In the midst of furious finger typing on a small non-tactile screen, you're sure to make mistakes—so the majority of keyboards have autocorrect. Generally it works pretty well and is a welcomed feature.
Until autocorrect decides to screw you over.
Example: My mom asks what I want from the grocery store. I use Samsung's swipe feature to type in "snack", but since I write it a tad bit sloppily it writes another word that my mom probably doesn't ever want to hear.
Since I hardly use the word anal, unless I'm talking suppositories with my dad, it's safe to say I don't need that... more