Read the lines below quickly:


A bird in the

the hand is worth two in the

the bush.
Now read it backwards. Did you get all the words first time through?
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I didn't understand what we're supposed to do exactly? Do we have to read it backwards starting from the top or the bottom?
Aye, kinda. Okay, just read it and tell me if it makes complete sense.

Ah forget it. Stupid thing anyway. Emotion: sad
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Not so much that it makes sense but is it a correct sentence?

There is a mistake, can you spot it?
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
I think that the point is that most people read it as A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. What it actually says is A bird in the the hand is worth two in the the bush.
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Spot on princess!
Emotion: big smile
Nona The BritI think that the point is that most people read it as A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. What it actually says is A bird in the the hand is worth two in the the bush.

Actually I also read it in the way u did; however I thought that he wanted us to find out the real sentence perhaps..Otherwise it is nonsense..
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