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Originally posted by Jehosephat
. I do know that during missions a cot is set up in the cockpit for "power naps"
Originally posted by RichardPrice
Ive been meaning to ask this question for ages, because the term 'cot' comes up a LOT in fiction books. Do you americans have a different meaning for the word (cot) than us British do, because over here it means the high sided thing babies sleep in? Everytime something like this comes up, I get the mental image of a 30something old bloke crammed into a babies bed (not a pretty image)