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Monday, 25 July 2016

Smart (alec) Phones

As mentioned previously, I've been tripping around the province with hubby for the past 3 months, acting as photographer on his project. (I took well over 8,000 pictures!) We've made a lot of friends along the way, including this friendly, welcoming bunch:
We were like ships passing in the night with the rest of the family, so we kept in touch mostly via text. I've come to appreciate that the auto-correct function on a Smart phone is a bit of a curse...One day I texted eldest son about leftovers, typing: "there is a chicken breast in the fridge."  He responded immediately with, "Lol!  I sure hope not!!" Puzzled, I scrolled down to see the auto-correct had changed my words to, "there is a chicken breast-feeding in the fridge."
We're still laughing!! :)

10 comments:

  1. Haha!!!The girls look very satisfied with their feeding greenery, and lots of photos, hope you had a great time out there.

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  2. Have to watch out for those chooks in the fridge, you know......they get up to all sorts of shenanigans when you aren't watching! That's a happy herd of cattle, lots of good steaks, is the barbecue at your house or mine?

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  3. I'm glad you are making friends on your journeys.
    I have a love/hate relationship with auto-correct.

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  4. Too funny! I've learned to read before I hit enter because of the silliness of auto correct. Fun, though, that it gives us something to laugh about! XO

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  5. Thanks for sharing this! It made me laugh out loud, and my one yr. grandbaby came over to see why Nana was laughing so loud. Then I showed her your cows, and she is saying "moo" now. So you made both of us happy. Have a great week!

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  6. Thanks for the laugh and I feel your pain!! LOL

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  7. haha.. I've had that happen too. different words.... Actually I'm getting pretty good at reading through auto-correct messages..

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