A Conversation for Duvets

pan-dimensional problems...

Post 1

Uncle Ghengis

Many people are unaware that duvets and their covers exist in many more dimensions (about 17) than ordinary household objects. This enables them to get tangled in extremely odd ways and they can be very difficult to untangle.

Similar problems exist for sleeping bags which are curiously susceptible to coriolis forces - which make them twist up during the night so that you inevitably end up lying on the zip.

If you have difficulty sleeping - I recommend you take a course in advanced mathematics to enable you to solve these problems and untangle your bedclothes...

pan-dimensional problems...

Post 2

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

It certainly explains a lot... If only I was any good at maths, I could begin sleeping again smiley - sleepy

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