Anyone with a modern mobile device knows how much of a bane and a blessing the autocorrect feature can be when typing out text messages, emails, notes and so on.
Often the autocorrect feature will change perfect text, without rhyme or reason, and before you realise the error, you have already hit send.
These ‘corrections’ almost always result in a bevy of hilarious, if not mortifying, messages to friends, loved ones, strangers or colleagues.
Consequently, the Internet is a buzz with this latest meme.
Granted, this may not always be possible. To err is to be human after all. But it is important to me that I at least try to always remain positive.
So when I discovered the science behind why the glass is always full, I immediately felt that I needed to share it with all of you.
A new trend has emerged. That of turning your beloved canine friend into a mobile work of ‘art’. I use the term ‘art’ loosely here, of course.
Essentially people are cutting and dying the hair of poodles and other unfortunately fluffy dogs, to resemble other creatures, such as Panda’s, Pirates and Fairy’s. It is as crazy as it sounds and the results are just as mind numbingly hilarious.
Last night I had the privilege of attending the premiere of Leon Schuster’s latest film Schuks Tshabalala’s Survival Guide to South Africa. Every South African knows of the legend that is Leon Schuster. He is our original prankster, made famous by his uniquely South African candid camera work. Although he may have departed from his
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