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Weekly Prompt: Auto Incorrect

Write a story about a time auto-correct messed up

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It happens to the best of us writers: Your phone thinks it knows better than you. Now, it’s your turn to take the frustration of auto-correct and play out the scenarios that ignorant technology haphazardly creates.

Your mission this week is to craft a microfiction story about the funny, unintentional, or




“‘Great things come in small packages,’ they say. But I’ve noticed small things also come in small packages.” —J.A. Taylor

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