Can You Read This?

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Science

Only 55 percent of you will be able to. The other 50 percent, sorry--you"re just not as smart as the rest of us...
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Male 1,051
Didn`t IAB post a video debunking this? >.>
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Female 1,593
so 55% of people can read it but the other 50% cant?
well apparently 105% of Fancylads on IAB cant do math.

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I was going to say something like this. lol
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Female 1,593
so 55% of people can read it but the other 50% cant?
well apparently 105% of Fancylads on IAB cant do math.

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I was going to say something like this. lol
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Female 47
turn it upside down and put it backwards and then see who could still read it....
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Female 3,001
"Only 55 percent of you will be able to. The other 50 percent"

i dont feel too bad i cant read it, i can still do math.
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Male 126
haha could read it, but it messed with my mind a little. My eyes feel funny haha
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Male 98
I COULD READ IT! I`M SMART!!
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Male 37
uh
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Male 440
I`ve seen a shirt like that
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Male 5
Rating: 2.7 out of 5 or about 55% - exactly the rate who`ve been able to read it :)
I read about it before, but I doubt that it`s only 55% who can read it and it`s nothing to do with smatrness
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Male 304
I can read it, But since i`m prone to look at every letter in a sentence because I`m a Grammar Nazi and hate typos.
So I have to defocus to read it.
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Female 3,696
@Majorchug mine had a definite lisp going on x-X;


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Male 27
Is it strange that while I was reading it i was putting a retarded accent on it? lol
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Male 118
I read this when I was in like 7th grade or something. Everyone can read this.
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Male 312
Easily.
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Female 1,324
50+55=105% good job >>
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Male 2,690
I read it out loud within like 12 seconds ha. But yea...old.
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Male 321
oh damn i thought everyone could read this
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Female 212
Meh. Seen it before... Old study. Not that difficult.
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Male 53
i read the first sentence, then i was like Huh? theres something wrong with the words
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Female 1,593
so 55% of people can read it but the other 50% cant?
well apparently 105% of Fancylads on IAB cant do math.

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I was going to say something like this. lol
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Male 833
so 55% of people can read it but the other 50% cant?
well apparently 105% of Fancylads on IAB cant do math.
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Male 3,646
Also notice that they have all correct letters.
Spelling may not be important as a whole, but getting all the correct letters are.
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Male 322
"Not smart enough" to read hand cramps.

I can read it, but it`s something I`d rather not have to (and still do on a daily basis).
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Female 635
lol it says the same thing on the back of a certain vitamin water

:D
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Male 2,893
F**k you.
I ain`t forwarding sh*t.
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Male 4,004
"I`m pretty sure that the percentage would be higher than 50% due to all of the horrendous typos/misspellings that we see on the internet every day."

Actually, most girls 13-17 don`t even see why this is relevant at all; they don`t see any typos whatsoever. They think it means only 50% of people can read, at all.

Girls 13-17, learn to write and type please.
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Male 2,220
I am so stupid, couldn`t work out manslaughter even with context. :) Heh-heh.
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Male 8,300
After 25 years of commercial printing, the first 5 of which were before DTP and therefore all manual paste-up, negatives and metal printing plates, I can read upside down, back to front and in negative with equal ease.

Drives my Missus mad because quite often I`ll just pick a book or newspaper up and start reading it whichever way up it was when I picked it up.
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Male 270
Wow, now this is old.
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Male 985
I doubt the percentage is 50%, more like 90%
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Male 187
I`m pretty sure that the percentage would be higher than 50% due to all of the horrendous typos/misspellings that we see on the internet every day.
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Female 864
Read it easily .
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Male 2,159
I read it fluently in my head :-P

I must be in the more smarterer 55%...
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Male 332
I think the whole 105% thing was a joke hence the whole "sorry--you`re just not as smart as the rest of us" thing...
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Female 779
LOL @ 105%

I can read it very easily, but I can also read backwards/upside-down :S
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Male 48
"Only 55 percent of you will be able to. The other 50 percent, sorry--"
Pretty smart IAB, 55+50 = 105%??!!!!
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Male 101
Aurigae, you do realize they only studied a 100 people, and 55 got it right, right?

