I was having a sauna the other day in my leisure club, and a fellow occupant sitting next to the "egg timer" (the sort with sand in), that all saunas have, was a lady student of around 20ish.
When the grains of sand had run their coruse, rather than sweatily lurching across her, I asked her to turn the egg timer over.
"Certainly, but how do I do that?"
For clarity, it was an egg timer (ie an egg timer, attached to a piece of wood nailed into the wall).
Not a good portent for the future of this country, if 20 year olds are unable to work out how to turn an egg timer over!
I explained that principles of a 180 degree revolution, and how that would place the sand at the top so that gravity would then do its work.
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