It’s true that autocorrect has done a lot of good things for people. Getting the words exactly right on those tiny screens can be a hassle for some people. On the other hand, clearly, it’s not perfect. We all have a story of autocorrect giving us a hard time when we’re trying to communicate something.
For instance, this guy was trying to tell his wife he liked her idea. Instead, he made it seem like it was something that came out of a butt. Hopefully, she’s the understanding sort. Otherwise, this might be the last tweet we see from him.
The Guy Across the Street Always Did Seem Suspicious
Married life is nice because there are a lot fewer surprises, but things can get a little boring, too. Work, home, chores, paperwork, putting the kids to bed, maybe some TV after everything is said and done. Having the same thing over and over can be comforting, but it does tend to drag on.
That is until a cop car shows up on the street, and then you can kick your imagination back into use. Is it because the house over there is a seedy crime den? Maybe they have a hundred dogs that need to be rescued. Maybe it's that boy of theirs again.
It's the Thought That Counts
Leaving notes for someone who goes off to work or school is a time-honored tradition and one that we think needs to come back in spades. Children of today have no idea what it feels like to open a lunch box with a blessing inside. This kind of note, however, does more than just let a husband know you're thinking about him – it helps him improve, too. Though he might not love it.
On the other hand, he only has himself to blame for stale bread. Look, as long as it hasn't gone moldy; you can deal with it. And now you know why you have stale bread, bud. All that late-night toast.
You Never Know What You're Going to Get
Is it a good thing to ask someone you love about their day? Yes, certainly. It takes a little more than that, but it's a good first step to showing that you care. But, just like this cat seems to understand, it can also lead to some difficult times.
Maybe the wife had a bad day and needs a shoulder to cry on. Maybe she's mad about something you did, and you've just painted a big target on your chest. Maybe she wants you to stop giving the cat grenades to play with. It's dangerous, and grenades aren't cheap or legal.
Also acceptable are “That's too bad,” “I liked him in that one thing,” or “Wow, she was so young.” You've never going to find a marriage between two people that are exactly alike, and that comes to their adherence to pop culture, too. One person is always going to know that one person from that one sitcom died, and the other person usually isn't going to care as much.
Sure, if someone important like a queen or a James Bond dies, then that other person might know, but otherwise, that person will rely on you for the info. That person might not care, but that won't stop you.