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Deafyslexic: pronounced def•a•lexick

A person having the disability of “Deafyslexia” often mishears something, and incorrectly comprehends the statement using close sounding words; People with advanced Deafyslexia often do this even if the wrongly replaced words make little to no sense rationally in the sentence.
Temporay Deafyslexia VS Advanced Deafyslexia:
A person with temporary Deafyslexia can be defined by;
A person with hearing and/or commutative comprehension that is impaired at the current time due to other noises or lack of attentiveness to the conversation.

A person with advanced Deafyslexia can be defined by;
A person with hearing and/or commutative comprehension that is permanently less than average.

A person who’s IQ level is less than average, therefor unable to accurately replace the misheard words.
Typical Deafyslexia Example:

Steve Shouts to Ashley who is in the laundry room “Hey Ashley do you want to go the movies with me tonight?”
Ashley (who is doing the laundry) “Yeah I would love to grab a smoothie with you tonight”

Advanced Deafyslexia;

Steve (who is in the same cubical at work with Ashley) “Hey Ashley do you want to go the movies with me tonight?”
Ashley (Who is sitting next to steve) “No Steve, I am not sure I would put the moves on a meteorite”
Steve “What the F Ashley? You are seriously Deafyslexic!”
by ACinKo April 04, 2014
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