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Napstyles of the Rich & Famous
Merlin Mann | Sep 26 2007
My pal, Penney, once told me that when she was a kid, and her family went on vacation, they would "drop the spoon" every afternoon. I knew this was a cousin of the disco nap, but I never knew it was a purported invention of Salvador Dalí, (according to QuestionSwap):
Related (though pretty insane, if you're asking me) is the notorious "Thomas Edison Nap," which, repeated through the day, is intended to stand in lieu of an actual solid night's sleep (and which seems to have partly inspired some of the polyphasic sleep
But -- being a layabout and lardbrick of some considerable renown -- Your Author finds himself much more attracted to the other end of the spectrum, where we find the "Winston Churchill Nap." This is something I first learned about from mathowie, and which the great man describes himself:
Yeah. That's more my speed. Winston knew how to nap.
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