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Slumber Thumber

Hitchhike your way to dreamland with milk, curd, and chamomile.
 
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Milk is known to induce drowsiness in children and adults. Chamomile is another popular sleep inducer. Imagine chamomile tea prepared piping hot before bedtime, with ample milk within; you may have tried this already. Balanced and thickened with an addition of curd, this preperation would be most relaxing and soothing. A hitchhiker could be pictured on the can. This can be produced using current Science.
Vance, Jan 31 2001

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       Half-baked? No, you shake the can before drinking.
Vance, Jan 31 2001
  

       I once tried vodka in c(h)amomile tea. Didn't taste nice. But a friend of mine reckons vodka in normal tea is nice. So, I suggest you at least give it a try.
pottedstu, Oct 03 2001
  


 

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