Tuesday, October 02, 2007

A Jet-Lag-Induced Thought

"If you were a conjoined twin and one of you was on one side of the international dateline and one of you was on the other side of the international date line, your blood would be pumping from Monday to Tuesday and back to Monday again."

Elisabeth

(posted at 4 AM by Carol, whose jet-lagged thoughts run more along the lines of, 'I wonder whether this should be washed with darks or with lights?' )

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5 comments:

Goofball said...

haha, yep that's a type of thought you can only have in the haze of fatigue and jetlag.

funny.

vailian said...

Now THAT is random!

blackcrag said...

Too funny.

Loren said...

She is her mother's daughter...

Dixie said...

I don't want to say I never get jet lag but it's always very...light? Is light the right word? Anyhow my fatigue is usually from lack of sleep during long hours of travel. Whenever I fly, whether it's from the US to Germany or vice versa, I always get home around supper time. I stay up four more hours, get eight or nine hours of sleep and I'm good to go. I don't even usually wake up early when I'm in the US because my body thinks it's morning.

My secret? I don't go to bed normally until around 4am German time on a regular basis. That's 9pm central time in the US. I already sort of live on their time.

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