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Acocdrnig to an elgnsih unviesitry sutdy the oredr of letetrs in a wrod dosen't mttaer, the olny thnig thta's iopmrantt is that the frsit and lsat ltteer of eevry word is in the crorcet ptoision. The rset can be jmbueld and one is stlil able to raed the txet wiohtut dclftfuiiy.


It's great, isn't it?
Got it at work today.
how bizarre.
Even more bizarre is that I was reading this just after having woken up and I only noticed that 'english' was misspelt until I'd finished reading and looked at it properly.
Curious! I did indeed read that with ease. Strange then, that I find common mis-spellings and the like incredibly irritating usually. Although the complete ommission of apostrophes is generally the worst thing and you did include those, so... hm. :)
That is really weird, i could read that totally normally!

I guess it depends on the person - I could read it just fine. But maybe my brain is wired up in such a way that it's easier for me.

I could read it with a bit of thought. I think it depends on how you read - do you read word by word or do you actually look at the letters to understand the word? Most people get used to the way the word looks - as if it is a pictogram of the word rather than go C-A-T 'ah hah! Cat'.

Love this sort of thing though :)
i'm dsxilyec so it dsone't mkae mcuh dfefrecine to me, i raed wdors fnuny ayywnas. hwoeevr, wniirtg lkie tihs is a bcith of the fsrit oedrr and htrus my haed =(

I know what you mean. I was going to write some more stuff like that, but decided it was too much hassle.

Still managed to read what you'd written though.