Autocorrected text messages lead to laughs

Autocorrected text messages, like this one, can sometimes be pretty funny (image courtesy

Have you ever accidentally told your significant other you want to kill them?

Or perhaps said that your grandma is in the grave?
Then you've likely been the victim of an autocorrect.

It's that nice function smart phones have to fix spelling mistakes, but sometimes with hilarious results.

Like "kiss" becoming "kill," and "garage" becoming "grave."

It's a new reality for conversation in the digital age.

We sent Josh Pagé out to gather a few auto correct stories here in Kamloops.

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