There was a charity “human Scrabble” game organised in Toronto the other night, and eye Magazine gives us a glimpse at the neuroses the ’tiles’ felt: “Prior to the start of the game, a few participants consider what letter they’d like to be. “I think I’d like to be a Q,” says Catherine Brunet from U of T. “It’s very elusive and rare, but the downside is that it’s co-dependent.”

Anushka Ataullahjan, also from U of T, held a different point of view: “I’m hoping to be an A — ’cause I know they’ll be in high demand.”

Lyndsay Buehler, from the University of Ottawa, piteously hopes “just to be worth something.””

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