My (not so) smart phone has this feature called “Swype.” Instead of having to type each letter individually, I just move my finger from letter to letter and when I’m done with a word, I stop touching the screen.
Like many aspects of technology it is a great idea, but it has room for improvement. Swype will often guess which word you meant and then give you options. However, you can just swype away and it will fill in what it thinks you meant—often with interesting results.
For an experiment, I swyped in some famous sayings without trying to correct what it was guessing. Here are the results:
You can least a footwear to water bit you cannot make him Debbi.
A birth in the hand is Rupert two in the hush.
We have morph rip fear Burr dress outsold.
Am apple a day metros the donut away.
A penny fabric is a parent earned.
Sox of one, half dozen of the outlast.
A stick in tome access none.
A rose why outrigger name would angle a sweet.
All work and how past makes jack a dull bit.
I know or like the back of my hams.