Issue One page 5

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Question, how does Merial safely get on and off her bed? There’s no steps or ladders or anything.


Forget safely getting on and off, how do those beds stay together? I imagine one person moving around a bit while sleeping and down the top bed goes, maybe onto the other person sleeping below


Bunk beds typically have thick, metal pins that go through the legs of the bed and hold them in place. As for how she gets on and off… she’s Merial. She probably just hoists herself up there.


Usually getting up involves climbing up the ends. And getting down is either the same way or just jumping down.


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