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There are several weird mistakes you seem to always make, despite knowing they're wrong. (Ex: I always tend to swap 2's for n's and vice versa when writing) It's as if some connection just went permanently wrong in your brain. amirite?

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Since everyone is sharing all the weird thing they do, I think I'll just let everyone know that I'm flawless.

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If I'm writing a lot and I'm truckin' along, I'll tend to rewrite two words at a time.

Ex: And then suddenly the man jumped and quickly thrust his spear into his into his opponent.

LinksLegionaires avatar LinksLegionaire Yeah You Are +46Reply

I tend to add the letter "e" onto the end of words, despite know that the word doesn't end in an "e", both when I'm hardly focusing and when I'm concentrating really hard on what I'm writing.

monica_is_WJLLs avatar monica_is_WJLL Yeah You Are +24Reply
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That's pretty weird, I went on the comments page to write the exact same thing.

perma2e2tly wrong

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Yeah, Reality's got it. Like if i'm doing math i'll write 4n one line and 42 when I'm copying it to the next line.
Not sure why i do it but I've lost a lot of points on tests...
oops.

thedoctorofwhos avatar thedoctorofwho Yeah You Are +14Reply
@1758520

I... I really don't know. :/

thedoctorofwhos avatar thedoctorofwho Yeah You Are +14Reply
@1758520

i think its like whenever they want to write an "n" they end up writing a two instead without thinking, and then visa versa would be like writing an "n" when they meant to write a two

Realitys avatar Reality Yeah You Are +9Reply
@1758520

I do the same with F's and 7's. I'm not sure why, but I've always done it.

@1758520

I do it for 5's and F's. I think it's because of the sound, but I really don't know.

@1758520

Yes! I think so. Glad I'm not the only one.

I always mix up G and J when I spell out a word that has either letter in it.

SuperSukhs avatar SuperSukh Yeah You Are +16Reply

when i was younger, whenever i meant to say white i would say yellow and whenever i went to say yellow i said white..... every time. it was so weird.

Realitys avatar Reality Yeah You Are +13Reply

I do the same thing with 5's and f's sometimes xD

@AlexandraTheGreat I do the same thing with 5's and f's sometimes xD

That might be because "five" starts with an f so your brain just doesn't know whether or not to write the word or the number. At least that's what makes sense...

fj95s avatar fj95 Yeah You Are +1Reply
@AlexandraTheGreat I do the same thing with 5's and f's sometimes xD

I do think that's why. But it's still really weird. I don't mix up 9 with n or 6 with s xD

Sometimes when I write and the next word I'm writing starts with the last letter of the last word I wrote, I'll combine them. For instance "with help"
Turns into "withelp"
Or if I'm thinking of the next words I want to write while I'm still currently writing another word, it'll come out like this: "the bok keeps making thit mistake" when I mean "the boy keeps making this mistake" it particularly happens with Ks

goodtimes avatar goodtime Yeah You Are +6Reply

I mix up lowercase g's and s's for some reason.

I mix up t's and 2's and p's and b's

Anonymous +4Reply

I mix up 4s and Fs

When I talk and mean to say "yesterday I..." I say "last year I...." and vice versa. Also when I'm writing, I've noticed that I so commonly make the mistake of typing s on to the end of a word ending in d (or vice versa), that it's actually cropped up as a problem when I am writing by hand. e.i. I want to say "the lawyer always asked a lot of questions to witnesses." and it'll come out as "the lawyer always askes a lot of questions to witnesses."
Also p b and d get confusing for me.

goodtimes avatar goodtime Yeah You Are +4Reply
@goodtime When I talk and mean to say "yesterday I..." I say "last year I...." and vice versa. Also when I'm writing, I've...

Well I know the right tenses, I just see s and d switched with eachother so often because they're next to eachother on the keyboard (I make a lot of typos)

goodtimes avatar goodtime Yeah You Are +1Reply
@goodtime When I talk and mean to say "yesterday I..." I say "last year I...." and vice versa. Also when I'm writing, I've...

