Monday, 23 January 2012
The worst itch...
...is an ankle itch, apparently. Well, it's the "most satisfying to scratch". And this comes from an expert; a Professor from the International Forum for The Study of Itch, no less.
It's good to know that in these hard times, there are still people beavering away doing invaluable research into major problems like this, isn't it? Makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Posted by Frances Garrood at 14:51
Labels: essential research, itching
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How good of them to address this sensitive subject! It'll be a sure win if this is going to be asked at tomorrow night's pub quiz :-DReplyDelete
I shall sleep better tonight for knowing that ;-) xReplyDelete
Yes, I wondered exactly how this valuable information can be applied in order to make life better for all of us!ReplyDelete
Great work you research scientist type people. Money well spent.ReplyDelete
I have to agree with those scientific findings - after having an ankle itch the other evening.ReplyDelete
What makes me warm and fuzzy inside? Easy, whiskey. Inside and outside.ReplyDelete
The worst itch... I ain't going there, but I'm pretty sure I ain't the only one who didn't think the answer was ankle.
Surely it would be far worse to have an itch that couldn't be satisfactorily scratched?ReplyDelete
I'm glad we're all agreed that this was essental, valuable research, and (our, probably) money well spent.ReplyDelete
Mr. V - no dirty talk here, please.