Also, did you happen to realize that 55 and 50 don`t make 100, or were you too busy feeling pissy about the numbers you thought were false?
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Female 31
Only 55 out of 100? Yeah right. Fake stats to make you feel special.
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Male 2,737
I read it quickly and I got it all but `Strange`,had to go back on that.That`s pretty cool. I can read upside down too.
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Male 96
@Cofee - Girl that doesnt get jokes doesnt get the joke.
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Female 1,008
I don`t get it. I can read it. Is it really that special? Also 105 percent?
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Female 151
I rarely say this but holy crap this is old. I got this in a chain email when I just started using the internet like 10 years ago. Back when the only emails I ever got were warnings that if I didn`t forward the email to 20 people some ghost would come and poo on my face.
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Male 15,832
It`s easier to read if you read it fast.
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Male 117
old thing is old
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Female 247
base 2 doesn`t really work like that actually it`s basically like saying...there are ö³δ types of people in this world, those who transliterate and contextualize, and those who don`t.
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Male 8,300
@Deviros - LOL. Well said, sir. You just made a new version of an old joke which might well make its way into history alongside the Original.
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Male 535
I`ll bite Lionhart

There are 10 types of people in the world,

Those who understand Trinary, those who don`t, and those who think it`s binary =)
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Male 8,300
> charliew07
> there are 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don`t

Except of course without the `2` subscript being included, `10` could be in ANY number base at all except a base 1 numbering system. For example, counting to 10:

Base 2: 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 1010
Base 3: 000 001 002 010 011 012 020 021 022 100 101
Base 4: 00 01 02 03 10 11 12 13 20 21 22
Base 5: 00 01 02 03 04 10 11 12 13 14 20
Base 6: 00 01 02 03 04 05 10 11 12 13 14
Base 7: 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 10 11 12 13
Base 8: 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 10 11 12
Base 9: 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 10 11
Base 10: 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
etc

Every numbering system base N contains `10`, representing 1xN^1 + 0xN^0, so the joke doesn`t really work.
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Male 98
Ok, this one has been going around for awhile. Not only has Cambridge said no such study has been done, but the claim isn`t even true. They flipped easy letters in words, they didn`t make an effort to make it hard.

Try reading the word siifneitcc can you figure it out without really thinking about it? Yeah it`s scientific.
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Male 2,748
it also helps if you can read in the first place...
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Female 301
the other 50%? where did that extra 5 come from?
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Male 670
55% and 50%? I claim significant figure error.
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Male 5,189
I remember this. Isn;t it like u keep the first and last letter same or something. I remember reading that somewhere.
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Male 487
"there are 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don`t"

lol, that`s a good one... I`m going to have to steal it.
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Male 1,351
@akijade
That`s...not true. I wouldn`t go around accusing people of learning disabilities; additionally, there are some people with perfectly developed brains who can`t read this because they were brought up with a different learning style. NOT a disability.
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Male 143
there are 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don`t
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Male 1,674
There`s 55% who can read it,
50% who can`t
and 5% who gave it their 110% but still couldn`t read it.
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Male 8,300
55% plus the other 50%... hmmm...

There are three kinds of people in the world; those who can count, and those who can`t.
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Female 1,006
wow tihs is animzag! Who wluod hvae tguhhot it was ture!

Oh yeah. Everyone knows this. Pretty much unless you have some sort of learning disability, you should be able to read this just fine.
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Male 776
you know this is only true if the words are in a logical order... random words with the first and last letters the same will be much more difficult to read than this suggests, especially because you can make multiple words out of the same letters
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Female 695
Wow. This is among the oldest thing on the internets. And I`m pretty sure everyone can read this.
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Female 322
the other 50%?
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Male 1,674
@yagovaggo
"Being able to read this is also the fact that when reading a sentence, we can project or guess the next word in a sentence"

That`s actually strange because i was just looking into that today when studying Markov Chains. There has been a lot of work done on simulating the english language - predicting the next word in a sentence based purly on the current word. This is how a lot of spam emails generate those semingly non-sensicle sentences but the structure is good enough to get past spam filters.
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Male 476
@ fee fee. Not true.... I tried that already.. you an still make out the work important anyway you type it...

Being able to read this is also the fact that when reading a sentence, we can project or guess the next word in a sentence.. and the letters you see pretty much narrow it down to the correct one!
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Male 35
Yeah the brain recognises the general shape a word looks like, we don`t read each letter as we go along.

If anyone has needed to get glasses and they say that they didn`t realise how bad their eyesight was it because their brain is doing so much extra work by matching the (now fuzzy) shapes to everything it has ever seen. As most of the time we are in the same environment, it can trick us into believing our eyesight is better than what it actually is. Interesting stuff
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Male 599
so why is there chain mail on iab?
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Female 1,158
"BS. This is not true. It`s possible to mix up words such that it`s much more difficult to read. For example:

Important in the text above is iproamtnt, but using the same logic spelling like iptnmaot and it suddenly becomes a bit more difficult to recognize."

it may have to do with the fact that you left a crucial letter out entirely.

also, description fail. insulting the intelligence level of others, yet being unable to get a simple percentage straight. lmfao. wonderful.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Dammit angillion I can`t work out what magltheuansr says. It`s gonna bug me all evening...[/quote]

Manslaughter.
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Male 476
@ fee fee. Not true.... I tried that already.. you an still make out the work important anyway you type it...

