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McGonagall? Why bring the worst poet the British Isles has ever produced into it?
Quote from: DoctorBeaver on 01/06/2008 20:29:20In any case, kangaroo pouches would seem to be a better option for carrying liquid than a didj.Wouldn't the water spill out when the kangaroo hopped ? 
In any case, kangaroo pouches would seem to be a better option for carrying liquid than a didj.
Water-holding Frog (Cylorana platycephala), from central Australia.The frogs burrow under ground during dry periods, and emerge during the rain to absorb large amounts of water,This allows it to avoid desiccation during drought, a trait not exhibited by most frogs.They were used by Indigenous Australians during times of drought as a source of water.
A 2005 study in the British Medical Journal found that learning and practicing the didgeridoo helped reduce snoring and sleep apnea,as well as daytime sleepiness.This appears to work by strengthening muscles in the upper airway, thus reducing their tendency to collapse during sleep
Do not pour water down your didgeridoo (an Aboriginal may do this in Australia before playing but the humidity is vastly different to that experienced in the UK and of course there are plenty of other didgeridoos growing around).
Iíve gotta wet the didgeridoo