A dyslexic cop is severely reprimanded by his captain because the spelling on his police reports is incomprehensible. “How can you expect anyone to read this! If you file just one more report with any and I mean *ANY* words misspelled, you are going on report!” screams the captain.
The cop vows not to make any more mistakes. The next day he is in his patrol car when a report of a traffic accident comes over his two way radio. He arrives on the scene to discover a grisly head-on collision. The cop takes out his notebook and begins to write, taking care to spell each word correctly.
“One, O-N-E. Ford, F-O-R-D. In the ditch, D-I-T-C-H.”
“That’s good,” thinks the cop as he walks across the street to the other vehicle.
“One, O-N-E. Dodge, D-O-D-G-E. In the ditch, D-I-T-C-H.”
“I am doing great!” says the cop out loud as he confidently walks to the middle of the highway, where he discovers a decapitated head.
“One, O-N-E. Head, H-E-A-D. In the boulevard, B-O-L … B-L-U …B-O-L-L … B-I-L …”
Finally, the frustrated cop looks around, then kicks the head with his boot, and writes, “One head in the D-I-T-C-H.”