People say that in real life too! SHOOK. XD
People often don't actually read every letter, they recognize the length and general shape and only actually read the first and last character. Plus there aren't many words that start with Sau. With only one letter different in the middle it's not surprising at all that your mind reads it differently.
I wulnod't be seprirsud if you colud raed tihs wohiut to mcuh tlobure.
We all do
@Sharm I only had trouble reading trouble.
Ah glad to know I am not the only one reading his name wrong...
@FleshToDust Same, only trouble was with trouble xD
Careful Dalph, this is how cannibalism started.
I did that one wrong, I should have spelled it turolbe. That way it keeps the shape correct and only two outside letters are in the right spot.
I REGRET BEING HALF FRENCH.
@Sharm I read "trouble" in your first example... I guess we know who the slow readers are among us... jk
@starlight dream You know that word very well.
@IAmJakeSauvage I'm a french speaker too, so I see "sauvage" when I speed read, but in my head I always pronounce it "savage".
@FleshToDust I just learned it yesterday...
ha, troublemaker starlight. Not a bad nickname. XD
Star, in my defense... I am not a native english speaker (ah serves as a defense xDDD)
@FleshToDust Nice! Or... StarTroublemaker may work too...
@Guiguimu I was kidding hehe... had trouble reading trouble too^^
I'm not a native english speaker either... can I use that as defense that i'm NOT a troublemaker?
@FleshToDust It has a ring to it. XD
LOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!!! XD XD XD
@starlight dream I was kidding too, hope you didn't took my comment seriously ^^''
We can use the not native english speaker anywhere ahah well, for me it is true, my english sometimes sucks. I never saw something wrong with yours tho! ^^
@Guiguimu The reason I join English forums only, is so I can pull the "not native speaker" card at any sign of trouble. XD
I'm better at writing (and correcting) english than speaking it.
@starlight dream ha I feel ya, speaking is somewhat harder than writing, should be the contrary D:
Separate names with a comma.