Chemistry between the sheets? I'd call it combustible.
Sharing a bed with your partner can be a revealing exercise about what we're truly capable of as human beings.
When it's 4 AM and you're hovering over your snoring partner with a pillow, wondering how much force to apply to do the job without making it look like a struggle, you learn essential truths about yourself.
Granted, most couples probably aren't trying to make their partner fall asleep forever. Clandestine murder aside, sharing a bed can actually be pretty rad for the most part. But it's not without its struggles.
As any generic sitcom will tell you, there's an eternal struggle over the state of the blanket, but that's not even the tip of the iceberg. Sharing a bed with your partner can have consequences that range from irritating (blanket hog) to downright terrifying (talking in their sleep).
You don't know fear until you've been awoken in the middle of the night by your partner mumbling what your half-asleep brain will surely interpret as incantations. And sometimes, it feels like it was easier being a kid, when a monster under the bed was the only inconvenience you had to account for.
1. On a cold night, the blanket is more contested than the Gaza Strip.