It’s a known fact that women who spend a lot of time together, whether it be at work or they live together or whatever, often end up ‘synchronised’ at some point. (Menstrually- for the less subtle minded)
This I found fascinating until I suddenly realised (and maybe I’m a bit slow on the uptake, or just hadn’t given it enough thought) that it would be a statistical improbability if we didn’t synchronise at some point. No one has an exact 28 day cycle, so give and take a few days, there’s going to be a time in your life when you’ve synchronised at least once with every woman you know.

Aren’t you glad I pointed that out. 🙂

Now, further to may last post. We have received an email from the IT manager with a complex (but relatively easy to follow) flow chart of possible problems and solutions. He certainly put a lot of work into it. It doesn’t help with the YP1 problem, but most everything else. I’m happy with the response. Maybe one day we’ll get a new YP1.


2 thoughts on “Synchronicity

  1. Now, it’s possible I’ve got the wrong end of the stick, but it was my impression that the actual nature of this phenomenon was that, over time, if women are in close proximity to each other start, they may start menstruating within 3-4 days of each other for month after month (that is, rather than an intersection of cycles, as you seem to be pointing to, their cycles tend to merge). Though I could be wrong.

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