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I am a model. At the moment I am Marshal Ney from the Airfix Napoleonic Wars gift set..




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Bloody predictive text : (

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Dazzle_Dust texted her friend that she had arrived at my house.....

Should say *aunts*
31st Aug 2009, 17:04   | tags:,,

Twiglet says:

Yes, we had a good laugh about it yesterday. BS mentioned the phrase *Freudian Slip*..

31st Aug 2009, 18:02

rhys says:

I quite often used to send 'Do you want to go to the pub for a quick riot?' by accident, but continue to do so on purpose now. Everyone knows what I mean. :)

31st Aug 2009, 22:34

Twiglet says:

: ) @ rhys

I have never used predictive text... Barbaric idea if you ask me!

1st Sep 2009, 07:02

JokerXL says:

Use predictive text and just accept the first thing it comes up with, and send.
Like a code, among geeks.

1st Sep 2009, 12:15

Twiglet says:

Ah f*ck Joker... You crack me up and we're having a terrible time today... Thanks xx

1st Sep 2009, 12:17

taniwha says:

A little disappointed by the words it doesn't have - like junkie or reggae. How can I talk about my life in the absence of those words? :-)

1st Sep 2009, 12:17

Twiglet says:

Does it have bondage? Maybe I should investigate this predictive text. I just don't like to think I'm predictable...

1st Sep 2009, 12:19

JokerXL says:

Words it doesn't have (like "C*nt") in it's "dictionary" can be added by spelling the word out, once you've done that once (Dazzle_dust you've been sussed) it stays in the "dictionary" as an option for the next time you type "Aunt".
Marty (my name) comes out as "Nasty", which is a bit unfair, I thought.

1st Sep 2009, 12:35

Twiglet says:

Dazzle_Dust had already been sussed by BS who is familiar with the 21st century.

Spell check always makes me laugh with what it does to names.. ; )

1st Sep 2009, 12:37

JokerXL says:

As a mild dyslexia "sufferer", or should that be "sufferer" of mild dyslexia, I praise predictive text and spell-check to the heavens!
It makes me go back and sort out all the stuff that's red-underlined, or doesn't let me type what I want to, until I get the spelling correct, or think of an alternative word.

1st Sep 2009, 12:43

Dazzle_Dust says:

Dunno what you all mean, the phone got the right word first time...

1st Sep 2009, 22:08