Cats: they are the cutest, most hilarious and puzzling animal. Why they do the things they do, no human will ever know. Maybe they are trying to mimic humans? Here's a couple odd positions:
To achieve the full situp, you must begin with the genuine intention of exercising your abs and promptly fall asleep midway through the task. This position is extremely advanced and not recommended for amateur sleepers.
The goal here is not so much intimacy as it is the socially uncomfortable sharing of a physical space with someone. Bonus points if your arm falls asleep but you're too embarrassed to move it.
Tuck your tail between your legs and imagine that you are an omelet.
The trick is to look like someone who is acting comfortable whilst also appearing extremely uncomfortable. Let's take this excellent opportunity to coin the term "meta-comfortable."
You will need a partner for this one. The goal is not so much comfort as an expression of sheer, unadulterated greed.
Any old box will do, but two of your feet - preferably on opposite sides of your body - must remain outside the container at all times.
Do not even attempt unless you have tiny, tiny, precious little legs.
Find a baby. Imitate the baby.
For this, you will need at least three friends who are not averse to your sleeping on them.
Just because you are obviously some kind of gin-addled hobo doesn't mean you can't be nice and warm.
Find a dog. Imitate the dog.
Bury your furry little head in your paws and try to look as contemplative and bookish as possible before drifting off.
Measure the floor with every inch of your tiny body.
The whole world is your hammock.
Imagine that you are a wet T-shirt, fresh from the washing machine. Drape yourself accordingly.
Think of yourself as a last-minute fruit salad that everyone will be very polite about but probably not enjoy all that much.
Head to the ground, paws in the air - let gravity do the rest.
For this one you will need first to find two willing conformists.
Only recommended for individuals with extreme forms of narcolepsy.