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Jet lag was once called boat lag before there were jets.

 

In the days before jets, and jet-travel,, jet-lag was unknown, because travel by boat, etc was slow enough not to beggar up one's body-clock. One's body had time to acclimatise to the changing time Zones.

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"David Cameron" is an anagram of "A dim read on C.V.":hihi:

 

entwhistle is an anagram of "WE LENT SHI*E"

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lol i just had to try this and its doesnt why is this?

 

 

It must be because there are no sensory nerves which end in the region of the elbow.

 

There are also no sensory nerves inside the brain itself - if someone were to poke at your brain, you would feel nothing (although the hole in the skull would need to already present, or you'd definitely feel them making that!)

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Fact.

It is impossible to say "Beer can" and not sound West Indian....

 

breathless:hihi:

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You can pinch the skin on your elbow as hard as you like and it will not hurt.

 

You cannot lick your elbow!

 

 

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>Yes, bet you have just tried !!!!

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I know someone who developed an addiction to "Hall's Mentholyptus" sweets and had to seek medical help.

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Jet lag was once called boat lag before there were jets.

 

Did you know that an anagram of Pattricia is 'I cr*p at it' :hihi:

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