Being able to read this is also the fact that when reading a sentence, we can project or guess the next word in a sentence.. and the letters you see pretty much narrow it down to the correct one!
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Male 10,440
OLD! But interesting... I was surprised how quickly I could read it too. Almost as fast as normal text.
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Female 2,352
Pretty sure everyone can read this eye sore.
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Male 699
55 out of 100? im pretty sure everyone can read this
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Male 60
Wait... 55% can, and 50% can`t? What happened there?
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Female 646
What the fwuack is this doing on here? I`m not the one to gripe, but come on!
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Male 425
Surely nearly everyone can read it. I don`t think I`ve ever come across anyone who hasn`t been able to read one of those things. Anecdotal evidence FTW!
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Female 132
Vitamin water focus (mmmmmmm....kiwi strawberry) said that everyone could read this way
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Female 583
BS. This is not true. It`s possible to mix up words such that it`s much more difficult to read. For example:

Important in the text above is iproamtnt, but using the same logic spelling like iptnmaot and it suddenly becomes a bit more difficult to recognize.
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Female 427
I can read it.
I think trying to read Irvine Welsh`s "Trainspotting" is actually a true test.
Clockwork Orange doesn`t count.
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Male 11
Yeah I saw this a long time ago. It`s true, we read words as a whole so our mind recognizes them regardless of the order (besides the first/last letters). Humans are so cool.
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Male 493
Older than my mom

And a hoax
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Male 1,674
Back in the day IAB would *never* had posted poo like this. Don`t the people running this have any pride in their own site?
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Female 356
I didn`t even struggle...I read it as fast as I would read normal things...I`m SURE more that about half of us can read it...maybe 2 or 3 can`t...but this is simple..
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Male 1,357
yay, saw this when i was born. (and yes i can read it)
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Female 317
oh god, this is like sixth grade old. seriously, iab?
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Male 614
It`s chain-mail, so of course they`ll give such a low percentage.
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Male 58
I think it would be easier if we spelt all the words in alphabetical order
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Male 1,929
I thought that just about everyone could read this stuff, what with the method that our brains process language being universal `n` all.
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Male 1,081
Is everyone doing caption fails on purpose now?

My English teacher showed me this a while back. As far as I know, It`s much more than 55%. That second to last sentence about the spelling is stupid; You`ll still need to add all the right letters and start and end it with the correct ones.
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Male 1,485
lol, funny, but im sure this is a repost, nvm, it entertained me so it doesnt matter
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Male 1,002
also this whole business of being "smarter" if you can read this is total bullsh.t. If you can read it, the part of your brain that handles reading is slightly different than that of someone who can`t. The whole notion of some people being absolutely "smarter" than others does nothing more than keep people down who happen to not excel in a certain area. I would imagine that Jimi Hendrix probably wouldn`t fare too well as a scientist, but does that make him less smart than a scientist? Hell no it does not. Stop thinking in binary, people.
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Male 1,002
I don`t know why but the only word that really tripped me up was strange (sgtrane)
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Male 1,451
Hehe, 55 in 100 can read it, the other "50%" aren`t as smart. I get it!!!!!!!

I wonder about words that are anagrams of each other but start and end with the same letters. I can`t think of any, but I`m sure some exist.
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Male 68
The other [quote]50[/quote] percent? Honestly, Fancylad, I expected better irony from YOU at least. Fail.
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Male 25,416
Im pretty sure people who dont speak english couldnt read this!
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Male 2,220
Dammit angillion I can`t work out what magltheuansr says. It`s gonna bug me all evening...
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Female 1,963
Yeah, pretty much everyone (who speaks English) can read this. Context is definitely the most important thing though. For example, can you read these words: hsetmar, seentmatt, cvtnoseeiavrs? No?

Hamster, statement, conservatives.
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Male 12,365
Try this example:

A dootcr has aimttded the magltheuansr of a tageene ceacnr pintaet who deid aetfr a hatospil durg blendur.

I can read it and I expect most if not all people can, but it certainly isn`t as easy to read as it would be if written correctly.
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Male 12,365
This is an urban myth anyway. The research referred to never happened. It`s just an interesting demonstration of how we read. It doesn`t always work, not by a long shot. With different words and different sentences, it`s an incomprehensible mess.

