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Hooray!

Here's a new site project I made:-
www.gleeee.com
come back daily for a dose of gleeee!

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My site, and home of cute dragons



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Recent front page messages:




...sorry
(Wed 11th Jan 2006, 23:40, More)

Lest we forget the true meaning of Christmas

Unfortuatly not enough time to finish it properly before the big day.
(Sat 24th Dec 2005, 19:20, More)



(Mon 5th Dec 2005, 13:35, More)



(Mon 19th Sep 2005, 8:46, More)

Quick and dirty

(Fri 16th Sep 2005, 10:29, More)

Urban mimics

(Fri 5th Nov 2004, 22:50, More)

Mum knows best

(Thu 8th Apr 2004, 13:59, More)



(Sat 27th Mar 2004, 17:54, More)



(Sun 14th Mar 2004, 2:06, More)

Where honey really comes from

(Tue 9th Mar 2004, 13:24, More)

Best answers to questions:

» World's Sickest Joke

What do you do if a cat spits at you?
Turn down the grill
(Sat 4th Feb 2006, 13:54, More)

» World's Sickest Joke

Heard this one today
Whats grey and sits in the corner quietly taking the piss?


A dialysis machine
(Fri 3rd Feb 2006, 17:28, More)

» Inventions You're Too Lazy To Make

Maybe this only affects me
but I have trouble getting comfortable when trying to sleep on my back. Although this seems the most natural position for sleepage (and I have a much higher quality of dreams like this), I often find I get a crick in my neck. The main reason for this seems to be associated with that wonder of modern technology, the pillow.

The pillow raises the level of the head significantly above that of the shoulders, causing the neck to be bent forwards slightly, thus leading to slight discomfort with repeated use. But without the pillow the delicate cranial region is unsupported and it's worse. I can often only get a decent nights sleep when resting on my side or front, but this runs the risk of pillow injestion or even suffocation.

The solution? A bed with a pillow sized recess at the head end. The pillow is lowered slightly, allowing a more comfortable neck position, whilst allowing the sleeper to maintain the benefits of pillow fluffiness.

Mmm pillows...

...I need better things to do with my life than think about pillows
(Thu 8th Apr 2004, 0:29, More)

» World's Sickest Joke

Whats the difference between a cow and a hamster?
A cow survives branding
(Sat 4th Feb 2006, 14:46, More)

» World's Sickest Joke

What's black and white and red all over?
Panda rape
(Sun 12th Feb 2006, 13:42, More)
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