Sunday, 18 July 2010

more than a LITTLE off topic

but

following on from the comments box in my previous post...

I need you need to participate physically in a small and useless experiment.

You know how Elvis lifts up one side of his lip in a 'uh huh huh' kinda way?

Well - can you do that?

If yes - which side, left or right?

And - can you do it both sides, ambidextrous-stylee?

Please share.

Or ignore and do something useful like write a story.

13 comments:

Writing Wanton Wrongs said...

Is this driving you crazy? I'm really sorry if it is-and I've passed on the plague!

Teresa Stenson said...

Ha, not crazy... it's just a social experiment, or something. I could write the results up into an article. Or something.

Writing Wanton Wrongs said...

Definitely the something. A haiku...Or something :) Must. Stop. Procrastinating. Now! Have a happy writing week

Teresa Stenson said...

Ha, yes, you too. I just used the 'P' word replying to you in the comment box down there too. We are such P-heads.

Dan said...

Just the left. I end up doing a weird pouty thing if I try to do the right side.

I hope that helps with the investigation.

Teresa Stenson said...

Crucial to it, Dan. Thank you.

Rachel Fenton said...

Ha - only the left side for me - if I try to do the right it slips into my lower lip (but still up at the left) and I look like I've fallen into a wind tunnel diagonally! This is crucial research! On with the good work :)

Brian Keaney said...

Just the left.

Dan said...

I think you're on to something here...

Writing Wanton Wrongs said...

Thank godness, we're all lefties in terms of snarling. Should we join hands in some kind of strange cyber circle/cult. No, someone would only write about it :)

gailwrite said...

I can do both - amidextrously.

gailwrite said...

But, clearly, I can't spell ambidextrously.

Teresa Stenson said...

Ooh, Gail, here I was thinking it was a 100% result for the lefties... you've definitely mixed things up a bit.

I just asked my boyfriend and he can do the right, but not the left.

It's so much more complex than we ever could have imagined.