The middle button game

So this is my kid’s favorite game to play with each other when they are bored or have watched every youtube currently released. It can only be played on devices that give suggested words while typing, which makes it great on the go. Basically, when you start a reply, you just hit the middle (or whichever one you choose) suggested word twenty times or so. But once you pick which button you are going to hit, you can’t move to another one. Luck of the draw what word pops up next, and no editing sentences. I’ll go first.

We have a little bit ago I can do not just the way it is that I can get a little more.

(Sometimes I think the sentences read like politician’s speeches…)

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You mean on the keyboard on your phone/tablet, where the middle word (of 3) is the predicted next word?

I think that word is the leftmost on iOS.

Middle: The only problem is it there was no wifi app for me asking if you can do anything and I.

Left: I don’t think I can do anything about it but I don’t think I can do it again but I.

Right: I’m looking at my own pics but it’s still the best way out for offside I know what she did

iOS only got predictive typing a week ago in the standard keyboard so it’s still early in the learning process.

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Really? Android’s had that for years.

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Amendment: iOS only started learning from your own typing habits w/ iOS 10, instead of the same language patterns used by everyone.

Wow. That is crazy, my phone brings up crazy crap I spelled 5 years ago.

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This one is almost zen-like.

If not 's I have attached a time and the time comes.

The intended sentence was:
I’m not sure I have anything worthwhile to add to this conversation

Here’s what I got.

Empire State Building you are not the only thing that’s

After that, I got an emoji

Heyup, here be mine

I received the notice and job offer round the 15th of last month and I was wondering if you could send me a copy of the best for you all to be able to assist you with the law

Just plain nonsense :slight_smile:

I don’t think so. I have a meeting at church for part of the year, but I don’t have to pay for anything.

Umm, wow, strange.

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Thanks so that you can do that I am going into your browser window that I am going on in

I have run out for the moment and I am looking at the same step for you and the Count.

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I keep predictive text turned off. It’s never, ever been useful.

Makes ya wonder about who Glux is hanging out with…

I admit that the peculiar phrasing and particular capitalization is what caught my attention enough to actually post that… I begin to wonder if I have MPD and one of me is having a more interesting life.

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Middle: I am I missing something here I am I missing something here I am I missing something here I am
Left: I have no clue you too Aunt you have the Sims I am your sugar to work tonight too Aunt
Right: the the door does the door and frame you are not popular with my personal opinion you are not the

I must have predictive turned off! This phone (LG Stylo 2) is fairly new, and acts differently from my Moto G. I’m still figuring it out…

This would be interesting and amusing. If I read CoG on my phone…

Sadly, there is no predictive text input in my browser. But I do have a spell-checker. :wink:

With rare exception, I don’t visit here on my phone, either. I just fired up a new text message, generated the string, and typed it on my PC.

I have a good idea to have a good idea to have a good idea to have a good idea to have a good idea

(That was middle on my tablet. Apparently, I am full of good ideas but they are all pretty much the same.)

Right:

Hi I was supposed I was little old lady is not willing and and then some can’t help or relearn how we have anything for when they were a republican to do when it starts the future.

Left:
The only one sick and and and and and and and and and and and and

I’m not trying with my phone because it is probably full of 4-letter words from the three months of texting my team and 1SG prior to deployment.

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