The Bane Of Dyslexics

To: The department for finding names for things.
From: The department for discovering things and finding stuff out.

Dear sir/madam,
We have recently discovered a condition, prevalent amongst a significant portion of the human race, charaterised by an impairment in reading and spelling skills.
We are in need of a name for this newly recognised condition.
Obviously, because this name will be used not only by members of the medical profession, but also predominantly by those who have this condition, we are in need of a name that is easy to read and spell – fitting the criteria that it shall be fit for their usage.

Thank you.

To: The department for discovering things and finding stuff out.
From: The department for finding names for things.

Dear sir/madam,

Thank you for your recent correspondence regarding a name for this newly recognised condition.
Following much deliberation and consideration of the criteria you mentioned, we recommend that the condition be called “Dyslexia”.

Hope this satisfies your needs.

To: the department for finding names for things.
From: The department for discovering things and finding stuff out.

Yeah, that’ll do it. Cheers :/

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