53 Bed Quotes That Are Freaky And Perfect For A Great Night

Bed

The bed is an intimate place. It keeps all your secrets for the night and patiently awaits for you as you go about your day. Having a comfy bed will help you have a good night's sleep. However, if your bed is not quite comfortable, you may have restless nights and even wake up tired or with body aches.

Try to have a comfortable bed that will take away all your cares whenever you go to sleep. Invest in a good mattress and pillow. Everyone deserves a good night's sleep after a long day, and you do too.

Remember to start your day by making your bed. It's a good habit that helps you carry on the rest of the day responsibly. You will feel like you have accomplished the first task of the day and you can easily go about accomplishing even bigger things.

Here are bed quotes to make your day from NSFW to not-so-NSFW. Enjoy!

Bed Quotes

I decided to stay in bed until noon. Maybe by then half the world would be dead and it would only be half as hard to take.

I decided to stay in bed until noon. Maybe by then half the world would be dead and it would only be half as hard to take.

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The only thing I want to do for my entire life – it is to lie next to you naked and talk about everything in this world.

The only thing I want to do for my entire life – it is to lie next to you naked and talk about everything in this world.

The best thing about the bedroom was the bed. I liked to stay in bed for hours, even during the day with covers pulled up to my chin. It was good in there, nothing ever occurred in there, no people, nothing.

The best thing about the bedroom was the bed. I liked to stay in bed for hours, even during the day with covers pulled up to my chin. It was good in there, nothing ever occurred in there, no people, nothing.

and you invented me and I invented you and that's why we don't get along on this bed any longer. you were the world's greatest invention until you flushed me away. now it's your turn to wait for the touch of the handle. somebody will do it to you, bitch, and if they don't you will - mixed with your own green or yellow or white or blue or lavender goodbye.

and you invented me
and I invented you
and that’s why we don’t
get along
on this bed
any longer.
you were the world’s
greatest invention
until you
flushed me
away.

now it’s your turn
to wait for the touch
of the handle.
somebody will do it
to you,
bitch,
and if they don’t
you will –
mixed with your own
green or yellow or white
or blue
or lavender
goodbye.

I was 50 years old and hadn't been to bed with a woman for four years. I had no women friends. I looked at them as I passed them on the streets or wherever I saw them, but I looked at them without yearning and with a sense of futility. I masturbated regularly, but the idea of having a relationship with a woman - even on non-sexual terms - was beyond my imagination.

I was 50 years old and hadn’t been to bed with a woman for four years. I had no women friends. I looked at them as I passed them on the streets or wherever I saw them, but I looked at them without yearning and with a sense of futility. I masturbated regularly, but the idea of having a relationship with a woman – even on non-sexual terms – was beyond my imagination.

Lydia came back to bed. We didn't kiss each other. We weren't going to have sex. I felt weary. I listened to the crickets. I don't know how much time went by. I was almost asleep, not quite, when Lydia suddenly sat straight up in bed. And she screamed. It was a loud scream. "What is it?" I asked. "Be quiet." I waited. Lydia sat there without moving, for what seemed to be about ten minutes. Then she fell back on her pillow. "I saw God," she said, "I just saw God." "Listen, you bitch, you are going to drive me crazy!"

Lydia came back to bed. We didn’t kiss each other. We weren’t going to have sex. I felt weary. I listened to the crickets. I don’t know how much time went by. I was almost asleep, not quite, when Lydia suddenly sat straight up in bed. And she screamed. It was a loud scream.
“What is it?” I asked.
“Be quiet.”
I waited. Lydia sat there without moving, for what seemed to be about ten minutes. Then she fell back on her pillow.
“I saw God,” she said, “I just saw God.”
“Listen, you bitch, you are going to drive me crazy!”

To have you in bed with me, hearing your breathing, feeling your hands and smelling the scent of your hair is a miracle for me.

To have you in bed with me, hearing your breathing, feeling your hands and smelling the scent of your hair is a miracle for me.

We are not afraid to look under the bed, or to wash the sheets; we know that life is messy. We know that somebody has to clean it up, and that only if it is cleaned up can we hope to start over, and get better.

We are not afraid to look under the bed, or to wash the sheets; we know that life is messy. We know that somebody has to clean it up, and that only if it is cleaned up can we hope to start over, and get better.

I got into bed, opened the bottle, worked the pillow into a hard knot behind my back, took a deep breath, and sat in the dark looking out of the window. It was the first time I had been alone for five days. I was a man who thrived on solitude; without it I was like another man without food or water. Each day without solitude weakened me. I took no pride in my solitude; but I was dependent on it. The darkness of the room was like sunlight to me. I took a drink of wine.

I got into bed, opened the bottle, worked the pillow into a hard knot behind my back, took a deep breath, and sat in the dark looking out of the window. It was the first time I had been alone for five days. I was a man who thrived on solitude; without it I was like another man without food or water. Each day without solitude weakened me. I took no pride in my solitude; but I was dependent on it. The darkness of the room was like sunlight to me. I took a drink of wine.

When I can't sleep at night- I stare at the empty side of my bed, and wonder about the things I would tell you, if you were laying next to me.

When I can’t sleep at night-
I stare at the empty side of my bed,
and wonder about the things
I would tell you,
if you were laying next to me.

Too much had happened that night, too much had happened before that night, and so too much climbed into bed with them, sat heavily upon them, and kept them up and thinking, even if they did not say the things they were thinking to each other.

Too much had happened that night, too much had happened before that night, and so too much climbed into bed with them, sat heavily upon them, and kept them up and thinking, even if they did not say the things they were thinking to each other.

He had to take sleep by surprise. Preparing for bed simply alerted insomnia, brought all the busy thoughts, the renegade remorses and guilts and recriminations.

He had to take sleep by surprise. Preparing for bed simply alerted insomnia, brought all the busy thoughts, the renegade remorses and guilts and recriminations.

The monsters were never under my bed. Because the monsters were inside my head. I fear no monsters, for no monsters I see. Because all this time the monster has been me.

The monsters were never
under my bed.
Because the monsters
were inside my head.

I fear no monsters,
for no monsters I see.
Because all this time
the monster has been me.

All I want is this night to end, But this insomnia keeps me awake Till the sunlight shines on my bed and the thoughts die in my head.

All I want is this night to end,
But this insomnia keeps me awake
Till the sunlight shines on my bed
and the thoughts die in my head.

Del: I had no idea those beer cans were going to blow like that. Neal: You left them on a vibrating bed, what did you think was gonna happen? Del: It's been a long day. It just - it just didn't occur to me. Neal: It didn't occur to you; so, I have to sleep in a puddle of beer!

Del: I had no idea those beer cans were going to blow like that.
Neal: You left them on a vibrating bed, what did you think was gonna happen?
Del: It’s been a long day. It just – it just didn’t occur to me.
Neal: It didn’t occur to you; so, I have to sleep in a puddle of beer!

“I feel ill,” he announced. “I’m going to bed, where I may die.” He tottered piteously to the stairs. “Bury me beside Mrs. Pentstemmon,” he croaked as he went up then to bed.

“I feel ill,” he announced. “I’m going to bed, where I may die.” He tottered piteously to the stairs. “Bury me beside Mrs. Pentstemmon,” he croaked as he went up then to bed.

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