When the messaging service was probably invented for cellphones, they wouldn't have taken into account the screw-ups any future developments would cause. But the truth is, the misunderstanding in these SMS is caused by the ONE THING that was supposed to resolve it - AutoCorrect.
It is a double-edged sword. Though it helps us to make sure what we write has fewer spelling errors, there have been many occasions when it unintentionally changed the entire mood or context of a conversation with our friends and family.
Frankly, I correct Autocorrect more than it corrects me. And if this doesn't convince you, then these autocorrect moments fails will provide you with some laughter, along with proving the point that I'm making. Take a look:
This horrible autocorrect definitely had the potential to create some awkward water cooler talk at the office.
This is one of those moments where a time machine would come handy. At least she keeps herself busy with work. We only regret not being able to see her mom's response.
Gordon Ramsay will have to pass on that one. Actually, we don't know him personally; maybe it's already in his dishes.
Well, I'm still not sure if that was an autocorrect fail, or was that a person seriously a racist. (Let's hope for the former!)
To be fair, that would be a very interesting method to catch a ride anywhere.
A lot needs to be taken care of before The Nutcracker can go off without a hitch. Plus, those eager kids need a lot more to eat than bird seed after the mass suctioning.
We're still trying to find a fridge that can automatically create cucumbers via text message. The next generation will whip up an entire salad with dressing!
If you've ever tried to find the whereabouts of your grandpa (or parts of him), there's the first place you should look.
This sounds like the beginning of an intense horror flick directed by John Carpenter.
Be on the lookout for Super Manicure and Breastmilk's big screen debut in 15 years. DC Comics is getting desperate!