Written by Jo Dash
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Topics: Weather, Britain, Wind

Monday, 18 October 2010

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Flags hang more limply, kites are struggling to get aloft and the washing takes a little longer to dry.
According to an astonishing new study, Britain has got noticeably less windy over the last few decades.

The reason behind this is due to a dramatic change in the British diet, out are the pulses and the beans which have traditionally been the cause of the majority of British winds, and with the influx of foreigner in comes the food along with them.

The main culprit is the widely loved curry, and whilst the curry does indeed produce rumbling in the pits, studies have shown that the strength of the wind is is dramatically reduced and it is the strength of the odour of the gas which is increased.

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