Have you ever slept on a water bed

@wolfie34 (26877)
United Kingdom
November 15, 2006 4:40am CST
What's it like?
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39 responses
@crat68 (109)
• United States
15 Nov 06
i love waterbeds thay are so cool to sleep on i sleep like a babby on one the summer thay are nice and cool and in the winter thay are worm
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@wolfie34 (26877)
• United Kingdom
23 Nov 06
Thank you very much for your response.
@wolfie34 (26877)
• United Kingdom
23 Nov 06
Thank you very much for your response.
@brokentia (10396)
• United States
23 Nov 06
I had a water bed for a few years. But my partner and I argued over the water temperature. He liked it warm than I. So I was always complaining I was hot. We finally agreed to get rid of it.
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@wolfie34 (26877)
• United Kingdom
23 Nov 06
LOL, not as if you could make one part of the bed warm the other cold! Thanks for your interesting reply.
• United States
23 Nov 06
It depends on which kind of waterbed that you get. the motionless kind, are easier to sleep on, due to the lack of motion. And it will take a little time to get used to, buit they are comfortable to sleep on.
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@wolfie34 (26877)
• United Kingdom
23 Nov 06
Thank for your reply, appreciated.
15 Nov 06
I've lied on a water bed but never slept on it. I would love to have one because when I tried the waterbed it was fantastic. My partner, however, doesn't want one because he thinks it's like lieing on a li-low on the sea and that's nauseating. I don't think so. It's marvellous!
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@wolfie34 (26877)
• United Kingdom
15 Nov 06
Thank you for your interesting reply. Appreciated
@alankw88 (274)
• Singapore
23 Nov 06
Yes, I slept once a time when I traveling to europe. Comfortable and good...
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@atbpa5 (663)
• United States
23 Nov 06
I love waterbeds...they are so warm in the winter and your body feels a lot better after sleeping on one. I wish I still had one...much better than regular beds
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@ability (692)
• China
15 Nov 06
No, I haven't. Is it very comfortable? I want to have a try.
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@twopence (311)
• France
15 Nov 06
Yes, it's rather comfy, but I prefer a classic bed.
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@farocop44 (449)
• Canada
24 Nov 06
I use to cause the ex loved it. I hated it. If the heat wasnt on the bed was cold and Id get sick, if the heat was on Id melt. when she got in bed Id bounce off the other side. The kids had fun though. made a great trampoline. also getting out was like exiting a pool, you had to climb up. man it sucked.
• Canada
24 Nov 06
oh yea then there was the noise of the bubbles when you moved. Try sneaking out of bed at night. good luck with that. Notice there arent many water bed stores around? wanna know why?
• United States
24 Nov 06
I hated it. It weighed too much and squiched everytime I turned on it.
@wolfie34 (26877)
• United Kingdom
24 Nov 06
'Things that go squelch in the night!' many thanks for your response, made me smile!
• China
25 Nov 06
no! but may be it is very interesting!
• China
25 Nov 06
no ! but may be it is very interesting!
@algrose (817)
• Canada
25 Nov 06
Ive slept on one before... I liked it.. but its kind of a pain sometimes lol
@jennyl (687)
• United States
25 Nov 06
iIt is like being on water. and it is wabbly. That is what i remember a water bed being like.
• Brazil
24 Nov 06
very wobbly, and takes a while for you to get used to it
@supremegod (1019)
• India
24 Nov 06
i did lie down on a water bed just for a while..
@pedumfio (667)
• Canada
24 Nov 06
yes, but that was about 18 years ago
@mellyoz (447)
• Australia
24 Nov 06
I have i didn't really like it made me feel a bit sea sick lol
• United States
24 Nov 06
Yeah and if I could afford one I would buy it. They are so comfortable. Its like sleeping on a cloud.
@jzcb87 (1801)
• United States
24 Nov 06
No, I don't like the way they feel. I've been on one.