Wales has recorded a surge in throb-ons and moistness ahead of this year’s Six Nations.
With just over two weeks to go to the tournament, levels are 32% higher than they were this time last year.
Frank Boner who collated the information told WalesOnCraic:
“This year’s Six Nations is nearly two weeks away but already we’re reporting high levels of cases of throb-ons and moistness. We’ve had reports of some people having to change their underwear during conversations about the rugby. We had one guy who appeared to have three legs while he was at work and had to go and sit down for a while. He now has a new nickname of Tripod. We’re not sure why levels are particularly high this year but we think it’s something to do with the fact that we start with Italy and have England at home after that.”
The Six Nations kicks off on February 4th while Wales play Italy the following day on the 5th. England have been installed as favourites because they keep beating everybody.
“Someone has to beat England to give us a chance and I’m hoping that it’s going to be the boys in red. Otherwise, I’m going to look an arse when I go back into work as I’ve put on a big bet.”