I’m Dyslexic…. so i’m allowed post this!

I love ‘Amateur Transplants‘ although some of their material is seriously inappropriate, especially for doctors! The video above is only a few seconds long.

This one below is also is brilliant (about 3 minutes long), and reminds me of the kind of song that my friends & I would have tried to write in school, but we weren’t that good!

One of my favourites is ‘Nothing at all’ but I’m not posting that here! I think their humour might appeal to Le Clown or Madame Weebles

Everyone else… enter at your own risk!!

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About Barbara

Born in Dublin, living in London with Peter, my two daughters, Wilson our Spaniel & Woordow our Malshih (Shih Tzu-Maltese cross)
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6 Responses to I’m Dyslexic…. so i’m allowed post this!

  1. Grannymar says:

    Please don’t ask me to read aloud or spell that wurd! 😉

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    • Barbara says:

      I can sing it though! 🙂 Did you listen to the first song… its only a few seconds long…. Charlotte & I were stuck for ages on the last word…..

      emiT?? Why emiT ?

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  2. Grannymar says:

    Do you think they mean EMIT? EMIT is the acronym for enzyme multiplied immunoassay technique, the cheapest and most common drug screen used in workplace drug testing.

    Now can you say this one? Methylenedioxymethamphetamine I regularly had to type it for court papers. Very often if there was one charge, there were twenty. Imagine being a court clerk and having to stand & read out multiple charges with that in them, knowing you could not use a common name or abbreviation?

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  3. Barbara says:

    No… they definitely mean Time 🙂 Just Charlotte & I can be very slow sometimes! Why can’t they say MDMA after the first time? That’s what you do in scientific papers. When was it that you were typing up papers about Methylenedioxymethamphetamine?? Is there a post of yours there somewhere to fill in that gap?

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  4. Al says:

    The problem with these medical and pharmaceutical terms is that even when you spell them right, the spell checker rejects them!

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