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Thanks mimi. I do try not to be brilliant - it just comes naturally!
Oh Nellie dear, don't worry, we love you when you are brilliant, or not!
Ah, you gyus now I feel dmub!
Thanks Pat, I could read it right away your way. Thought I was slipping!And yours too Michelle! Thanks!
Actually, you're supposed to use all the correct letters in each word, just scrambling them, but with the first and last letters correctly placed. So "English is readable" could be "Eglnsih is radedable", not "Esabosh is rbalmpe", because you've introduced incorrect letters.
That really interesting. I can usually read this sort of thing, but this one was not so easy. Fun though!
Translation. "English is redable as long as the first and last letters are the same." Ellenreadable = I think I spelt that wrong
Nellies that's great. I can only translate a bit of it, but I've never been too good with languages!
gpyd oje mimi. Esabosh is rbalmpe as lvpg as tpe fopbt apd lekt lmpkqps ahe tje sdke. Or so they say.
I agree Gladstone, it's weird!
It is hard to believe that one word in the English language can have so many meanings.
Thanks for the comments ladies, English is indeed a strange language!
Yep. Pity, isn't it.
This is so very true! :(American is even worse, I think! :DThanks, Mimi!
I think it's something common in many languages - violence is increasing!! Thanks so very much Mimi!!
Love it!!! Soooo true! Thanks, Mimi! :-DDD