If you get hold of this month's copy of Men's Health , you will unearth, in between articles on 'Why your fridge makes you fat', and 'Sex: teach her a few new tricks', a piece which asserts the diametric difference between an affinity for words and an affinity for the visual. To those who are better with pictures than words, and to whom reading is 'not their strong point', it recommends architecture as a profession.
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