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  1. ChatIndia

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  2. Dead-i

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    Lol yeah, someone gave me that passage too last week. It's really weird how you can understand what it says even with every letter poorly spelt :) The human brain is weird yet clever at the same time xD

    Btw, cool signature xD
     
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    It amazing how fluently i can actually read this,
     
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    because it's created by a cool person :)
     
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    wow!
     
  7. SierraAR

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    I've known about that for quite awhile. What's funny is that I can read it faster than I can read my own handwriting.
     
  8. Dead-i

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    Lol :) I can type faster than I can write plus with typing I don't have to TipEx or scribble mistakes, so personally I prefer typing :)
     
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    It's funny how I am able to read this message despite the missing letters.
     
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    letters arent missing, they have just been jumbled up?? but it does make you wonder how powerful the human brain really is?
     
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    Yeah, it's really weird that's possible. Cambridge University has done a good job proving the methods of the human brain.
     
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    Hey ChatIndia,

    Srroy, I jsut dno’t gte waht teh bzuz is all abuot. I dno't see nthonig wrnog wtih teh msseage!
     
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    Cambridge University has proved that the human brain uses the first and last letters to read words, which makes you think how amazing the human brain really is. It also shows that spelling is not important for the human brain to read it, as long as the first and last letters are correct.
     
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    errr Dead-i, i think @gomarc's post was supposed to be ironic because he has posted in the style or jumbling up all the leters in the middle of the word, ensuring the only correct letters of each word are the first and last. much like in the original image/post.

    i tinhk its suoppesd to be irnoic?
     
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    Oh yeah, I understand :tongue:

    Still, it's pretty amazing what Cambridge University has proven, as I outlined in my last post. ;)
     
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    lol yeah, its been floating around for a few years, it does make you wonder what the human mind/brain is capable of!
     
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    Yeah, even though you say it's been around for a few years, I'm still amazed that someone showed me this passage in the same week that this was posted. Freaky :)
     
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    Metathesis: the bane of the proofreader's life :wink:
     
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    active my accounts
     
  20. Dead-i

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    Please stop spamming that. It is an automated process.
    Also I hope 'accounts' is a typo, since only one account is permitted per individual as states in the TOS
     

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