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Sleeping on possible Granite Possible

Posted by ranosb (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 15, 12 at 22:03

My wife likes to sleep alone since her constant moving, and has been sleeping on the living room floor with a 2 1/2" foam mattress on the floor.

I was wondering if the floor looks like it could be granite, and if there was any health hazards to her doing this?
Thank you :)

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RE: Sleeping on possible Granite Possible

Yes, it could be granite or marble. There is no health hazard, aside from the aches and pains that sleeping on the floor will cause. Get a king sized bed or two twins joined by a king headboard to encourage your wife to sleep more comfortably. Or, attend to that halitosis and BO issue that drives her out.


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RE: Sleeping on possible Granite Possible

I asked readers here about the hazards of granite floors and you make a derogatory remark about personal hygiene when I mentioned she moves around when she sleeps so this is the reason we don't sleep together, and our age?


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