Funny Dyslexic Jokes And One Liners
There's a lot of misconceptions about dyslexics. They're certainly not stupid - far from it; in fact most dyslexics are very intelligent and often more creative and innovative than others.
And dyslexics don't see things backwards, it's just that language information is processed differently by their brains. And if you think about them carefully, a lot of dyslexic jokes don't really make sense as they involve the spoken word and hearing.
Even the dyslexic jokes that play on mistaken written words don't really reflect the reality of dyslexia. That doesn't stop dyslexic jokes being funny though - a lot of them tend to be very clever wordplay-based puns.
Anyway, with no offence intended, here's a collection of funny dyslexic jokes and one liners.
Well I'm not stupid, I'm just dyslexic. And I can't help it if I have big toes.
Which wasn't fair, as he's never even met her.
He wrote a poem.
She'd only been working at the clinic for two days when one doctor called the other into his office and said they'd have get rid of Nurse Nora.
The second doctor asked, "Why, when we only just hired her?"
The first doctor replied, "Well, I think she's dyslexic and does everything backwards. For example, I told her to give Mr. Hamilton two shots of morphine every 24 hours, but she gave him 24 shots in two hours and it almost killed him. Then I told her to give Mrs. Smith an enema every twelve hours and she gave her twelve in one hour."
The doctor had barely finished saying this when the second doctor suddenly ran out of the room.
"Where are you going so fast?" the first doctor shouted after him.
"To see Nurse Nora, I just told her to prick Mr. Jones' boil!"
Try deliberately spelling words wrongly.
At least that way, you have a chance of spelling them right.
It's not big and it's not clever.
The second skier says, "No, it's zag zig."
The first skier is sure he's right and the two of them start having a heated debate about it.
Finally, they spot another skier and the first skier says, "I'll tell you what, let's ask this guy."
So he says to him "Excuse me, sir, going down the slope do you zig zag or zag zig?"
The guy replies "Sorry, I've no idea. I'm a tobogganist."
The first skier says, "In that case can I have 20 Marlboro, please?"
The first one asks the second, "Can you smell gas?"
The second one replies, "I can't even spell my own name."
He replied, "I've got the big C."
I was shocked. "What, cancer?" I asked.
Nobody listened and the wolf ate him.
National Dyslexic Association.
Unless you're dyslexic, of course.
I wonder what percentage of users actually manage to get onto it on their first attempt.
Give them a long sentence.
"Of course," said the receptionist. "What's your name, please?"
I said, "Mr. Kzlaczycki."
She said, "Can you spell that for me, please?"
I said, "No."
"OK," he replied.
41th Yam, 1892.
I said, "Wow, I didn't even know you had an XBox.
I'm going to give my competitors an urn for their money.
I think he's trying to tell me something.
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