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When Bedroom Furniture Attack!

When Bedroom Furniture Attack

Sometimes life is hard. Things don’t always go as peachy as you would like them to. Sometimes bedroom furniture attack, and it’s no laughing matter! People suffer very real bedroom injuries due to violent outbursts from bloodthirsty bedroom furniture!

I’ve been scouring Twitter for all the (family-friendly) bedroom injuries reported throughout the last 24 hours in an attempt to identify the most dangerous item of bedroom furniture, and what we can do to sensibly protect ourselves when we are in the bedroom.

Chest of Drawers Injuries on Twitter

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Bedside Tables Injuries on Twitter

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Wardrobe Injuries on Twitter

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Bed Injuries on Twitter

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Dresser Injuries on Twitter

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The Most Dangerous Item of Bedroom Furniture

Let’s take a look at the scoreboard….

Bedroom Furniture Injuries

According to Twitter, in the past 24 hours, dressers have been the most dangerous item of furniture in the bedroom! With 57.14% of reported dresser injuries being to the head or face, if your head or face is already in pain from a recent trauma involving other furniture or anything else, you might want to take extra care distancing your face from your dresser when you are in the comfort of your bedroom. In fact, you might just want to wear a helmet as nearly half of all bedroom injuries were to the face and head.

As for your arms and elbows, feel free to swing them around as much as you want! Your legs and feet on the other hand… Remember to walk responsibly when in your bedroom and watch your toes on the edges of your bedroom furniture. Your legs and feet should be fine around chests of drawers, bedside tables and wardrobes – but be extra careful around your bed and dresser!

Bedrooms are dangerous places. Goodbye and good luck!