Thanx for froobing fun with the badger.
And for the living in dreamland frubal...or is it nightmare land for him?
And for flurbing my being eluded by the point.
And for the rules being the rules frubil.
And for furballing the pegged irony meter.
And for the active reasoning lobe fuurball.
And for foorlbing RIP Diana Rigg.
If one is learning to write Hebrew letters - you know, purely hypothetical - must that person use the written form of Hebrew or the one commonly seen printed? Say this person has motor skills problems and had trouble tying laces and riding bikes when most kids could and whose handwriting is always going to be a bit crap.