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Damn You, Autocorrect!: Awesomely Embarrassing Text Messages You Didn't Mean to Send

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The founder of popular website Damn You Autocorrect has published a list of her 25 favorite auto-correct fails of all time. For those who somehow missed the phenomenon, Damn You Autocorrect allows users to upload screenshots of text message conversations that contain hilarious (and often raunchy) errors caused by Apple’s problematic auto-correct functionality. Jillian Madison, who founded the site after sending a text message with an unfortunate error to a friend thanks to auto-correct, compiled a list of her all-time favorites and posted them on the site this past Friday. The list contains plenty of NSFW language but they’re mostly hilarious, as is often the case with highlights from the site. Hit the break for a link to Madison’s top-25 auto-correct fails of all time.

The founder of popular website Damn You Autocorrect has published a list of her 25 favorite auto-correct fails of all time. For those who somehow missed the phenomenon, Damn You Autocorrect allows users to upload screenshots of text message conversations that contain hilarious (and often raunchy) errors caused by Apple’s problematic auto-correct functionality. Jillian Madison, who founded the site after sending a text message with an unfortunate error to a friend thanks to auto-correct, compiled a list of her all-time favorites and posted them on the site this past Friday. The list contains plenty of NSFW language but they’re mostly hilarious, as is often the case with highlights from the site. Hit the break for a link to Madison’s top-25 auto-correct fails of all time.

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There is, of course, some legacy prudishness to autocorrect—the tendency, for example, of to become —but for the most part the global menagerie has, in its unflagging vulgarity, produced a linguistic corpus that skews blue. Where Hachamovitch did away with the scutwork, the new autocorrect introduces the slutwork and the smutwork. When one reads such hilarious-error collections as Damn You Autocorrect, one can't help but feel skeptical. Some entries beggar the imagination; it's hard to believe that Volvos could become vulvas as often as they seem to. But even if we assume a significant rate of fraud, we are forced to conclude—given that autocorrect draws from group behavior—that the unpublished typing of our society is more unpublishable than we ever imagined.