Dsylexia

4 Feb

There was a reason Little Timmy was falling behind at school. It wasn’t learning difficulties in the normal sense, nothing about it was normal.

While it was true that he got confused and found reading hard, the problem wasn’t in his head.

The letters moved. He didn’t just think they moved, they really did.

N and M were distinctly mischievous and swapped over nearly every time Timmy read anything.

The ultimate reason for the letter’s malevolence toward him can never be known, as letters by themselves can’t communicate particularly complex messages.

Perhaps it is just because they’re mean little bastards.

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I’m really sorry if the title hurt anyone’s brain a bit :-)

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One Response to “Dsylexia”

  1. damiandowling 10 February 2012 at 13:24 #

    I love this one!

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