Thursday, July 20, 2006

According to Reidski

his diminishing brain power is all my fault.

Dr Neil Stanley, a sleep expert at the University of Surrey, said: "It's not surprising that people are disturbed by sleeping together.

"Historically, we have never been meant to sleep in the same bed as each other. It is a bizarre thing to do.

Bizarre indeed.


Yorkshire Pudding said...

Melanie Stanley, long-suffering wife of University of Surrey sleep expert, Dr Neil Stanley said, "Neil is like a sex machine. When we hit the sack there's no time for sleeping. It's really bizarre."

Arthur Clewley said...

'me? sleep with you? how bizarre!' is one of my most heard phrases second only perhaps to 'get off the f---g internet and do some work!'

I must have not been keeping upto date JJ because last article I read you were standing under the clock at Northampton station with the times under your arm and things hadn't progressed past a firm handshake. I think I'm going to go and have a lie down

Reidski said...

I would like to add my own original and witty comment, but my brain seems to be addled - don't know why .....

J.J said...

YP, long suffering indeed.

Arthur, almost coorect on the meetiong thing...but it was Euston.

Reidski, get some rest dear before we go away next week.