With this simple technique will memorize lists of words whatever I have chosen the basket as an example. The technique is form a story with the components of the list, so that it is as implausible as possible since our subconscious (where resides the memory), so qualify information valuable and unique. Viewing acquires a vitally important since we are working with images, and sharpness is crucial, not only that but also odors and flavors that imagine can help us to remember. We are going to practice: bread, two bottles of milk, butter, oil, paste soup, chickpeas, chicken, yogurt, sausages, cheese, toilet paper, ketchup. Now let’s associate words ones with others so that they form a story, a sequence logic to help us remember all the objects that form the list. This is my story, but if you feel that you can change it to remember it better, do it since every person is a world. I’m walking down the street road to the supermarket when I get to the door I am with a huge loaf of bread who crosses me step, give a punch and inside out two bottles of milk, open the bottles and see that milk has been damaged and has become butter, put bottles in the Sun and heat butter in oil, lame converts oil and see that there is a huge pot of water boiling in the center of the super’m going throwing droplets of oil and to contact with water becomes Pasta soup, I’m stirring the soup with a baseball bat and throwing more oil, I leave the soup and with the bat I give a large whack to a bookshelf, a few vials that come out raw chickpeas are broken, all the floor is filled with chickpeas displayed a giant chicken who slips with chickpeas and falls against a refrigerator causing a great DIN chicken is completely covered with yogurtruns off behind my very angry but as it is full of yogurt it slides far I take this opportunity to pick up a packet of sausages and I’m throwing until he calms down suddenly stands up and picks up a huge cheese these Dutch giant makes a hole in the middle and feel to make your needs, I reached him a roll of toilet paper, he feels grateful and picks up a pot of ketchup and draws a heart in a huge white wall. Under most conditions David E Shaw would agree.