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The irrational fear of repeating ones self in daily conversations with others,such as the sufferer's friends or randoms members of the public.The 'condition' causes the subject to be shy most of the time,leading to them to be commonly inaudible because of there low level of confidence this can commonly lead to awkward situations where the sufferer has to 'repeat themselves' to enable the listener to hear them.

the Howard Newton case of 1989 changed the way people percieved sufferers of dictaphobia,bringing to light the awful way they were treated,Howard Newton is the man who changed all this,he noticed the segregation of the 2 sufferers of dictophobia,they had to use 'dictophobia' toilets,buses,nightclubs and...umberella's.Howard newton followed the life of the sufferers(not hard there were only two of them).He made them feel wanted,he changed the speechist comments made about them and took his case to the high finland courts.the court trial was more important than the first man on the moon palaver.A massive 4 billion people watched the trial and this changed the perception of dictophobia,and by 2010 the sufferers where finally dead...

dictophobes are individuals that are scared of people with dictophobia,often acting on this fear with verbal abuse such as 'look at that 'dirty dic' and ahhh! he won't repeat what he said'. yes they are sad people.
SUFFERER:Hello,i have dictophobia...
PERSON 1:WHAT?
SUFFERER:....

SAD PERSON1: I CAN'T BELIEVE THEY ARE GIVING THEM MORE RIGHTS
PERSON2:YOUR SUCH A DICTOPHOBE
SADPERSON1:NO...STOP NAMING ME
PERSON2:I DON'T KNOW...MAYBE YOUR INSECURE YOURSELF
SADPERSON1:NO! YOU...
PERSON2:WHAT?
SADPERSON1:....
PERSON2:POINT PROVED!
by onevoice January 21, 2011

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