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Dec 23rd 2014 at 1:51:18 PM •••

Okay, I know that the "Self Demonstrating"-labels are a cute tradition, but isn't this kind of mocking actual dyslexics?

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Sep 27th 2011 at 6:46:35 PM •••

"(On a side note, no, L is not dyslexic. He'd get the letters in people's names all mixed up.)"

What the snot does that mean?

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Sep 3rd 2010 at 1:24:25 PM •••

Would anyone greatly object to splitting the bulk of the description into a Useful Notes page? There's way, way, waaaaaaaay more stuff on how dyslexia works in Real Life than its use in fiction, which is what the trope is about. Specifically, I'm thinking of moving the first three paragraphs and the paragraph on dyslexia in other countries, and leaving a message about finding more accurate info in the UN section.

Any problems?

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Sep 8th 2010 at 4:01:34 PM •••

Well, no one has objected so I'm going to go ahead and do it. Useful Notes page away!

Jul 8th 2010 at 2:36:49 PM •••

In fairness to the people who think that dyslexia involves mixing up the order of words in a sentence or letters in a word, there is sometimes an element of that. But it's not that you instinctively spell words backwards, a better example would be spelling "friend" as "freind", which is a mistake anyone might make but dyslexics are more prone to. The same applies to words in a sentence, in that a dyslexic is far more likely to mix up the order of words within a sentence (and usually not the first or last ones, for that matter) than they are to start saying the sentence backwards.

Mar 26th 2010 at 4:10:01 PM •••

Funny thing is what ever troper wrote that note about L must have had in mind Light because its not important for L not to get people's names mixed up since Lights the one writing people's names in the notebook, not L.

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