A strategy for when you and your friends want to save money by packing multiple people into a hotel room bed but can’t risk in-bed contact.
1. Strip all the bedsheets (even the fitted ones).
2. Each bed occupant folds a sheet under and over their body like a taco shell. One side is guarded against contact and the other is open, for freedom of movement.
3. Sleep with the "spines" of the taco shells facing, thus ensuring two layers of fabric between parties.
4. The comforter is shared.
"Hey, you guys want to snowboard at Tahoe over spring break?"
"Hell yeah, but we’re going to have to make a couple of bed tacos to save money."