Sirian Slip & Google SubText®

a Sirian slip® – when dictating to Siri and she makes a Freudian slip typo on your behalf.

example > I would like to spank all the wonderful women who have made me who I am today

I just invented this, and would like you to start using it in conversation.  It’s cousin is when you are texting away and your phone’s auto-correct makes an embarrassing spelling change.  This, below, is your phone’s brand new feature – Google SubText®

Google ‘subtext®‘ –  if I want to send a text to the wifey saying “want me to pick up pizza tonight?”.  Let’s say i wanted to send that.  Instead, somehow, the phone sends that stupid auto-correct “Since clearly you can’t cook.  I guess I need to take care of dinner again, like I do every night?”  I KNOW I typed in to my phone, without question “pizza tonight?”  Pretty sure I did, I was driving and not super paying attention.  Anyhow, that was the message sent and now I am in a shit-ton of trouble.

that would be ‘Google Subtext®’ or a ‘Sirian Slip’ – for those of you too cowardly (like myself) to speak your real mind

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2 thoughts on “Sirian Slip & Google SubText®

  1. This shit is crazy real. I got rid of my iPhone (joyfully) and was playing with google voice on my new phone. Was trying to send a text to my wifey. Just an update about me picking up pizza and being home soon. What it typed up was a sentence that had both the C word in and AND the N word in it. How did those words even get into my phone? it’s brand new. Then, it says “do you want me to send?” and I joked with a friend who watched this unfold “send this? maybe if I wanted to get divorced”. yeah, google voice was still on. So it literally then updated the text to say “yeah, I wanna get divorced”. Thank god I never sent it, and it didn’t get sent.

    They shouldn’t call that google voice, or even google text. They should call it ‘google subtext’.

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