Dam this is hard, is this truly what it's like?
@The Dark Dandelion, SORTA not exactly, but close
@The Dark Dandelion, depends...I have it but for me it's only with small print and digital print
@The Dark Dandelion, kinda. Only with me it's not letters but numbers
@The Dark Dandelion, I have a mild case of dyslexia so it isn't THIS bad. But still frustrating because I'll see, for example the numbers 5598, ok I'll say 5598. Then when i look at it again, it says 5589. It happens way too often to be normal and it is pretty frustrating.
@The Dark Dandelion, well, yes and no. There are two types of dyslexia that I know about. Verbal dyslexia and the one that everyone thinks of when they hear dyslexia when it's hard to read (I can't remember what it's called). With verbal dyslexia, you are usually able to read perfectly fine, but you just have trouble speaking. Like you trip over your tounge, or mix words snd letters around, etc. The one we hear about and is most associated with dyslexia is when you have trouble recognizing a word or group of words. I have been diagnosed with verbal dyslexia and yes, yhis can be what it is like to listen to me. I'm not sure about anyone else, but mine has gotten somewhat better, and is mostly brought on by stress, so if anyone here has it, I hope the same happens to you. It getting better, of course.
@DistractedDingo, yeah, i didnt know about verbal dyslexia, i have the same issue as what you said though, i thought it was from my ADHD
@Traceratops , now im starting to wonder if i have verbal cause i mess up my sentences away ro much to be accidental or on purpose
@DemonKingx503, yeah, gets ya thinkin! 0.0
@DistractedDingo, *sheds tear* that's the most evil thing I cou- ...ooooh
@DistractedDingo, I have verbal I read fine,but I find spelling difficult and my hand writing is awful .
@DistractedDingo, oh wow. I mess up my words when speaking often, like switching around sounds. I always joked I had verbal dyslexia because I didn't know it was actually a thing. I will be stopping those jokes now.
@The Dark Dandelion, to a degree, yeah.
@The Dark Dandelion, yeah it really makes reading out loud an absolute hell.
@DemonKingx503, no, you're just retarded
@epic anal , i bet i am
@The Dark Dandelion, if your dyslexia is that bad then you might wanna see someone about it I have it but it's no where near that bad
@Traceratops , same here, won't write a whole paragraph about it though.
@The Dark Dandelion, not exactly. Imagine that all letters are only halfed, so an o looks like a c. They don't really jump around like that
@The Dark Dandelion, imagine if you had dyslexia and you had to read this. It would probably be impossible.
Well, it seems a lot of people can read it fine, but for those who can't, I'm going to attempt to translate, feel free to correct if I'm wrong community. This also took me awhile, with a pen and paper to make sure I didn't forget any words. "Dyslexia
@Mr Mayhem,- common learning disability. Dyslexia is the most recognized of reading disorders, however not all reading disorders are linked to dyslexia. Some see dyslexia as distinct from reading difficulties resulting from other causes, such as non-neurological deficiency with vision or hearing, or poor or inadequate reading instruction. There are three proposed cognitive subtypes of dyslexia (auditory, visual, attentional), although individual cases of dyslexia are better explained by specific underlying neuropsychological deficits and co-occuring learning disabilities (e.g attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, math disability, etc.). Although it is considered to be a receptive language-based learning disability in the research literature, dyslexia also affects one's expressive language skills. Researchers at MIT found that people with dyslexia exhibited impaired voice-recognition abilities." So yeah...25 minutes of my life spent on that.
@Mr Mayhem, you deserve praise! Good job! You are a cool person :)
@Traceratops , thank you, I'm glad you appreciate it
@Mr Mayhem, what's a bookmarklet
@Fizzyfi11, a smaller bookmark, like a piglet is to a pig
@Mr Mayhem, oh ok now I get it thanks
@Fizzyfi11, any time
Is it bad I could read that easily...........
@Pythus, no it just means you are a possibly the cure. Now please lay on this table as we harvest your blood- I mean take a sample..
@Pythus, what does the 5th line say?
@Pythus, it's just rearranged letters and we've seen these words millions of times. Think about it from someone who has only ever seen words like this. How do you even learn to read?
@Pythus, I could read this easily as well. It would be different if your whole life it was like this though. We are good at it cuz we haven't had the problem.
I have dyslexia and yes this is what it is like for most people
If I can read this without trouble what does that mean?
@Bismo Funyuns, you could be dyslexic or very smart
@Bismo Funyuns, it helps that you know what the words are supposed to look like. Imagine trying to learn to read while seeing them incorrectly. I bet it wouldn't be as easy.
@KFry, took me until i was 13, but once i learned i advanced very quickly :)
My fiance has dyslexia, and though she's shy about it, I actually really enjoy her reading to me.
What would happen if a dyslexic person read this?
@Cococonnection1, i did and some was easy the rest was weird
@Cococonnection1, they would see it perfectly
@Cococonnection1, I did and am, and it was easy
This was actually not that difficult for me to read. Annoying, but not actually that hard.
Still makes me see why people with dyslexia don't enjoy reading, even if they're very intelligent.
Well God bless dyslexic people
I thought I was going crazy at first...
Jokes on you, I already have dyslexia!
Uuummmm it's hard to tell I have dyslexia so possibly but it might be me my sister explained what it looks like to me it seems about right
I think I find this to be offensive.
As some one with dyslexia this was impossible to read at all. Every time is almost get the word it'd change again
Just showed this to my mum who is dyslexic and she couldn't see anything wrong apart from the title was changing.
I suffer from sexlexia.
if this is what dyslexia is really like, and i had it, i would kill myself
I'm dyslexic and i read this just fine. I don't get it
Wasnt that hard tbh
Now this is a good use of a GIF. Now people can see from a new perspective, even though there are varying degrees of intensity for everything. Still I'm impressed
I mean honestly I may have just reached each word right as they got to the closest possible form of the actual words but I read it normally more or less except for the scientific terms which I don't know. I assume as I said I was reading it at the exactly right time.
@George Feeny, its the words you dont know that dyslexia affects mostly, so learning languages is harder, and sounding out new words when reading aloud.