I think my phone hates me.

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You know I enjoy these things.

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New Year’s resolutions. Everyone makes them, no one keeps them.

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I don’t know about you, but I could definitely use a better year.

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Her phone knows her too well.

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Finally, a resolution worth keeping.

And lastly, there’s mine.

A resolution from my much loved and loyal iPhone.

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Well, damn.

I wasn’t expecting that.

😳

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42 thoughts on “I think my phone hates me.”

  1. Yikes – my like was merely of support for you, not any love for your phone…. Mine came up “ my New Year’s resolution is so incredibly sweet of you and your dad” while that has charm who the heck is the you and what does this person have to do with my resolution? Hmmmmm

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  2. Your phones complete your sentences for you? Why?
    On another note, I have not broken a New Year’s resolutions in over 40 years. In 1978, Jan. 1, I resolved “to never make another New Year’s resolution.” Haven’t broken it yet!

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      1. My phone tries to predict a word, sometimes, with a 1% efficiency rate. But it certainly does not try to finish my sentences for me. Spelchek is hilarious as it is at times–usually just frustrating because it even changes words that are spelled correctly–but quite often somewhat insightful.

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      2. Under usual circumstances I might agree, but you do all right on your own. However, if you were to post your final product, FOLLOWED by your original Spelcheked product, that might be even funnier still!

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    1. My fingers shake and it makes it hard to text, or type, or eat peas without a spoon covered in honey. Sometimes my phone guesses my next word correctly and that is helpful. If it doesn’t, I move on. It’s not a crutch for stupid people, It took me fifteen minutes to type this reply and typing is still much easier and faster than texting.

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      1. I apologize that I did not take situations such as yours into account. My hands have not reached your stage yet. Given other handicaps in my life, I will probably be there soon enough. I meant nothing about a person’s intelligence, BTW. I just wasn’t thinking in that direction.

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  3. Back in the ’80’s there was a British comedy called The Pope Must Die, which, as you can guess, was a slightly controversial title, so they altered it slightly to The Pope Must Diet.
    If given a choice between the two I’d ask for a third option.

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