I got them all, I counted twice to make sure, the first time I got 5, then, I rechecked and I got all 6, I was surprised when I scrolled down, I did not know that our brains could not interpret the word "of" interesting.
Reading backwards, good idea :)
It`s just dawning on me why the brain is doing this - at least to some of us: I tend to read everything, especially newspapers, "diagonally", jumping from noun to noun and to the occasional verb. Saves time. So yes, I think the eye and brain just skip those filler words like "of". Very interesting.
my aunt sent me this it has to be typed exactly as is to " work" I think its only in the way the words are broken up that in this case our brains dont process the "f' in of..kind of odd,,,and congrats to the genius's is that plural for genius? umm IDK gonna go study LOL
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