Mr A. and Mrs B. are married, share the same bed like most normal couples and try every night to get a good nights sleep.
Every morning, one of them ends up with the majority of the bed covers touching the floor on his/her side of the bed and every morning the person sleeping on the other side of the bed (identities protected in attempt to gain complete objectivity from audience) pulls the covers back to his/her side and makes the bed, without mentioning a word.
The day happens, as days tend to do.
At bedtime the person who always ends up with the covers on his/her side of the bed carefully inspects the bed and tugs and straightens to his/her hearts desire until the covers are "just perfectly centered" and asks that his/her partner please stop "pushing" the covers over to his/her side of the bed in the middle of the night.
That's right, "pushing."
Now, in all fairness, I will disclose that when this so-called "pushing" occurs, the sheets, blanket and comforter of Mr. A and Mrs. B's bed are completely tucked in to the bottom of the bed. Snug as a bug in a rug underneath the foot of the mattress and in between the foot board and the bed itself. Tucked in!
I will also disclose that the person who is accused of this "pushing" does like his/her feet to dangle out of the covers from time to time, but in no way is capable of blatantly "pushing" covers over on his/her partner's side of the bed.
And wouldn't logic tell us that if the facts were examined, it is highly more likely that those covers were not, indeed, "pushed" to the opposite side of the bed whence they came - rather, they were "pulled" by someone tossing and turning about during the night of slumber?
I thought so too.