unluckychick answered Saturday December 23 2006, 12:54 am: In my opinion taking a nap on the couch with your boyfriend is perfectly harmless, and it's not as though you guys are doing anything wrong, your sleeping. As for a perent's point of view, depending on if your using blankets it could decieve at first glance that it's only a nap. I suggest that you make sure that it looks exectly like what it is; a nap. Then it should be fine.:]♥
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cailoisa answered Friday December 22 2006, 7:11 pm: I see no problem with it, especially if it's in an open place, like the living room.
However, your mom probably wouldn't agree.
Once I had a severe allergy attack at my boyfriend's house. I was in extreme pain. We fell asleep on the couch with my head in his lap, because all I wanted to do was sleep it off. His mom was fine with that, but he was really uncomfortable. So he asked if we could nap in a bed with the door open, and she flipped out. I was heavily drugged with allergy medicine and in extreme pain, and she still wouldn't let us nap in bed together. Geez.
devilspawn_666 answered Friday December 22 2006, 6:07 pm: Coming from a young person (18 years old), I see nothing wrong with taking a nap on the sofa with your boy/girlfriend. It's really not that big of a deal as long as it's JUST a nap and not anything more sexual than that. I was raised in a fairly strict household where things like that weren't allowed, so I think that your mom would probably get mad about it. She probably thinks that napping together on the couch will lead to more sexual behavior. [ devilspawn_666's advice column | Ask devilspawn_666 A Question ]
karenR answered Friday December 22 2006, 4:59 pm: I don't think your mom would agree with it either.
I suppose if she allowed you to lie around together when you are awake in full view of other family members there would be nothing wrong with it.
LagunaBabe answered Friday December 22 2006, 4:46 pm: I personally, see no wrong in this as long as that's only what you're doing. However, your mom may feel differently about this, because some mothers would not agree. But again, in my opinion, there's absolutely nothing wrong with it, as long as you're only taking a nap on the sofa, and there isn't anything else going on there. [ LagunaBabe's advice column | Ask LagunaBabe A Question ]
MelLeDisko answered Friday December 22 2006, 4:36 pm: I personally don't think anything's the matter with this. It's just two people sleeping on the couch, doing nothing to eachother and just being comfortable in their home.
Now, I could see why your mother'd be concerned if you two were to say like, under the sheets in your bed or something, cause that might lead to other ideas in her mind, but the sofa? Harmless, I say.
t0xicParadiSe answered Friday December 22 2006, 4:11 pm: Personally, I don't find anything wrong with that, but you're right. some mothers wouldn't agree because they would go straight to thinking the wrong thing. Especially if they have little trust in their son/daughter or their boyfriend/girlfriend.
Elcee answered Friday December 22 2006, 2:39 pm: I can't see there being a problem with having a nap on the sofa with your boyfriend/girlfriend. Where is the harm in relaxing together in full view of the home? If I found my daughter or son asleep on the sofa with their partner it wouldn't bother me in the least. If I found them both tucked up in bed, that would be another matter altogether. Hope this answers your question. [ Elcee's advice column | Ask Elcee A Question ]
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