Over the past year since Scott and I have gotten our iPhones we have started to believe that the auto-correct setting's purpose is to make us laugh. I can't tell you how many times that we will be texting back and forth and the iPhone will "correct" a word that will make the sentence make no sense at all. Here is an ever-growing, on-going list of some of those texts:
*I was talking to my friend about going to the gym this morning.
-My text should have said: I can go to gym this am no kids.
-What it actually said: I can go to gym this am no kods'
*I was talking to my neighbor and asked him if it was wrong that I was drinking wine on a random Tuesday.
-His text should have said: Nope. Need help with the second?
-What it actually said: Nope. Need help with the seconf?
*In having a convo with Scott about my sister-in-law and I going to a jewelery party.
-Should have said: We are going now.
-What it actually said: We are hoing now.
*When Scott was leaving Phoenix and heading back home.
-Should have said: I love you, too.
-What it actually said: I live you, too.
*My friend, Megan, had an update status in which she was talking about her relaxing night. She had written DWTS+Bud Light Lime+2 kids in bed=Pure Bliss. I happened to be watching Dancing with the Stars, too, so I commented on her status.
-Should have said: DWTS+Bud Light+popcorn+3 kids downstairs with Daddy=Pure Bliss
-What it actually said: DWTS+Bud Light+porn+3 kids downstairs with Daddy=Pure Bliss