Draw a dragon? That’s easy!

In Brain Age, one of the things you are asked to do is draw things from memory without any reference. You’re just up and asked to draw a giraffe or chainsaw or rhinoceros from memory, and then you can compare what you’ve drawn with a real drawing of the item. It’s supposed to activate your pre-frontal cortex or some such.

Anyway, this morning, I was asked to draw a dragon. A dragon? That’s easy! First draw an S. Then, draw a more different S. Close it up real nice, and then add some teeth using consummate _V_s. Add some legs and some wings, and …

A Dragon!

Apparantly, that’s not what they had in mind.