Damn you Fat Fingers!: Best Typing Mistakes & Autocorrect Fails

Damn you Fat Fingers!: Best Typing Mistakes & Autocorrect Fails[PDF / Epub] ☄ Damn you Fat Fingers!: Best Typing Mistakes & Autocorrect Fails By Gordon Sutherland – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Text messaging is the ultimate form of communication but Auto correct makes you look pretty stupid sometimes People texting a word but their phones auto correct feature suddenly has a mind of its own Text Fat Fingers!: Best Typing eBook Ð messaging is the Fat Fingers!: ePUB ☆ ultimate form of communication but Auto correct makes you look pretty stupid sometimes People texting a word but their phones auto correct feature suddenly Damn you Kindle - has a mind of its own So it s Randomly correcting words incorrectly You like texting humor, or taking just a little bit of pleasure in the misfortune of you Fat Fingers!: Kindle Õ others This book brings together the best of Autocorrect fails It is the full of funny and painfully embarrassing autocorrect fails This book will leave you laughing until the end Promise. A collection of screenshots about all the funny awkward weird messages people exchange via their smartphones If you re an iPhone user and you ve experienced similar scenarios related to the evil AutoCorrect, you will enjoy this book There s also an urban dictionary in the end of the book to help people understand the tech terms and Internet culture better. Can t read it.There is no finesse to this book at all Every page is a shot of multiple cell phones with the goof but even on biggest font and zoomed in I can t read them. Meh.Well, it s a very aesthetically pleasing layout for the most part The mockup phones and photographic layout make these look really nice except for the inconsistent and annoyingly lacking padding in some speech bubbles Unfortunately, the flashy graphics don t make up for the stale content which often feels too forced and fabricated to actually be funny I only laughed at a handful, and even then just a tiny huff of air.There s also a strange section in an obnoxious font which covers irrel Meh.Well, it s a very aesthetically pleasing layout for the most part The mockup phones and photographic layout make these look really nice except for the inconsistent and annoyingly lacking padding in some speech bubbles Unfortunately, the flashy graphics don t make up for the stale content which often feels too forced and fabricated to actually be funny I only laughed at a handful, and even then just a tiny huff of air.There s also a strange section in an obnoxious font which covers irrelevant urban dictionary entries on words like lel and lol for no apparent reason Also wow and duh because apparently the target audience is one year old kids who haven t yet learned those common terms or how to properly use them