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Sunday, 24 January 2010

image for Men must sleep alone, sharing beds with partners causes brain damage!
Bedorama (bed suppliers) have offered this latest alternative for males being BRAINDAMAGED by their partners in bed!

Austrian scientists have discovered that men are brain damaged if they sleep in the same bed as their partners!

Also it doesn't matter if they are sexually active or not, sleeping with someone in the same bed is just mentally unhealthy (for men!).

Now we all know that Austrians are either Loony, Skiers, Little Hitlers, Mozart, child abusers and generally, not to be trusted, but this latest discovery is beyond belief.

The reasons for the brain damage are:

A) Partners keep pulling the duvet one way causing stressful nights for their male partners. (females don't give a shit and if you're a HOMO, what then?)

B) Female snorers cause their male partners stress? Men never snore!

c) whilst getting up to go to the loo, they disturb their male partners (men never go the the bog at night, they have potties!), this causes stress for him (poor chap) and leads to brain damage!

Now without being bias or a member of women's lib, anybody studying this experiment will know it was carried out by pathetic, lonely, single male scientists with nothing better to do and no one to go home too!

Lesbians were not mentioned, they're brain damaged anyway!

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