform by @renovatingourhome - posted a video admitting that she and her husband, Skyler, have an interesting sleep arrangement. 

Image Source: TikTok/@
renovatingourhome
Image Source: TikTok/@renovatingourhome

 

Murphy left a significant section of users on TikTok and other social media platforms amazed when she acknowledged that she and her husband have no designated side to sleep on. Each night, they either switch sides or just randomly choose one and that is it. It was a little uncomfortable to imagine for some (as per comments) but it indeed seems to be working for the couple. Murphy then went on to ask her followers on TikTok if her sleep arrangement with Skyler was actually crazy or if it was just their friends making a big deal out of nothing. Well, most of the viewers sided with Murphy's friends but some also backed the couple's idea of sharing a bed. 


 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Angelina Murphy (@_renovatingourhome)


 

 

Murphy also had an explanation for why she and her husband opt for that specific sleep arrangement, "We do not have a regular side of the bed that we sleep on. Last night, I slept on that side and then the night before, for like, two or three nights in a row, I slept on this side. It's never discussed. We just randomly pick a side when we go to sleep." 


 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Angelina Murphy (@_renovatingourhome)


 

 

Ever since the couple made the revelation, their video went viral on the internet with over one million views and thousands of comments. "You mean to tell me you just go through life every day not knowing what side of the bed you’re sleeping on that night?! WHAT?!" commented @jennyatesfoley while @notjordanjohnson wrote: "I think I'm even more surprised that you found each other and are both okay with this." @ashhefkey hilariously noted: "I live alone and I have a side of the bed."

Soon enough, the couple made a follow-up video as well. The purpose was to answer the internet's baffling questions. Addressing the questions about if they don't have nightstands on their particular sides, they said that they did not use any nightstands. Secondly, since they have matching phone chargers on both sides, it makes things easier. And thirdly (and most cutely), their two cats switch sides with them.

Image Source: TikTok/@renovatingourhome
Image Source: TikTok/@renovatingourhome

 

While they remain super confused as to why exactly the internet is obsessing over their sleep arrangements, they are confident that it works perfectly for them. In another video, Murphy mentioned how her viral video featured her story in Insider. Not only that but also the outlet talked to a relationship expert who called their sleep arrangement a "green flag," which is quite beneficial for couples. There is proof that a relationship can quickly unravel when both partners want the same side of the bed and one has to then compromise. So, it seems like the way around these sleep patterns is to find a partner who gets you and your sleep arrangements.

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