In today’s technological world, sending a text message is an easy way to communicate. But multitasking while texting can sometime have some, shall we say, embarrassing results. That is just what happened to a woman named Ashlee Bradford. She was in her bedroom recently and responding to a friend’s text message using her phone’s voice to text feature. As she was dictating the text message to her phone, her dog Brucey walked into her room. The dog, who is twelve years old, is almost completely deaf and blind. However, he knows just how to get the attention of his mom Ashlee. She says he hates it when the doors are closed because he does not want to miss out on anything around the house.
As soon as Brucey entered the room, Ashlee placed her phone in her lap and then reached over to pick up her beloved dog. She snuggled with him for a bit and then returned back to the text she was sending her friend earlier. But when she glanced at her phone she realized she had sent a much longer text than she had intended to do. She had accidently turned on the voice to text feature and it caught all the things she was saying to Brucey. Here’s what the text said: “I’m usually the opposite and have great days Who is who is your good boy good boy he is a newborn or you so handsome you’re handsome baby yet you like that if you go into sweet IPC I Brucie Brucie hi I love you I love you I love you boo who is we who we who is a sweet boy sweet Bolognese.”
Lucky for her, Ashlee’s friend is also a dog lover so she completely understood. Best of all, it looks like little Brucey now has a great new nickname thanks to the Autocorrect feature on her phone: sweet Bolognese.