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Damn You Auto Correct is a website that I recently found while surfing the web. It consist of iphone fails...most not appropriate for children to read.  But it's the funniest site that I've come across in a long time - you have to check it out.                                 The day that I found  it I couldn't stop reading page after page of text messages gone wrong.  I went from sitting at the computer reading and laughing out loud, to my couch using my cell so I could continue the madness. Before I knew it I had 4 other people sitting around laughing... each trying to read out loud but couldn't because we were all in hysterics. I couldn't even see after awhile from my tears of laughter making my eyes burn from my mascara. As I looked around the room at us it reminded me of our game nights we use to have. Each of us trying to be first, speaking over each other, and talking all at once. The only thing that was missing was an argument... that usually happens at our game nights.

So next time you need a good laugh or there's a lull at your soiree... Damn You Auto Correct is the site to be on.
There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.” 
 Charles Dickens


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