When you get back from work or school, sit down and think calmly about the places you’ve been during the day, from the time you left in the morning until you got home. You’ve probably been on public transport, had lunch in a cafeteria, met some friends in a bar, and took a taxi back home. In the process, you’ve handled dollar bills and coins. So, if someone asks you not to sit on their bed in your outside clothes, don’t be offended.
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#5 Tons of germs
Your clothes and bag have been placed on different surfaces all throughout the day—cafes, taxis, bars—just to name a few. You don’t know who sat there before you. These places could be teeming with germs. You don’t want to catch them, would you?
#4 Your bed is the place for peace and comfort
The last thing you want on your bed is a zillion germs. The bed is your sanctuary, where you daydream, read a book, cuddle with your partner, and fall asleep. Why defile it?
#3 Your PJs should be clean
Don’t go to bed in PJs you’ve worn while traveling in on a plane. The plane seats are a hotbed of germs. You don’t know who sat there before you or what was kept on your seat.
#2 Take a bath before going to bed
It will help you relax and keep your bed clean. Wash away all the sweat and germs you accumulated throughout the day and get a clean feeling before going to sleep.
#1 Make it a house rule
Not sitting on the bed in outside clothes should be made into a house rule. Have it written and framed somewhere your guests can see and understand. Ask them to consider having the same rule in their home too.
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