Re: The Dyslexicon

Here’s another bit of silliness. “The Dyslexicon,” by Carl Frederick is almost too silly for words. That’s must be why it turns words inside out, mixes them, and shuffles them about.  Filled with all sorts of wordplay, from spoonerism to bad puns, the story presents a conversation between a dyslectic robot interview with the Head of DOG, the Dyslexic Geek Organization. Yes, you did read that right. Read on.

Begs to be read out loud.

One thought on “Re: The Dyslexicon

  1. Clever and worth the read. It would sound good out loud, but you’d lose a lot of the humor that’s built into the homonymic sentences on the page.

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