What if you were reading a sentence, minding your own business, and suddenly English words stopped making sence adn sentinse strictires vwfam rp hry skk qwurd?
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Happens all the time. I’d be reading a book for school and suddenly the pages just turned into blocks of letters. I never learned the value of Cliff’s Notes — not as a replacement for the actual book, but as a study aid. Would have helped a lot.
Fhkgdhh, j t dbjt. Kurt j h ddc,I r st h r Fb hhghq.
But then I’m fujkhfseth, so don’t take my bsghrfgh for it.
Oh that happens plenty when I type in the morning. LOL
Yesterday somethin about orcheestar reheasals twcie a weak all of Novemberer … Notice Freud took care of the weak 😉
That makes me really feel for those with dyslexia. It also makes me laugh, because late at night or when I’m nervous that’s what my speech sounds like.
Looks like a cat got onto the keyboard 😀
It’s Catglish! 😉 😀