Written by Joe Leff

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Topics: reading

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

More and more people are beginning to read stuff and then re-read it some time later.

Since you've started reading this, even more people have started to read repetitively.
Even now, some people will be re-reading the above sentence to make sure they've read it properly.

Repetitive reading seems to be sweeping the country. It started with a few repetitive readers in Reading, Berkshire. That's right. Reading in Berkshire was where repetitive reading seems to have started.

At Reading University there's a Department of reading, where they study repetitive reading several times a day. They write reports repeatedly about repetitive reading.

"They're so good," said Professor Robert Read, "that most people read them several times."

Professor Read is a Professor of Reading at Reading University.

"We should point out, however, that there is no cure for repetitive reading. Let me say that again. There is definitely no cure for repetitive reading."

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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