Dave Henessey, 33, from Bath, said today that his braining training machine enabled him to realise he didn't need a brain training machine.
'I did all the pointless exercises, like what colour comes after red, and by how much is Dave Henessey's bank balance reduced by if he buys a brain training machine for £149.99, and then it got my brain to such a height of awareness that I suddenly realised that buying it had been a complete waste of time. What I should have been doing was something called Thinking, which is free. I will be recommending it to all my friends and everyone in the Lib Dems.'
A spokesman for the makers of the machine, U Suckers Unlimited, angrily denied Mr Henessey's claim. 'Extensive research shows that our brain training machines enhnace intelligence loads, and that no Thinking is required.'
When asked who had done the research, the spokesman swore viciously and slammed the phone down.
Your reporter therefore concludes that it is essential to buy brain training machines, and that Thinking is not a good thing.
After using brain training machine, man realises he doesn't need it
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Dave Henessey, 33, from Bath, said today that his braining training machine enabled him to realise he didn't need a brain training machine.Posted 2 years ago #
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