Written by Lady Godiva

Monday, 13 June 2011

image for Research supports Spoof Writer's claim that she writes better on a 'full bladder'
To be a successful Spoof Writer - keep your bladder FULL

New research shows that having a full bladder can be an advantage in helping you concentrate during certain activities, such as making speeches, - as was Enoch Powell's claim many years ago.

This claim was made recently by a Spoof Writer who, at the time, had no research findings to 'back her up'. Now, thanks to research by experts in the field published in the 'Economist', she is able to prove that "the tension that arises from not relieving yourself concentrates the mind and gives you an edge'.

This writer has been keeping notes on which stories she has written 'on a full bladder' and which ones she has written 'on an empty or partially-full bladder'. She then watched the points she received for all published stories and noticed that the stories she wrote 'on a full bladder' received many more points than those written 'on an empty or partially-full bladder.'

Strange but true!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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