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Friday, 18 September 2009

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Telephone Dyslexia Syndrome (DST) is blamed for the poor spelling found on most text messages sent by teenagers to their friends.

Leading SDT expert Ms. Cnut, says in her report that teenagers know full well how to spell words like, great, by the way and can on paper but simply cannot see the same letters when sending a SMS.

In a controlled experiment of sixth formers in the UK, teenagers were given simple phrases to first of all write down on paper and then were to text the same phrase to their best mate.

Phrases like; 'By the way can you come to the pub tonight? We'll have a great time together' were written down perfectly but when texted turned into 'btw cn u cme 2 the pub tnite? g8 time' proving the theory to be true.

Personally, I just think teenagers are lot of fing lzy cnts.

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