One made me a bench, others weeded, planted, planned and perspired
over both front and back, learning along the way that tomatoes didn't grow on trees and carrots grew underground.
The researchers then ran tiny currents across the volunteers' skin to monitor how much they perspired
as they looked at pictures of sunsets, cute animals, fist fights and vomit - pictures already known to evoke an automatic sweat response.
There were a few shirt changes as Morrissey's new stocky build perspired
to Tony Blair proportions.
The reporters, from all parts of the world, grumbled about a waste of time as they perspired
on their notebooks.
Brand activation manager Kay Dickinson said people perspired
up to five times more when stressed than when exercising.
Fitness guru persevered and perspired
her way to success
Action hero Mel perspired
, winced in discomfort and painfully croaked: "I woke up and I couldn't talk.
Moreover, during the 4 seconds prior to choosing the high-risk cards, normal volunteers perspired
more than they did before turning over the other cards.