||It's "realise" in Canadian English. I'm Canadian
||Miranda (Authenticated as Randee15)
||June 28, 2005 at 3:40:01 PM
||She can't help it! by Rosita Quackenbush
And it's "dyslexic", not "dislexic". EDIT
: And where, I'm genuinely curious to know, did Melanie
actually say she was dyslexic anyway?
Dyslexia isn't an excuse, btw. Plenty of dyslexics, especially
those as old as Melanie
, write perfectly well, because they care about their readers enough to make their writing as legible as they can. I've seen many dyslexics online whose writing is indistinguishable form a "normal" person's writing.
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