Plastic

July 1, 2009 at 3:45 pm | Posted in Benefits, Humour, Senses, Touch | Leave a comment
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Photo by sinnen.

Some aspie superpowers convey few advantages other than the satisfaction of knowing you have them.

Thickness differentiation is one such skill.

Most supermarkets use two types of plastic bag:

  • A small, thin one for confining fruit, nuts and vegetables.
  • A large, marginally thicker one for transporting purchases.

You’ll be able to identify these bags by touch alone.

If you store bags under your kitchen sink, you won’t need to squat and look for the type you want.

You can just reach under and grab one.

That’s about it.

🙂

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