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Mostly we are thinking that maybe it will give us more space for fun things during sex.
Has anybody jumped from a queen to a king and found that they could do things that they couldn't do before, or do them more easily?
It's also big enough that you have the freedom to sleep apart or together depending on mood/temperature.
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