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By iPhonekid / Sunday 27 May 2012 07:19 / United States - San Antonio
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By  gr8koolkat  |  18

To be honest if you were a good friend (close enough to ask her what was wrong), you probably should've called her. Or at least text back something a little more sympathetic rather than just 'awwh'.

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  nado13579  |  26

Do people not know you can just click on the word that autocorrect has pop up right above or below the word you're in the middle of typing and that stops autocorrect from changing it?

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  TheDrudgeChild  |  26

108, see 107. Touch screens are difficult to touch a small X button on, especially when the word it wants to autocorrect to is right next to it. iPhones are evil things at times.

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  beelee1988  |  26

My phone autocorrected "homie" to "homosexuals". I'm so glad I looked before I sent the text. And 194- If the person wanted a phone call, I would ASSUME, they would have just called OP. Just an assumption though.

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  perdix  |  17

Don't worry, it's actually comment #53. Somehow, when I first wrote it, it ended up under this pointless thread by mistake. The only way to fix it I know is to cut the text from the edit box, replace it with a random character, and paste it into the edit box of a first-level comment. Thanks for being my Kevin Costner, though, I-ee-I will always love you-woo-woo ;)

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  Shargard  |  17

Hah, check that out. I knew the comment would be thumbed down, and a bunch of bored idiots would actually waste thier time pointing out something completely obvious and pointless. I think after all you guys are the sad and idiotic ones. Continue the misery. Feed me. :-)

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Shargard: That's actually pretty...pathetic. You must have a sad life if you got banned (for probably being a complete trolling fool, because the staff are pretty laid back), made another account and you're already pissing people off, ON PURPOSE. Can't you find something more productive to do with your time? Or are you that utterly useless as a person? I'm assuming it's the latter. Enjoy your trolling. It's probably the only form of pleasure you'll get in your miserable life.

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  Tali147  |  27

Wow #5 I am really blown away by your wit and the depth of your comment. It is giving me the chills. Seriously, you are so insightful. It's amazing.

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Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  KM96  |  27

Well actually I did write a thoughtful comment but when I posted it I realised the person above me had the same comment and it was down to 10seconds, and I didnt want a repeat comment

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  Baustigt  |  18

You'd think you would learn to proof-read if this has become such a problem for you. You know, adapting and learning from past experience and all that shit. Man, natural selection is going to knock your lineage on its ass.

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  SammyS2012  |  18

I proofread all of my texts, but sometimes after I text and hit send, that's when the phone autocorrects me. It changes the last word to something awkward if it doesn't recognize it

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  steak87  |  18

#6 I totally agree. autocorrect is such a lame ass excuse that is overused. Sure it's a problem. Soloution? Hit space then proof read your text BEFORE you send it, or just turn autocorrect the FUCK OFF.

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  itssosparkly  |  26

When I read that as "comes for autocorrect", I had a mental image of a horror movie trailer starring a band of vengeful text messages attempting to find and kill autocorrect from the shadows.

By  gr8koolkat  |  18

To be honest if you were a good friend (close enough to ask her what was wrong), you probably should've called her. Or at least text back something a little more sympathetic rather than just 'awwh'.

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