Sometimes, predictive text can be a source of utter frustration. Other times, it can be a font of unending humor.
In case you're not familiar, "predictive text" is that feature whereby you start typing in a search box or some other form field and the service tries to predict what you're typing and finish it so you don't have to. It's also known as "autocomplete" and "autocorrect."
Do you remember this past weekend when I was posting my #AtticFinds2017, well there was a post that became one such, er, humorous instance.
I was typing a Leinenkugel hashtag and Instagram thought it knew better than me what I wanted after typing only #le. Let's just say it was off... way off.
Try harder next time, Instagram. K?