Oh, yes, do try not to giggle. May gain you untoward attention.
We kept all of our daily use clothes in the dirty laundry bag. Used a clean shirt to seperate the dirty from the useable. We made our drawers up and didn't touch them again.
I was on the bottom cot of the bunk beds, the cot above me was empty and so they didn't inspect it. It made perfect sense to me then to make my cot perfect, and sleep in the top one. Then making the top bed would take minimal effort since they don't inspect it and mine would always be shiny.
So, along with the cot, on the end you would tie your laundry bag, hang your towel, and set up your shoes. There were stringent requirements how each were to be positioned.
So, one night there was a midnight inspection. They come to me sleeping in the empty cot. Now, the inspector saw the bottom bunk with the laundry bag, shoes, etc., all set up nice but no body sleeping in the cot. The top cot had a body sleeping in it and was missing the laundry bag, shoes, etc., so there was a slight hole in my plan.
They didn't wake me up but I failed that inspection and got humiliated the next morning when they pointed out my little ruse. It saved me 3 weeks of bed making so it was worth it, but was pretty darn funny anyway.