Sleeping Without Clothes

This group is for anyone that enjoy to sleep without any kind of clothes,whether in winter or in summer, completely naked here is your place.

I have slept nude for nearly 5 decades now. So far I have not had to flee my bedroom for an emergency. I was wondering if there are those
out there who have been chased from their beds by a fire alarm or tornado siren or some other emergency.

I do try to keep my Crocs right beside my bed and my glasses on the night stand. I think I would slip on shoes and restore my eyesight before
I grabbed for clothes.

Any other thoughts about what to do if such a rude awakening occurred?

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I worked for an airline for over 30 years and spent thousands of nights in hotel rooms. Ive been given keys to occupied rooms several times and have walked in on people before. Also have been walked in on a couple of times when I forgot to bolt the door. Front desk employees make mistakes!As a teen my family was traveling with another and we stayed an Orlando hotel. My friend used our room key for room 375 instead of 575 because he did not pay attention when he got off the elevator. He opened the door to an occupied room. He apologized and left. Then the last night of our stay one guy threw up in bed and the front desk would not give us new sheets. We used the pass key to find an empty room and stripped the sheets off the vacant bed.

We stayed at the Contemporary at Disney when our younger son was 7. He threw up in the middle of the night. The front desk said that they didn't have access to the linen closet and housekeeping wouldn't be back until 7. Surprisingly poor service for a deluxe hotel at a resort that boasts of accommodating guests.

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Although that situation has never come up -- for meI worked for an airline for over 30 years and spent thousands of nights in hotel rooms. Ive been given keys to occupied rooms several times and have walked in on people before. Also have been walked in on a couple of times when I forgot to bolt the door. Front desk employees make mistakes!As a teen my family was traveling with another and we stayed an Orlando hotel. My friend used our room key for room 375 instead of 575 because he did not pay attention when he got off the elevator. He opened the door to an occupied room. He apologized and left. Then the last night of our stay one guy threw up in bed and the front desk would not give us new sheets. We used the pass key to find an empty room and stripped the sheets off the vacant bed.We stayed at the Contemporary at Disney when our younger son was 7. He threw up in the middle of the night. The front desk said that they didn't have access to the linen closet and housekeeping wouldn't be back until 7. Surprisingly poor service for a deluxe hotel at a resort that boasts of accommodating guests.I always assumed that fresh linens were available all the time. How absurd that hotel staff could not provide clean sheets anytime day or night when they were needed.

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