Monday, October 15, 2007

Can't See Me

I'm assuming that most of the people reading this will either be in Louisiana or not in it, so either way you'll have a viewpoint. You know how, in Louisiana, when you try to sleep with the covers over your face, you have about five minutes of dark warm bliss before you start to suffocate? Well, here in Utah, that is not the case. For whatever geographical reason, I am able to sleep the entire night with covers over my head in the monster avoidance position, and wake up not dead. Thought maybe I'd articulate that oddity of nature, in case there are any bedding scientists out there that wanna clear things up.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

humidity and lack there of.

it's not the covers that snuffocate you, but the little pockets of moisture between the fibers. technically, you're drowning under the blankets.

i, myself, witnessed first-hand the same experience from mobile to boulder.

6:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its actually the lack of air up there. Your body has adapted to some kind of nepalese packrat/FA hybrid that allows you to breathe in a vacuum. Or I could be wrong.

7:53 PM  

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