Damn You, Autocorrect!

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Ebury Publishing, 2011 - Electronic mail messages - 279 pages
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Damn You, Autocorrect! brings together some of the laugh-out-loud funny and painfully embarrassing posts from the hit website, which highlight the hilarity that often ensues when text messaging goes wrong: girlfriends getting together for 'manila penis,'(mani pedis); a husband texting his wife that he 'laid' the babysitter (paid); a friend asking if someone got tickets to the 'Lady Vagina' (Lady Gaga) concert, and the most popular image on the website so far: a father texting his daughter that he and his mother were going to divorce, when they were in fact just going to Disney. Oops.

The phenomenally successful Damnyouautocorrect.com began when author Jillian Madison innocently tried to invite some friends over for gelato. Autocorrect, however, had another idea, and asked them over for a night of 'fellatio' instead. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Damn You, Autocorrect! includes 200 never before seen submissions to the website, as well as an introduction from the author and website creator, Jillian Madison.

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User Review  - martensgirl - LibraryThing

You know that awful stomach-churning feeling you get when you accidentally send someone a misspelt text? Spare a thought for the poor devils in this book who have sent texts to the relatives, friends ... Read full review

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User Review  - ThothJ - LibraryThing

2nd Review: Just as hilarious as the first time! 1st Review: Hilarious!!! Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Jillian Madison is the founder of the Pophangover Network, a collection of 11 snarky pop culture blogs. The network is visited by millions of people each month, and has grown into one of the Internet's premiere destinations for clever original humor and pop culture news. She currently lives in Connecticut.

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