| John the OFM ||23 Dec 2012 6:12 p.m. PST|
While typing up a Marketplace ad, I typed "hypaspist". Spell-check helpfully suggested "hypnotherapist".
It has the usual problems with "wargame".
| John the OFM ||23 Dec 2012 6:21 p.m. PST|
Oh, and "hoplites" are "shoplifters".
| Waco Joe ||23 Dec 2012 6:37 p.m. PST|
So that is where the Greeks get the gifts of which we are to be aware.
|Whatisitgood4atwork||23 Dec 2012 6:38 p.m. PST|
Hmmm. Interesting tactical possibilities. Get the hypnotherapists to make the enemy act like chickens while the shoplifters loot their village.
|SECURITY MINISTER CRITTER ||23 Dec 2012 11:30 p.m. PST|
I one time typed Pontic, and it suggested the name of a local guy who had brutally murdered his girlfriend. I would have at least expected Pontiac.
| Rrobbyrobot ||23 Dec 2012 11:43 p.m. PST|
Obviously a system developed by the under educated.
|SECURITY MINISTER CRITTER ||24 Dec 2012 2:34 a.m. PST|
Or better yet when it tell you that you've misspelled plurals.
| John the OFM ||24 Dec 2012 8:52 a.m. PST|
Latest: "Zouaves" become "Suaveness".
Film at 11:00.
|StarfuryXL5||24 Dec 2012 9:44 a.m. PST|
|Jovian1||24 Dec 2012 2:41 p.m. PST|
Try telling SIRI to play "Gangnam Style" on your iPhone – and see what you get – we got "I don't see condom style in your playlist, would you like me to search the web for it?" Thank you SIRI, but NO!!
|Henrix||25 Dec 2012 4:01 a.m. PST|
A dyslectic friend wrote a text about Anticimex, a swedish pest control company, and extra-nordic (as in the nordic countries, 'utomnordiska', in swedish) bugs.
It ended up as a very weird piece having something to do with anti-Semitic extraterrestrial ('utomjordiska') bugs.
| John the OFM ||25 Dec 2012 9:30 a.m. PST|
I think I blew up Spell Check with "cuirassiers". It suggested "weirstrasse", whatever the heck that is.
|Jeremy Sutcliffe ||29 Dec 2012 11:49 a.m. PST|
I've had no trouble at all with this sort of thing until I started using a Kindle Fire. The arrogance of its predictive text in assuming it knows what I mean better than I do is more than a little annoying.