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Not everyone can read this

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Notch7, 5 Feb 2020.

  1. Notch7

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    I think everyone can actually, but its interesting how the mind sorts the letters

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  3. EddieM

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    Yes, easily.
     
  4. Mottie

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    Pciee of psis!
     
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  5. Brigadier

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    Agreed
     
  6. Bodd

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    Esy eaclr sa yad, os on
    Knigpikc em pu on ym leslping ni erutuf slpeae
     
  7. Ihavenojob

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    uckingfay implesay
     
  8. Mottie

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    No, no, no. You two are not getting it. :rolleyes: The first and last (frsit and lsat) letters of the new word must be the same as the old word and only the middle letters can be mixed up. Two and three letter words can’t be mixed up. :whistle:
     
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    Mine was Pig Latin
    https://lingojam.com/PigLatinTranslator
     
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    You should try this if you have undergone a vision correction called vitrectomy ?

    Seriously yes I can read it easily.

    I believe that if someone has the ability to "Scan" rapidly then that is what the brain is looking for?

    For example [on this board] you have to read through [say] a Bill Of Quantities ? Scanning is a must.

    Even [if you use] a cost build up software programme, scanning is an absolute must??
     
  12. Bodd

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    Even when I deliberately use bad spelling I still get it wrong
     
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  13. durhamplumber

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    IT is a Transam usual post but without full stops
     
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  14. Bodd

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    There's nothing wrong with a full stop......
     
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    Yes, very easy.

    So it must be that tradesmen look at things differently??


    Andy
     
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  16. Bodd

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    We are problem solvers... If it were not for us the world would crumble....
     
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  17. mattylad

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    I was able to read that over 20+ years ago when it came out and still can...

    round and round it goes... in a few years a reporter will do a story on how you can still read jumbled up words - again..
     
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