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actofdog 8 Feb 23
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Earthquakes taught me to keep the robe on the bed where I can easily reach it...and shoes at the side.

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Meh.
I got nothing they ain't seen before.

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And wear cotton or wool. Stay away from polyester PJ's.

beenthere Level 6 Feb 23, 2019
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Just keep something to throw on near the bed.
Problem solved.

KKGator Level 9 Feb 23, 2019

Preferably a bucket of fire retardant.

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An old man once told me, when you get married, buy a nice set of PJs, fold them up and set them beside the bed in case you ever have to leave the house they are right there.

glennlab Level 9 Feb 23, 2019

That was me.

@phxbillcee You're not an old man to me

@glennlab It's the weight of the world that has done it to me, son. (sigh) But, I soldier on. (another sigh)

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At least have them within reach!

phxbillcee Level 9 Feb 23, 2019

Along with your essential bag containing birth certificate, passport, wallet and cards, phone, computer backup SSD, irreplaceable photos, will and spectacles prescription.

Oh and all required prosthesis like legs, arms, teeth etc.

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