@owl Yeah, I mean, I don't mean to imply "it's probably a sham"; etheric oils or other plant essences affecting circulation and thus somehow affecting whatever muscles do seems plausible to me, I just wonder if anyone *checked*. XD
Particularly since I remembered some Tiger Balm product meant for tense neck and shoulders specifically saying in its description that one way it worked was by encouraging a massage of the affected area.
One made of archeologists called The Pointer Sifters.
One of orchard workers called The Peach Boys.
One of auto dealers called Van Sale-in'. Or maybe Earth, Wind, and Tire.
One of movers called Blue Hoister Cult.
One of cleaners called The Spillage People.
OK, so today I got a load of laundry done (and hung to dry, which isn't always the case), and 2-3 corners of my living room tidied - under my bed, under my desk, and to the right of my desk. Oh, and I took out the trash, including two bulky items that were cluttering up things.
I think I should be able to tidy at least the rest of the living room floor tomorrow, and maybe bath and/or kitchen, too.
Some topics #FraggleRock has episodes about:
- You shouldn't take advertisments literally.
- Ecology is more complicated than you think.
- Someone who demands you spend no time with other people, only with them, is NOT a friend.
- Exploiting natural resources can have unexpected negative consequences.
- Growing your own vegetables is not "free food", it's expensive.
@lapis I'm, uh, planning which colour of clutch pencil will have which lead hardness, I guess XD
Gonna go and tidy my room a bit more nao
And a girl band of geneticists called the Splice Girls. That or network techs. Or maybe both. Actually, maybe there could be those two, an arborist, a film editor, and a sound producer.
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