I sent a text to my daughter Alison one morning last week. I use the Swype feature on my phone to make texting quicker and I often get a kick out of the way it—with help from Autocorrect—changes my intended meaning.
My text was meant to begin with “Good morning!” But instead, the message that appeared on the screen said, “Good meddling!”
It made me laugh because the reason I was texting her was to make sure she was awake and getting ready for work. I was, indeed, “meddling.”
My daughter spent...
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