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At work we get kind of a monthly newscast/newsletter which covers all kind of stuff. Usually there is a health-related topic in each edition, like "exercising in the office" or "sleeping trouble" or stuff like that.

The newest one covered the topic of stress. So, like I said there is a live feed and a written transcript of such. I usually only read the transcript to save time and today I found this wonderful gem, a quote from a doctor on stress - of course, it was in German, but the translation works even better: "you are stressed out, you go home and feel listless and not motivated to do anything but after two hours on the coach, do you really feel better?"

Don't know, dude, depends entirely on the coach. I just might. *g*

I checked the live action feed and of course, the word said was "couch". So either the transcriber didn't know how to spell "couch" or it was a Freudian slip - FNL fan, perhaps? Teehee. Cracked me up.

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xkatjafx
Jul. 18th, 2011 03:19 pm (UTC)
rofl.
astri13
Jul. 18th, 2011 04:37 pm (UTC)
Maybe it was a secret anti-stress-therapy: two hours on the coach everyday drive the sorrow away. *g*
xkatjafx
Jul. 18th, 2011 04:55 pm (UTC)
If it works, send him over ; )
leelust
Jul. 18th, 2011 07:30 pm (UTC)
Freudian slip? ;)
astri13
Jul. 18th, 2011 07:56 pm (UTC)
Heh, maybe. :D Though I almost find it funnier if someone didn't know how to spell "couch".
leelust
Jul. 19th, 2011 01:39 pm (UTC)
You think? I think for someone who doesn't speak English it's easy to mess up those 2 words.
scolaro
Jul. 18th, 2011 08:59 pm (UTC)
LOL. Gives the phrase "coach potato" a completely different meaning.
(Actually in this context it sounds like an STD.) :-P
astri13
Jul. 20th, 2011 05:53 pm (UTC)
Hehe, I was thinking about "coach potato" myself and it does sound vaguely dirty. *g*
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