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Texting affects ability to interpret words

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  1. Inceptor

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    So, people who spend more time reading print books, magazines, and newspapers are better readers than those who spend a lot of time texting.
    If u txt like ths ur brane trns to mush. ZOMG!!! LOL!?!;)


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  2. Drone

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    Does sexting affect other obvious ability?
     
  3. Munki

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    Strangely, 99% of the people that I text don't use shorthand with the exception of acronyms.
     
  4. slyfox2151

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    did anyone else not have any problems reading the last sentence at normal speed?
     
  5. Munki

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    Nah, it took me a minute to realize that it was "text lingo"
     
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    I can comprehend both, what does that make me?
     
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    Normal.
     

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