In an example of ’embarrassing lack of imagination’, I’m going to post the top words that my phone believes I want to type when presented with a given letter. Maybe this could be a new meme, if people are really that bored.
NB I use my phone to blog, Twitter and send work emails, as well as txt msgs and personal emails. I’m assuming ‘vote’ is from blogging, ‘editorial’ from work, and ‘drunk’ from home life, although nothing is certain in this world. Oh, also my phone has a QWERTY keyboard, hence 2ABC not agglomerated together…
A: also / agree / airport / also happy [‘airport’ is the start of a theme]
B: based / been / because / be able to
C: can you / can you send / could / cheers [needy, me? think these are mostly work though]
D: driver / days / due to / drunk
E: email / entered / editorial / editor
F: flight / fine / from / flat
G: great / going / good / goes
H: however / have / have been / him to
I: it’s / it’s not / India / in the [It’s not India? Well, why all the elephants and beggars then?]
J: job title / just / John / Jess [I’m there from signing off work emails]
K: know / know it’s / Kentish / Kentish Town [you know it’s Kentish, Kentish Town, despite its geographical location]
L: less / last / line / least
M: most / make / mean / me know
N: need / need to / number / needs
O: on this / on the / on my / only
P: post / please / please can / please can you [again, think this is work]
Q: quid / queries / quite / quickly
R: rIGHT / road / rather / resolved [yes, I’m surprised by capitalisation here. Silly phone]
S: some / see you / should / should be
T: this / to be / that / the current
U: under / using / until / until we
V: vote / volume / voicemail / vine
W: will / with / which / wine [vine and wine. yay!]
X: Xavier [I’ve never typed ‘Xavier’ and don’t know anyone called Xavier. Christ knows why HTC decided to put this as the only & default option for X. Maybe I’ll get an x-ray just so I can tell people about it…]
Y: your / you get / you send / years
Z: Zealand / zones / zenith
Only 3 numbers have predictions attached:
1: 1925 / 1983 / 12ish [flight time, absolutely no idea but presumably the year, and time of day, respectively. There was a brief time when ‘1’ came up with ’17 year old’, for reasons that baffled me – yes, I checked my sent messages, and nothing untoward was apparent]
3: 3 seats [to myself, on the Flight from the Airport to India at 1925]
7: 7ish [probably later formalised to 1925]
So, readers, what does my phone say about me? What’s the most amusing SMS you can create from the words above? What’re your favourite predictive messaging predictions?
3 thoughts on “Top words”
Of course, the iPhone doesn't have this behaviour, y'know.
(And that kiddies, is today's lesson in one-upmanship. ;-) )
Who are you, and what have you done with John Band…? ;-)
P.S. PreachyPreach is right…
"the iPhone doesn’t have this behaviour"
Innovative – a product with fewer useful features than the competition.