Derived Stiod: Camel sacking

9 May

From Expanding bladder is secret to good night’s sleep

Oh, Science! You muse of our life enhancement. Talk to me and to those whose bladder defies a whole night’s sleep as well as those who have to interrupt feverish bar discussions in order to pee.

This Japanese scientists  discovered the processes that increases our bladder capacity in order to allow us several hours of undisturbed sleep without needing to wake up and empty it.

Now I will sound so annoyingly unscientific, if you permit me. I was told off in my first research projects when I was always arguing a practical, useful reason for researching a topic. Science would have to stand by it’s own, these professors used to say.

White Toilet Bowl in MalaysiaNow reader let’s drink together three of four big glasses of water or beer. Sit a while and ponder over this Japanese discover. Hold on, no one stand up till we get a consensus.

Now what if your became the master of your own bladder? What if you did not need to run to the toilet when you do not want to. What about going to toilet in the middle of night, when you’d rather sleep two nice hours more? Yeah. It would be great having a species of trigger for your bladder increasing its capacity when you need to stay longer in the same position/situation etc.

What about your tricky bladder that decides to empty itself exactly when you want to love? Oh darn…

Couldn’t we just program our piss sack to stay quiet when one is having fun, relaxation or pleasure?


One Response to “Derived Stiod: Camel sacking”


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