Keyboard Exposé

Apparently, my keyboard thinks I’m either a good guy or a little girl.

10 thoughts on “Keyboard Exposé

  1. My cellphone offered this creepy characterization:

    I Am a Rock
    Song by Simon & Garfunkel

    A winter’s day
    In a deep and dark December
    I am alone
    Gazing from my window to the streets below
    On a freshly fallen silent shroud of snow

    I am a rock I am an island
    I’ve built walls
    A fortress deep and mighty
    That none may penetrate
    I have no need of friendship friendship causes pains
    It’s laughter and it’s loving I disdain

    I am a rock I am an island
    Don’t talk of love
    Well I’ve heard the word before
    It’s sleeping in my memory
    I won’t disturb the slumber of feelings that have died
    If I never loved I never would have cried

    I am a rock I am an island
    I have my books
    And my poetry to protect me
    I am shielded in my armor
    Hiding in my room safe within my womb
    I touch no one and no one touches me

    I am a rock I am an island
    And a rock feels no pain
    And an island never cries

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  2. My cellphone (in internet mode) suggests “I am enough”

    I’m cool with that.

    The message keyboard is set to Polish (though I only rarely text in any language) so it doesn’t do anything in either language

    my computer keyboard suggest “I am the Night” the name of some tv series I’m not interested in watching…

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  3. Just checked on my phone and computer keyboards in Polish and it turns out I’m either:

    jestem (I am)

    “all the girls” (wszystikimi dziewczynami)

    “God” (bogiem)

    “a murderer” (mordercą)

    Now I need to integrate these….

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  4. “I’m a doctor, not a…”

    Well, I’m NOT a doctor, but I am a huge fan of the original STAR TREK.

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