Light & Reft

Around 1/2lf of the moments in which I look at my headphones to put them in, I pick them "switched", i.e. I have (L)eft, I see an L and my head says (L)ight, then I see the other one, and it is (R)eft. Today I found out (R)eft is the past participle of reave, which means more or less "to rob". But usually, in the presence of (R)ight there is nothing (L)eft.
Written by Ruben Berenguel