I have been suffering with it for decades and I still can't spell it - I think its a kind of a sick joke invented by the so called 'normal' people to get at us... Regardless of not being able the spell dislexhia, I am glad to be one
Because, jumbled, was already taken LOL
I was good with this answer but Hubpages says my answer was too short so now for some dribble to get the warning out of my hair lol
Yes, there are some absurdities like that, like when I had a viral infection of the inner ear that caused vertigo, the doctors in the hospital put me on the third floor next to the window.
deos it rlealy mteatr? Dndi't smeoone do a sdtuy taht siad we olny need the frsit and lsat lttrees to be crrocet to raed wrdos
by Helna 4 years ago
Why does God allow innocent children to suffer?
by tim kenner 8 years ago
Suffering draws us closer to God, God could say the word and all our toubles would go away. It's through struggles that are true self comes into light and we either turn to God and trust in Him or go the other way and get drowned in defeat and discouragement. Why do you think God allows terrible...
by Julianna 18 months ago
Why does God give children to those who abuse them? This has been a question that I have been trying to find an answer for. Discussing this through the years I honestly am looking for a true understanding of why? There are many in the world who would love to have children however they will never...
by jagandelight 7 years ago
Why does men have a hard time telling a woman that they like them when they are attracted to them?
by Sundeep Kataria 3 years ago
If God is omnipotent and omnipowerful then why does he allow Poverty, Hunger, Wars etc. to exist?
by ptosis 16 months ago
Why does God allow suffering, troubles, afflictions, hardship?Why doesn't God solve all our problems? How can I learn to trust that God is in control of the problems in my life? How could a good God allow so much evil? Why doesn't He do something about it? Couldn't God have created a world without...
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