[Source] - Jennifer says she and her friends have “slumber parties, like, once a week.”
“I never know the end of the hangout,” Jennifer said about hanging out with her friends. The latest sleepover was one night before she did this interview, though that date is unclear.
She said, “My friend came over and it was not planned, but she ended up spending the night and we slept in my bed and my husband slept in our guest. He knows the drill.”
So a little debate here at the Reags household between myself and myself since my dog won't respond. Jennifer Lawrence has weekly sleepovers with her friends where her husband has to go sleep in a guest room. Is that a power move by her or a genius plan by him? Anyone that shares a bed knows it sucks. It's the worst. One person is always warm, one person is always cold. It doesn't matter if you're in a king sized bed, you can feel the other person moving around. You have to worry about snoring. There's so much that goes into sharing a bed with someone else. And if you share a bed with someone, you know that feeling when you get the bed to yourself, even if it's for an hour. Pure bliss.
On the flip side, there is nothing worse than not sleeping in your own bed. You get used to the mattress and pillows. You have your spot and you know exactly what I mean. That exact spot in the mattress that you're convinced is made out of your body frame. You just know where to lay and drift off to sleep immediately. Having to sleep somewhere else sucks, especially as you get older. Sure you can sleep anywhere when you're either 1) young or 2) a dad. But having to soberly sleep in another bed? No thank you.
Now because you clicked this blog, here's Jennifer Lawrence
Yeah, I'm still going genius plan. Getting to sleep in a bed alone, sleep right in the middle of that thing and spread out wins. Sorry, Jennifer Lawerence.