What colour is the letter W? What does yellow taste like? These are not usual questions you hear, however, for some people it is an everyday aspect of their life to deal with. For these individuals their senses are somehow joined together, which is unpronounceable termed as the neurologically-based condition synaesthesia (1). When concerned with this syndrome, “the stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to automatic, involuntary experiences in a second sensory or cognitive pathway” (1). For years, synaesthesia was dismissed as the product of someone's overactive imagination. But in the past decade, researchers have documented a numerous amount of cases of otherwise ‘normal people’ – who have these extraordinary blended senses (1).