I'm not saying you don't know the right tenses. I know the right tenses and I'm all the time making the same mistake. I'll read over a story I've written and realize that there will be random present tense words when everything else is past tense.

@goodtime When I talk and mean to say "yesterday I..." I say "last year I...." and vice versa. Also when I'm writing, I've...

From the example you used, it sounds like you are mixing up tenses more so then the letters, which is quite a common occurrence.

Something I do all the time when speaking is mixing up nouns in a sentence. Just today, instead of saying 'She put the toaster in the sink', I said, 'She put the sink in the toaster'
The funny thing is I do it constantly and I only notice when it's pointed out by others.
Does this happen to anyone else or am I just extremely weird?

Anonymous +4Reply

Sometimes when I write the words five or four, I end up writing 5ive and 4our. It doesn't happen with any other number. Just those two.

EpicGymnasts avatar EpicGymnast Yeah You Are +4Reply

I frequently forget the i in my name.

_pi_s avatar _pi_ Yeah You Are +3Reply

My mother used to get "clock" and "watch" mixed up, and if I write too quickly I make P's where I meant to make b's.

Sometimes when I'm writing I'll accidentally turn a d into a g..

Miss_Meerkats avatar Miss_Meerkat Yeah You Are +2Reply

Whenever im typing, I sometimes hit a button on the right side with the same finger that I am trying to use on the left side.

For example, hitting k instead of s or u instead of r.

7's and 5's when doing my math homework. I have no idea why.

sparesecondss avatar spareseconds Yeah You Are +1Reply

I mix up Es and 3s.
On my chemistry test I was copying an equation from the board and I changed H3 to Helium, thus fucking up the entire problem. And I could not for the life of my figure out what I had done wrong when I compared my equation to the actual one.

Fred_Weasleys avatar Fred_Weasley Yeah You Are +1Reply

Sometimes I confuse squares with E's.

Anonymous +1Reply

When I'm solving an equation in math class, not only do I add numbers when I'm suppose to multiply them, I add them completely wrong, and get some far out answer. My tests always have question marks all over them.

When I was a kid, I always wrote my 5s backwards. A teacher will write a letter or number on the board and I'll think it's backwards and it's not. I don't have trouble reading though, which leads me to believe it can't be dyslexia.
I also tend to mix up ds and bs.

@midnightcookies When I was a kid, I always wrote my 5s backwards. A teacher will write a letter or number on the board and I'll...

It wouldn't be dyslexia because dyslexia is with numbers. Perhaps you have dyscalculia, which is dyslexia with numbers.

For some reason, it is telling me that dyscalculia is spelled wrong and wants me to correct it to miscalculate....

I mix up 4s and 7s with Fs

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Whenever I write any word with 'ag' i always skip the a and write just a g. I'll go back and redo it only to write the same exact thing a few more times. I have to really slow myself down to get it right. Weird.

Sometimes when I'm reading I'll read it wrong but it'll have the same meaning. Like instead of "She has amazing eyes," I'll read "Her eyes are so amazing."

Sometimes I randomly forget how to spell the easiest words, or forget how to do the simplest math problem. :p

Also, a friend of mine still mixes up her lowercase b's and d's, switching them around.

I mix up my 5's and b's. I realized it in Algebra class.

Anonymous 0Reply

When I'm writing a word that has starts with a capital T and then h, i'll combine the letters. For example the "h" will come out of the t, making it one letter.
so random.

In math class I frequently swap x's for 8's and y's for 9's and vice versa. Not very helpful in algebra, I've lost points for it

Anonymous 0Reply

I mix up b and d a lot when I write, and sometimes I write ß instead of p, which is weird because English is my first language, I only started to learn German five years ago...

Sierras avatar Sierra Yeah You Are -1Reply

I write 3's backward.

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