By embarrassed - 21/12/2009 00:26 - United Kingdom
Today, I texted my Dad to tell him I'm staying at my boyfriend's house and won't be home. Since I had predictive text on, my phone didn't quite get the word 'home' - the message I sent said, 'I'm staying at Will's, I'll not be good tonight.' FML
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  perdix  |  29

I think whatevershesaid meant "commonly-used abbreviations" instead of "cliches." LOL, IDK, BRB, LMAO don't get "fixed" by predictive text. ING2BH2N is not widely accepted, though.

By  Back_In_Action  |  18

Fail.

If you know you have predictive text messaging (most or all phones do), read before you send; ESPECIALLY if it's to one of your parents. It's not that hard, and it'll save you embarrassment, explanations, and posting on here.

YDI.