In the history of hilarious iPhone autocorrect pranks, we’re not sure one has ever gone quite this well. Twitter user Makenzie (@goddamnirwin) was apparently tired of her mother messaging her constantly about bringing her dirty laundry downstairs to be washed. So, she configured an autocorrect shortcut in her mom’s iPhone that would always change “dirty clothes” to “acid.” Apparently her mother isn’t aware that tapping the “X” next to an autocorrect suggestion cancels it, so hilarity ensued… for a painfully long time.
It just keeps getting better and better.
Here’s the first part of the conversation, as tweeted by Makenzie:
And then it went on…
Of course, this could all be a joke — it’s obviously not very difficult to label one of your friends as “mom” in your contacts list and have some fun — but it’s much funnier if we go on believing it really happened.
Either way, Makenzie’s hilarious tweets have earned her tens of thousands of retweets and favorites.