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Friday, October 28, 2016
A recent study has indicated that yarns give off certain pheromones that hypnotise women and cause them to purchase ungodly amounts of yarn. When stored in large quantities in enclosed spaces, the pheromones in the yarn causes memory loss and induce the gathering syndrome, similar to the one squirrels have before the onset of winter.
Sound tests have also revealed that these yarns emit a very high-pitched sound heard only by a select few, known as stitchers. When played backward, the sounds are heard as chants...'Buy me! Crochet me!' Furthermore, pheromones seem to cause a pathological need to secret the yarn purchases away when one takes them home and blend them into the existing stash. When asked by a significant other if the yarn is new, the reply is, "oh, I've had it for a while!"
In order to overcome the so-called feeding frenzy effect that these yarns cause, one must wear a face mask when entering a storage facility, and use ear plugs to avoid being pulled into their grip. It is also beneficial to enter these storage facilities without the presence of cash or credit cards.
Sad to say, the addictive qualities of this compulsive behaviour are cumulative, and are ameliorated only by the purchase of more and more and more yarns.
No cure is known at this time
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Here's what I am thankful for this week:
- that Brodie was able to travel in to the Dental Hospital in Melbourne with a carer on Tuesday
- Brodie was able to get a new appointment quickly for follow up in regards to getting his wisdom teeth out *ouch* we could have gone in earlier (this Thursday in fact however we already have appointments on that day) we are busy for the next few weeks so he goes in three weeks time
- glorious sunny days
- getting my washing dry on the same day I hang it out. It really is nice to get things dried in the fresh air
- believe it or not I am glad I got the steroid injection in my leg. I am hoping it works really, really well and that when I go for walks my hip wont be sore by then end of it. I am also looking forward to being able to do my exercises with the exercise physiologist (I go tomorrow) and being able to complete the ones he has asked me to do
- being able to get the gas refilled for the air-conditioner in the car in preparation for summer. I certainly don't wish to be driving in a very hot car with no air-con that's for sure
What are you thankful for this week?