the inexhaustive list of things that make me feel ill:
-Mackay cooking bacon
-Mackay cooking sausages
-Mackay switching on the deep fat frier
-The thought of the deep fat frier
-The thought of chocolate
-The smell of wet tea leaves
-The smell of anything to do with fish products of any sort but particularly shell fish
-The thought of chips
-Wine (this I can overcome by willpower alone for things like yesterday)
-Thinking about Indian food (this is very distressing)
-Cigarette smoke, dope smoke and the like
-Rather annoyingly, the thought of my nice black sesame Japanese brown rice crackers
....more to this list when I've thought of it.
Unnervingly, the smell of chicken nearly turned me on the other day, it smelled so delicious. But, I never said I didn't like meat (with the current exception of bacon and sausages). As long as I don't suddenly lose my memory and start ravenously munching my way in to dead bird flesh... what a delightful way of off-putting it.
Justin Timberlake sounds like he's been speeded up in the studio. Do you think he actually has a voice? I think he's a construct.
*Yawn*. I'm so tired. I don't really know that I should be. Ohhhh yes. I've discovered something. I automatically wake up approx 5 hrs - 5.5 hrs after I have fallen to sleep., and find great difficulty in trying to get back to sleep / dozing fitfully until it's time to get up. I realised this given that I timed myself when we went to bed pretty late last night (oooh, nearly 1) and woke up just after 6. When I go to bed at 10 at present, I wake up around 3.45.
I read something recently about people who wake up after 5 hours but God knows where it was. I will research.