How Famous Men Sleep in 2020

About 10 years ago I posted a list of the sleeping positions of a few famous folks. Some were based on characters in TV shows and movies, and the rest were about real-life people. You can check that list here. I’ve decided it was time to update the list! So in 2020, here’s a list of famous men (John Krasinski, Donald Trump, Post Malone, and more)  and the positions I believe they sleep in at night. But first, the list of various positions:


SLEEPING POSITIONS… 

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Fetus position – tough exterior but are still sensitive and may appear to be shy but warm up quickly.

Log position – social, easy-going person who is trusting, sometimes to the point of being gullible.

Yearner position – open-minded and still cynical, suspicious, and stubborn about sticking to decisions once they are made.

Soldier position – reserved, quiet, without fuss, and hold themselves and others to a high standard.

Freefall position – brash, outgoing, and very uncomfortable with criticism.

Starfish position – good listeners, helpful, and uncomfortable being the center of attention.


FAMOUS MEN…

John Krasinski (Actor) – Fetus or Log (tough exterior yet sensitive, social and easy going)

Donald Trump (US President) – Freefall (brash, outgoing)

Joe Biden (Former VP of US) – Fetus or Yearner (sensitive but cynical/stubborn)

Post Malone (Entertainer) – Fetus or Soldier (tough exterior, high standard)

Jimmy Fallon (Entertainer) – Log (social, easy-going)

Louie Giglio (Pastor of Passion City Church) – Soldier (high standard)

Sean Connery (Actor) – Soldier (reserved, high standard)

Tom Hanks (Actor) – Log (easy going)

Denzel Washington (Actor) – Soldier (reserved, high standard)

Jose Altuve (MLB Baseball Player) – Starfish or Fetus (uncomfortable with attention)


Please know these are all just educated guesses. I have no solid information on how these men sleep so I’m basing this information on their public persona. Check back soon for a list of how famous women sleep!

Thanks for stopping by…

-Out of the Wilderness

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