Oh, thank god. I thought it was just me
@Tricia Takanawa, you are not alone brother
@Tricia Takanawa, I have to do it all the time and my dad starts laughing at me
Learning sign language helps with that because then you can just picture the order and it's especially useful for kinesthetic learners
@Ruupasya, I can barely cross my fingers, yet alone learn a physical language.
@Colorful Nipple, k and p are hard, the other letters are pretty easy. And most of sign language is more gross-motor than fine-motor, with the exception of fingerspelling.
So I heard a story today about a guy (don't know where) that he converted a church to a house and it's listed as a gym on Pokémon go so he has people at all times of the day pull their car up to what they think is a abandoned church to battle
@No Sjit, You would think they would have some way of updating that because I'm sure there are other instances of similar situations
@TriangleTesticles, yeah there should be. In my neighborhood there is a memorial for someone and random people pull up at my house and my neighbors
Because there is technically no real reason for the alphabet to be "in order" whatsoever
@Smegma, shhhhhhhhh, they aren't ready
I still remember how to spell beautiful by doing the Bruce almighty "bee-ee-ay-youtiful!" Thing.
With great power comes great responsibility
Cool story, I'm in the train and the guy sitting across from me has the worst body odor ever. My situation really stinks
@Ted Mosby is a jerk, I was on a subway once and 10 feet away was a homeless person laying down that we all accused of smelling terrible. Some of us thought he was dead, some just thought he hadn't showered in a while. I felt bad for him/her. I really didn't actually see their face.
Wow I guess I'm not the only one who does this
I THOUGHT IT WAS JUST ME! PRAISE THE SUN!
Anyone remember on malcolm in the middle when dewie keeps repeating "A B C D....A B C D....A B C D..." yup, that gets stuck in my head all the time.
I'm pretty sure even the smartest people have to sing the ABC's in their head occasionally