an interesting bit of trivia


Here “travia” means general knowledge? Thanks.

Part of an article about Aphasia:

My language glitches have become frequent enough in the last 2-3 years that I can no longer ignore them. <...>

And this is where I think it pays to stop Googling and back slowly away from the neurology textbook.

The language oddities I’ve described here are firmly in the “inconvenient” category for me right now. Unless that changes, I’ll consider the similarities to aphasia symptoms an interesting bit of trivia. <-----Excess quote removed by moderator (Florentia52)----->
  • ewie

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    'interesting but unimportant', 'interesting but not serious'. Trivia tends to be unimportant information specifically:)
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