Chunnel Stress
Surviving stress on the passage from England to France

Workers traveling the 50 km journey on the Chunnel between Britain and France recently experienced severe periods of stress and disorientation.

While in Calais, they went to a French doctor who said to them, “Non, il n’y a rien mal avec vous” - that there was nothing that could be done to alleviate their illness.

Wanting a second opinion, they took the Chunnel to an English doctor in Folkestone who correctly diagnosed their problem. They had Carpool Chunnel Syndrome.


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