"It looks like a tombstone bed" replies people to whether they would sleep on cement bed
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Beds are meant to be a comfortable place where you rest, dream and make memories! Beds, like everything else, are also moving with times to offer more than just the conventional benefits. For example, there are beds that massage and take you to heaven itself!
A few pictures of a new age bed gone wrong has been circulating on Twitter, stunning people by its tombstonic nature! While it's normal for beds to have solid bases, it seems that the creator of this bed took it a bit far by designing a tombstone big enough to place a matress!
We are very sure that you will "Rest in peace" on this bed @cassymash
Aowa this one is a tombstone 😂 @Thabza_sbanyoni
Kick it with you toes at night. Trust me you will see it was a bed idea to have a grave for a bed @Morena84182196
What are your thoughts on this? Would you sleep on this bed?
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