Sometimes, I put my yoga mat upside-down on the floor before doing yoga. I should turn it right-side-up.

Is it correct to say "I did yoga on the wrong side of the mat" or "I did yoga on the bottom side of the mat"?.

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    Both are semantically correct, but it might be clearer to say "I did yoga with my mat upside down".
    – JavaLatte
    Jul 14, 2022 at 6:20
  • "I did yoga on the bottom side of the mat" suggests you were upside down or underneath the mat. People would probably be able to guess what you mean.
    – Stuart F
    Jul 14, 2022 at 11:07

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Both are fine, because the bottom side is the wrong side (for doing yoga)

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