Euphoric Aphasia; Tottenham Trounce T`Huns.
Euphoric Asphsia; Tottenham Trounce T`Huns.
Individuals who struggle with written aphasia can exhibit a range of language writing related symptoms and no two cases will be exactly alike. Sometimes it is impossible to understand which words/phrases the person is expressing because the sentence construction is/are not correct and/or are written in the wrong order, causing a completely different meaning to that intended.
I think we may have found a small inter-breeding tribe of them in a virtual corner of the internet and they`re beginning to gather here.
Comprehension of aphasic speech may also be difficult due to incorrect word choice or arrangement. Symptoms can be restricted to speech or extend to reading and writing. The disruption may be subtle and result in occasionally being unable to find the right word or it can be severe and inhibit even simple object naming.
Expressing joy without a 'but` is allowed:
The words are there in the jumble, but it can be difficult to find sense in them.; phrases like; 'Brilliant win` come out like; 'we took an almighty gamble and it will backfire when we play West Brom` or 'Fantastic, now we get the second leg at home in the next round` into 'all our players are knackered`, perhaps worse of all is 'Dortmund are a good team and we deserved the win` which can become 'never thought they were all that`.
Seriously people, life is short, supporting Spurs is a lifetime of curses, but when the chance comes to enjoy the moment, to celebrate what we are becoming to defy the critics and pundits and to agree, yes it was the group of death, but theirs, not ours, be brave, grasp the moment and let loose the screams of joy.
If you can`t find the Euphoria in a well earned, hard fought significant victory, then life as a Spurs supporter is already too much of a burden for you, find your local team and have some of that instead.
To our magnificent away fans, I salute you, a small number but you did us and your team proud, to the sit at home fans - don`t be afraid to puff your chest out for a few days and enjoy the lack of negativity that seems to course through so many veins these days.
In case it passed you by, it was a red letter day; our first Champions league Top slot finish.
Now for the almighty Baggies - apparently our guaranteed banana skin, ooohh, I`ve gone all Spursy again….