I thought I'd share the following clipping from an online catalogue from a well-known company which provides anything from splints of various types to aids for daily living. I've deliberately made the screen-capture anonymous to avoid any legal-ish problems.
If one reads the grid so one reads down the third column and reads it literally (without the knowledge of what is meant by the terms) one gets what is, to me, a slightly wacky list.
cervical & upper limb
household & kitchen
pressure relief & positioning
moving & handling
Reading along the bottom row provided my warped sense of humour with an equally, if a lot shorter, wacky list:
assessment eval & reference
I know that my warped sense of humour is an 'acquired taste' to some people, but the inference that we disabled people need spare parts to function in society really tickled my fancy when I first read it. I visulalised me needing to buy a new pair of hands or having to save up for a new speech-centre for my brain. Very Orwellian!!!!