The funniest autocorrect fails sweeping the web | Daily Mail Online The funniest autocorrect fails sweeping the web | Daily Mail Online

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He just drove off with his mom's corpse. When referring to the same type of feature in software owned by other companies the word is not capitalized, as in autocorrect.

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The sender usually forwards the messages, oblivious to the fact that they may have just sent a bit of a blunder Your phone is out of control! The patent covers all possible ways to draw attention to the word, including, a change in font, font size, colour, italics, bold and highlighting Lost in translation: Autocorrect may be used as a noun or a verb.

Can't wait either woah potato!!! A child texting a family member about their mother's reaction to a bee sting took a turn for the bizarre when autocorrect converted 'Epi pen' into 'penis' A texter was left red-faced after the word 'semen' was turned into 'weekend' in a message 'Love you too!!

The auto-correct can lead to texting bloopers Many other people found that the autocorrect function turned boring messages into something rather more fruity.

Apple has recently been granted a patent that will highlight an autocorrected word for both the sender and receiver Meanwhile, someone trying to organise an evening out managed to turn the title of a hit new film into a bizarre night out for new mothers. The New York Times.

The Daily Express Say good-bye to autocorrect fails of days past and hello to a brave new world, one where you never have to worry about accidentally sending dirty texts to your parents or humiliating yourself while attempting to flirt with your crush.

The autocorrect changes on devices like the iPhone mean that although the mobiles might have all the latest technology, sometimes a good old-fashioned phone call might spare the sender's blushes.

The smartphone's over eager spell check often mistakes words for completely unrelated ones One son gets the shock of his life after hearing that his father was 'in prison' before his mother realises her mistake and has to reassure him she meant 'dad's interested in dinner tomorrow'.

The auto-correct howlers on devices like the iPhone mean that although the mobiles might have all the latest technology, sometimes a good old-fashioned phone call might spare the sender's blushes Making progress: The amused recipient of the messages replied: A woman called Monica texts her friend saying, 'I'm fighting with Mike.

AutoCorrect was invented by Dean Hachamovitch, working for Microsoft in the s.