Getting a Good Night’s Sleep – Good Night and Tough Luck

Hilarious as always, Christoph Niemann illustrates in his graphical New York Times op-ed how getting a good night’s sleep is easier said than done, especially when you have a small bladder, mosquitoes that won’t go away, and a kid with nightmares. Enjoy.

I have yet to figure out the spooner’s dilemma:

spooning

[Thanks, Justin]

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