Is Dinner in Bed Trending?

By Kali Shulklapper  |  Jun 15, 2016
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Don’t get us wrong, we love our breakfast in bed. But the more meals in bed, the merrier.

Nothing saves money like staying in bed.

Going out to breakfast can be as cheap as a $5 bacon, egg, and cheese or $7 pastry and a coffee. Going out to dinner can be as expensive as a $15 slice of lasagna or $25 steak. It makes way more sense to stay in, get dinner delivery, or whip up a quick bowl of pasta.

There’s no dress code.

Going to a fancy dinner requires you to put product in your hair and iron a shirt. Dinner in bed requires nothing more than sweatpants.

You’ll have more time to catch up on your favorite show.

Seriously, who has time to go out to dinner and stay up to date with Game of Thrones. Dinner in bed can kill two birds with one stone, and keep your friends from spoiling all the drama.

You’ll get Instagram fame.

Everyone knows that a brightly colored cup of orange juice and a heaping pile of pancakes are aesthetically pleasing when placed a-top clean white linens. Been there, ate that. Swap those pancakes out for a big, juicy burger and your dinner in bed will be so novel, it’ll rack up more Likes than your friend’s brunch.

Wine in bed makes way more sense than coffee.

As long as you don’t get it on your sheets! While coffee in bed is a go-to, it can actually be counter-productive. Studies show that a glass or two of red wine is good for you, so you’ll be treating yourself in more ways than one. When you feel the warm, fuzzy feeling set in — you’ll be exactly where you belong.

It’s an excuse to get into bed earlier.

Getting into bed earlier means getting to sleep earlier. Need we say more?


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