Anonymous Postcard: Claim Detail
I have one of your cellular phones. It's a flippy model. It does most of what I want it to, I guess. I occasionally send text messages, and there's one thing that bothers me. I like to use t-9 predictive text. And every time I type the numerical combination 8-6, I obviously mean "to." Your telephone's prediction, however, is invariably "um."
I do not
mean "um!" Even if my speech is
infected by such verbal effluvia, I have no intention of either wasting two of my precious 160 characters on it or making people notice it.
On the off chance that I did
want to convey some sort of indecision and actually write, "um," I'd much rather click through to it on those occasions than have to click through to "to" every single time.
And I refuse to write "2" (which takes more keystrokes even than getting to "to") unless I absolutely need to save a character.Mailed:
All images copyright Tucker Nichols