kittycat101303 kittycat101303 18-21, F 14 Answers Feb 16, 2010

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dyslexia? is that what you're asking, although there is more to dyslexia than just that.

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mixing up words = malapropism

mixing up letters = probably dyslexia

example - malapropisms were made famous by President George Bush, for example:

"Rarely is the questioned asked: Is our children learning?" --George Bush, Florence, South Carolina, Jan. 11, 2000

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word salad

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I do that ..and sometimes I wont even see a few words.. lol I see a completely different sentence


read it as

You going over the mall day?

Actual sentence

Are you going over to the mall today?

A friend told me it's a symptom of dyspraxia.



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Dyslexia - its a terrible word to inflict on the inflicted! lol

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iwould have thought it would been dyslexia too

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I go with Alternate Source on this can be kind of endearing

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bad spelling and bad grammar??.....maybe not...

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are you referring to anagrams?

or maybe: Malipropisms, using the wrong word

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The only abbreviations I use for TMs are "b/c", "w/e", and TTYL...eliminating some letters for the sake of convenience just strikes me as lazy, and I might use an acronym to describe a TV show or movie title, etc, but only after mentioning it in full first.

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