Anakana Schofield – Author of Bina, Martin John and Malarky

Case in point

Exactly which part of the brain is responsible for hanging things on the wall? Which part of the brain allowed a woman hang this shelf on the wall in this manner and look at it each day (for many months) without any overwhelming desire to make it practical and useful.

kitchen shelf

If there can be a defence against this act; some initial neurological trickery went on in the purchase of it, since it turned out not to be a shelf at all. It was a panier/basket impersonating a shelf.  In which part of the brain does a basket masquerade as a quality shelf?

Spatial reasoning? Apply red dot.

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