Technology, however helpful, can sometimes fail to deliver exactly what the user intends. You can get frustrated, or you can have a laugh at the situation. One site dedicated to spreading the humor of automatically corrected text function failures is www.damnyouautocorrect.com. As the name of the site suggests, its content is not always rated E for everyone, but for those whose humor allows for profane, suggestive or outright bawdy errors, the site can be good for a laugh. Not all content is adult in nature, but enough of it is that it might not be safe to share at work.
The fact that such a site exists, and that it regularly draws contributions, is a reminder to take a look at your communications before you share them — especially in situations where a mistake would not prompt a laugh.