Sun (Monday, 5 Nov 2012) Reply
So is spraying pointless messages on walls
Name: (Monday, 5 Nov 2012)
Trollolol (Monday, 5 Nov 2012) Reply
Yup... sometimes I subconsiously read "push" or "pull" on the other side of a glass door and follow the instructions.
euRo (Monday, 5 Nov 2012) Reply
Not that pointless to arabs and hebrews?
Trollolol (Monday, 5 Nov 2012)
When one looks at some Jewish fundamentalists, who consider pressing a button in a lift to be more laborous than climbing upstairs (supposedly because pressing a button can cause sparks and thus is equivalent to making fire!), then it might seem, that they also think backwards.
Pinguin (Monday, 5 Nov 2012)
"SIHT" is not hebrew or arab.
SIHT Happens (Tuesday, 6 Nov 2012)
If you are dyslexic
...HAƎY (Monday, 5 Nov 2012) Reply
.ƧƧƎᒧƎƧU YᒧƎTIИIᖷƎᗡ ƧI ƧIHT
hey! (Sunday, 11 Nov 2012)
how did u do that?
OMG (Tuesday, 13 Nov 2012)
ɥoʍ pıp n po ʇɥɐʇ¿
(J) (Monday, 5 Nov 2012) Reply
Oh another funny asian first opa gandan style now this their taking over the world step by step oh snap now I'm writing backwards i meant step by step
uɐɯʇnoɹɐɟ (Monday, 5 Nov 2012) Reply
(; ˙ǝʌɐɥ oʇ ʇuǝlɐʇ ,uıɥɔʇıq ʎllɐʇoʇ ɐ sı ɥɔıɥM ˙uʍopǝpısdn ƃuıpɐǝɹ ʇɐ pǝʇuǝlɐʇ ʎlqıpǝɹɔuı ǝɹɐ noʎ ʎǝɥʇ ǝsɐǝ ɥʇıʍ sıɥʇ pɐǝɹ uɐɔ noʎ ɟI
huh (Monday, 5 Nov 2012)
Copy-pqste (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
"You had one task, just one task... But you failed to spell a 4-letter-word correctly :/ Son, I am dissapoiqt."
GraphicsDesigner (Monday, 5 Nov 2012) Reply
It's not pointless if you work in the prepress process. FAIL.
lefty guy (Wednesday, 7 Nov 2012)
As a lefty, I tried writing like this for a few days and found it very easy and natural. But yes of course it is a pointless talent to be able to read or write backwards.
wuts it u (Tuesday, 6 Nov 2012) Reply
i got a mirror does it count
sinner77 (Thursday, 8 Nov 2012) Reply
..well, actualy..some of military personel in anti aircraft divisions that are trained to do exactly that - to write text this way so it can be red on the other side of a glass panel. Reason? You can often see a see through glass panels in movies that have grid lines on them. They are used as a sort of write-and-erase maps. The guy who is on the radar screen is on the one side of glass panel, his assistant is right beside him and he actually writes coordinates and marks the place of enemy aircraft on panel with and marker - inverted. The commander of division is on the other side of panel and he can easily see and read where are targets and give orders to the units on the ground. It was later replaced with computer screens but is still used in some countries.