There will be quite a few of you that are cringing and think that the idea of not using a top sheet disgusting. Some of you might also think it is just lazy not to use a top sheet. While you might be right, there is a big part of the population that would disagree. I stumbled upon an article today that made me feel like I wasn't alone. An article published by Delish titled: "It's Time To Say Goodbye To Top Sheets For Good," has been making its way around Facebook.

I am in that group of people who do not use a top sheet most of the time. I know, I know, gross. However, reading this article made me feel a little bit better. I am often berated for not using a top sheet. Is it time that we do say goodbye to the top sheet for good?

The article defends the idea of not using the dreaded top sheet by saying, "...[T]he top sheet doesn’t play well with others—it invariably ends up in a damp, dispirited wad toward the lower third of the bed, twisted around like a bad metaphor." Honestly, if I ever use a top sheet it ends up bunched up at the end of the bed by morning. What's the point of using it if it just ends up balled up? There's no point that's what.

The article went on to include comments from the founder of the Charleston Academy of Domestic Pursuits, who of course disagreed completely.

What do you think?