Actually from Cambridge University

[quote">I work at Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, in Cambridge, UK, a Medical Research Council unit that includes a large group investigating how the brain processes language. If there`s a new piece of research on reading that`s been conducted in Cambridge, I thought I should have heard of it before...[/quote">

On that page, he discusses the reality behind this, which is more complicated (and more interesting) than the `letter order` paragraph.
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Male 3,842
The 55 out of 100 must mean that only 55 percent of people on Earth can read English well enough to recognize common English language words. After all, I couldn`t read it if it was written in Russian.
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Female 665
"Only 55 percent of you will be able to. The other 50 percent, sorry--you`re just not as smart as the rest of us..."

ahahaha! Wait, was that a joke?..Now I feel stupid. :(
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Male 4,014
Yeah, I`m pretty sure everyone can read it.
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Female 876
i thought the original article was something like this:

Arocdnicg to rsceearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn’t mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer are in the rghit pcale. The rset can be a toatl mses and you can sitll raed it wouthit pobelrm. Tihs is buseace the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe.

it shows a normal ability of the human mind. not shows that you`re special :s

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Female 388
Seewt!
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Female 1,077
in a perfect world, this would be my AP english exam.
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Male 45
I`m pretty sure that I read that everyone can read it before
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Male 43
i got a headache from reading that.
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Male 5,194
100% can read it, it`s just that 45% of people are dicks who pretend they can`t.
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Female 4,376
I can read it perfectly. Still doesn`t make me all that smart though.
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Male 176
Not exactly new though this, is it?
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Male 82
It`s not 55% it`s everyone... He even states why afterwards.
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Male 690
Your facts are bul1poo. Anybody can read this; you are therefore a retard.
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Male 467
Ahh, yes. That`s still not true. It`s true that we see words as a whole, and we rarely have to spell them out but the whole first and last letter thing is bogus - unless of course you use small enough words for there to be minimal jumbling around (and that`s just cheating).
Example:

You sulohd beohtr ysluoref wtih tkinihg.

translates to
You should bother yourself with thinking.

So really, if it still LOOKS like it did before you jumbled the words, you can read if. If it doesn`t you cannot read it.
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Male 1,265
I`m pretty sure the 55% thing is a lie though considering how few people I`ve known say they can`t read it.
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Male 177
if yuo cna raed tihs is taht bceasue yuo`er samretr tahn teh nxet perosn or jsut srtugglnig to raed soemhting taht mkaes you feel lkie you aer samrter tahn teh nxet fitfy preecnt say so teh iorny of it all is cloud oyu fial an egnslih tset wirtnig lkie ti
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Male 418
anybody who cant read it?
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Male 286
heh, its like my typing in chat.
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Male 1,547
Its just because our generation has been conditioned to read everything dyslexic non-nice individuals write on the internet.
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Male 1,505
Written like a true Facebooker.
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Male 1,312
lol, thats pretty cool
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Male 201
Very old, but interesting. It does take me longer to read than if the words were spelled correctly, but definitely still very easily readable.
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Male 34
"Only 55 percent of you will be able to. The other 50 percent, sorry--you`re just not as smart as the rest of us..."

that`s a total of 105%...
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Male 203
everyone can read that. don`t let the silly statistic make you feel smarter then you are.

just like those banner ads that say "britney spears` IQ is 140, can you beat her?" its all LIES!!
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Male 65
@ panth753
now
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Female 95
@AnwarNova - i think you`re right!

I had seen it when it was basically everyone could read this, and not that you were had a strange mind if you could!
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Male 1,958
Old like myspace
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Female 9,572
When did 105% become the new 100%?
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Female 525
I remember reading this when it was a chain mail..lol.
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Male 2,076
I think 55 percent can`t read this it because 55 percent of people can`t read. I totally made that up. But it`d be hilarious if I were right.
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Female 10
@madest.... maybe they ust need a brain?
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Male 28
In somecinda hard way i read that kind of text faster than when its correct typed in:S
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Male 193
As old as the world.
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Male 313
Im hvanig a hrad tmei rdeanig tihs.
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Male 575
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Male 7,378
The statistic is again made up. I`m pretty certain all IAB`ers can read this because it fits the way minds work. I`d say if you can`t read this there is something very wrong with you. Perhaps a brain transplant is in order.
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Male 231
This is so stupid...everyone can read this I`m sure. As long as the first and last letters are in place, you can read it. LAME
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Male 955
this is so fking old I remember getting this back as a chain mail on AOL when 33.6k speeds were pretty fast.
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Male 3
an You Read This?. Only 55 percent of you will be able to. The other 50 percent, sorry--you`re just not as smart as the rest of us...


umm that comes to a grand total of 105% lol
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Female 315
"Only 55 percent of you will be able to read this. The other 50, sorry." 105% huh. Um.
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Male 3,285
seriously i-a-b. this is extremely old. and youre still putting it up here?
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Male 936
everyone can read this, they only say 55% of people can because it will get 100% of the people to actually read it. the paragraph even goes into detail saying the human mind reads words as a whole..thats how ALL of our human minds read words. Its just a clever trick to get as many readers on board as possible.

