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Old 05-19-17, 04:52 PM
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Verbal instructions - how I feel

This video should be shown to all those who want to give detailed verbal instructions to ADHDers.

The way everyone feels watching this, at least until they "get it", is the way I feel when being given legitimate descriptions of what to do.

Note: There was no script - he created the entire thing on the spot!

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Re: Verbal instructions - how I feel

I don't get it. What is it??

My totally random guess was toaster

Catalytic converter???
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Old 05-19-17, 06:01 PM
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Re: Verbal instructions - how I feel

It was something about a transmission, but it's actually impossible to know because the entire thing is made-up nonsense.
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Re: Verbal instructions - how I feel

Yeah, I recently got into the habit of asking people to send me an email of their requests.

I like desk brainstorming sessions but a lot of information gets lost in the wind. Well, recycled air. >.>
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