The real question is, why don't they make king sized bunk beds?
actually they do make king size loft beds.
same age that you're too old for prison or the army
You're never too old for prison.
Well played, sir.
You're never too old if you want to have fun and save on space. I slept in one as an adult in my 30s when I went to a girlfriends weekend retreat.
When you're ready to sleep in the same bed with your significant other. <br />
We sleep in a queen size bed. <br />
And unless they make queen sized bunk beds.. we're just gonna have to stick with the one we have lol
you never become to old for bunk beds expescially when you're in prison :)
When you outweigh the recommended weight limit printed on the label that's usually clearly visible on the headboard of the top bunk fr<x>ame.
It depends.<br />
If you go to prison, you could do a life bit on a bunkbed with some guy nicknamed "Meathammer" sleeping under you.
At 15 my son informed me that he no longer wanted bunk beds because they were for kids. After I replaced the beds I heard him brag to a friend of his that he talked me into replacing them because his GF kept hitting her head on the bottom of the top bunk.....
Acording to the dept. of corections ---- YOU DONT!
Wait...there's an age where you get to old for bunk beds?
when you fall off and cant get up .. that is when you are to old for bunk beds..
Just like telling if you are too young for them: <br />
1.You can't climb in by yourself. And <br />
2. If falling out would cause death or serious injury.
When you fall off the top bunk and cannot climb back up the ladder, without calling the fire deptment.....
when you are ready to sleep with your lover/spouse in the same bed
After I die...
there is no age limit for bunk beds in jail.
When you can no longer fake-out the other bunkee into thinking you're asleep, so they'll fall asleep...
Never! Why deny that when visiting friends and staying over you often end up in some guest quarters with bunk beds
When you realize that, from the ground, everyone can see the girl posters you stuck on the ceiling above the top bunk.