Texting is a very convenient way of getting your message across. We do it on a regular basis, so much so that cell phone manufacturers have added smart features to help us type words faster than before. There is the auto-complete feature, the swipe keyboard among other nifty development meant to make you chat faster.
However, all these need for speed and auto-complete features make us sometimes somewhat less careful. I am sure there are several occasions where you have typed a text message so fast. Thinking the device, can understand your intentions directly from your brains without your hands relaying exactly what the mind intended to type. This is where auto-correct is supposed to save the day, but sometimes it auto-correct or auto-completes with completely insane words.
Then you start cursing at your phone, wishing with all your might, that you could take back the already sent text. Maci Peterson (pictured right) was in such a situation one day. When she was chatting with her ex and on one reply she meant to text “Sorry I keep missing your calls”. Instead, the auto-complete typed “Sorry I …read more