Also, the only time spelling is important is if you are writing something for the words (i.e. a speech, or a book). If you`re writing something but the purpose is say to teach someone math, spelling is not important and never was..or will be.
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Female 2,026
i have never met someone who couldnt read it
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Male 3,014
You get no points! You lose! Good day sir!
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Male 588


This is a pile of carp. It`s 1 typo away from being this statistic.
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Male 3,331
"Only 55 out of 10 people can read it? I would say anybody who can read English, can read this"

It says "55 plepoe out of 100".
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Male 271
who can`t read this? it must just be a stupid number invented to make everyone feel special... right?

i`m intruiged
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Female 3,574
I thought everyone could read this type of thing.
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Male 2,619

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Male 15,510
Only 55 out of 10 people can read it? I would say anybody who can read English, can read this
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Male 7,830
no problems reading this. it is actually more than 50% of people who can, almost everyone can.
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Male 41
it says: IF YOU CAN READ THIS YOU HAVE A STRONG MIND TOO. CAN YOU READ THIS? ONLY 55 PEOPLE OUT OF 100 CAN. I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT I COULD ACTUALLY UNDERSTAND WHAT I WAS READING. THE PHENOMINAL POWER OF THE HUMAN MIND, ACCORDING TO CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, IT DOESNT MATTER IN WHAT ORDERTHE LETTERS IN A WORD ARE,THE ONLY IMPORTANT THING IS THAT THE FIRSTAND LAST LETTERSBE IN THE RIGHT PLACE. THE REST CAN BE A TOTAL MESS AND YOU CAN STILL READIT WITHOUT A PROBLEM. THIS IS BECAUSE THE HUMAN MIND DOES NOT READ EVERY LETTER BY ITSELF, BUT THE WORD AS A WHOLE. AMAZING HUH? YEAH AND I ALWAYS THOUGHT SPELLING WAS IMPORTANT! IF YOU CAN READ THIS FORWARD IT.
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Male 719
@blckhawk1234: Yes, it`s old. But it`s probably older than a lot of the people here, so they haven`t had a chance to realize how stupid people can be.

Here are a few other things they may like:

This,this, this,>http://dfc.furr.org/">this, this and this.
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Male 2,160
easy to read, there was some science article on it a while back and i believe it stated everyone could read it.
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Male 2,344
Yeah...I doubt that statistic is real, because I, of all people, read that with no problem, and I am a terrible reader. :I
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Male 62
I believe they refer to this as Gestalt, I could read it.

If I remember, Gestalt involves shapes, and teaching kids to read, kids learn faster if upper and lowercase letters are used, they recognize the shape of a word, whereas with just uppercase, all words just look like blocks.

Interesting!
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Male 715
old news, but it`s always fascinating that the mind is capable of interpreting it without a problem. Honestly I thought everyone was capable, not 50% or 55% as the article states.
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Male 196
I could read it. I wonder if there are actually people that cannot.
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Male 127
this too is old, but interesting nonetheless.. now lets see how many ppl write comments the same way this is written..
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Female 8,043
taht was etxrmemley itneerstnig. wreid but iertnetsnig.
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Male 719
Fact: Cambridge was never involved in any such research.

Also, 55% is about half of the population, which does not make either one strange.

I would love to go line by line and say how stupid each one is, but it`s just not worth it.
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Male 10,338
If you can read this, you have a strange mind, too. Can you read this? Only 55 people out of 100 can. I couldn`t believe I could actually understand what I was reading........

Pretty cool.
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Male 518
REALLY?! this is the poo that gets posted?? stupid forward poo that has been around the internet for ages. No stars for you sir
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Female 1,435
yup. seen it before. The test should be "how fast can you read this without getting the word wrong"
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Male 5
haha aewosme i culod raed it
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Male 47
You will also find that out of the 55 the majority also suffer from Dyslexia

ukfra (Can read it and does suffer from Dyslexia)
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Link: Can You Read This? [Rate Link] - Only 55 percent of you will be able to. The other 50 percent, sorry--you`re just not as smart as the rest of us...
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