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Nest bed

inspiration from the birds
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Speaking from personal experience Ive always been dissatisfied with the conventional western mattress. Ive always been envious of the birds, they look like they've got it figured out, what could be more cozy then a nest? So I would like to see a rise in the more natural approach in sleeping. By scavenging around for small twigs and straw to construct your very own nest for your home I think we could cut down on a growing trend in insomnia.
Furi Kuri, Nov 29 2007


       Nest is equivalent of home not bed, but still I liked the idea.
can1073, Nov 29 2007

       Yey, more deforestation.   

       There is a part of me that wishes you were a Curie instead of a Kuri. Or possibly, a Hara-kiri instead of a Furi Kuri. It is actually quite a large part...
4whom, Nov 29 2007

       During a summer in Iowa and in between bouts of moving stacks of hay bails, I have attempted to curl up in stray and get some sleep and other than the inherant warmth provided by decomposing green hay, I can't say it's all that comfortable and rather itchy, especially straw.
MisterQED, Nov 29 2007

       what nests lack (mainly) is a roof but hey welcome Furi.
po, Nov 29 2007

       Daft, but scratchy.
xenzag, Nov 29 2007

       yeah, kind of cute, but ouch on the sticks.
sp: inspiration
xandram, Nov 29 2007

       Forget the twigs and straw; too much dust. Bag up a whole bunch of lint peelings from the dryer filter.
RayfordSteele, Dec 07 2007


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