My favorite time to use the speak to text feature is when I'm on my morning walks with Red Dog. My walk is my zen time to reflect, think and organize my mind for the day. Because some days I can't master "quiet reflection", I also use this time to text my single girlfriends to
Here is today's conversation with my hot cougar/tigress friend. I'll call her Cougress. I'm the voice in green, using my speak to text feature so that I can keep Red Dog on a short leash to keep her from mutilating a baby bunny
Then we went on to a more serious talk about her physical and mental condition.
Here is what I have deduced about my phone: Inside of my smart phone, there are three tiny people translating for the speak to text feature.
Let me introduce you to the first one. His name is Jethro. He is from the boonies, deep in the wooded thickets of Arkansas, and unfortunately his family tree did not fork. His older brother/uncle, Cletus, is a deaf/mute and his closest friend is a pot bellied pig named Bucktooth Sour Patch. Both Cletus and Bucktooth were instrumental in teaching Jethro all of his language and communication skills. Jethro enjoys trapping angry rodents, snipe hunting and collecting his toenails in a rusty coffee can that he keeps on the kitchen table.
Next is Jethro's Mail Order Bride, Svetlana. Svetlana suffered two severe head injuries in her youth, neither of which she ever fully recovered from, thereby causing her to accept three raccoon pelts, a string of beaver teeth and a live rattlesnake as payment for her hand in marriage. Upon arrival in Arkansas, she was immediately bitten by the rattlesnake and now suffers from partial paralysis in her tongue. She learned all of her English from Jethro and reruns of Baywatch. Svetlana loves anything with a tail, specifically Manicorns and goats, sniffing paint fumes, crafting head bands out of rodent tails and long walks through the barn.
Last but not least is Jethro and Svetlana's exchange student from Japan, Aito. Aito has only had six months of English and has far surpassed all of the language ability of his host family. Aito used to love soccer, reading and laughing with friends. Now he spends his time eating Twinkies (the only food in the house that isn't slaughtered on the front porch) and rocking himself in the fetal position in the corner of the goat pen while crying for home. Aito will later be diagnosed with severe post traumatic stress disorder and six kinds of parasites.
I hope that this has cleared up any confusion/frustration that you may be experiencing with the speak to text feature on your Smart Phone.
Peace, Love and Manicorns,
And in case you are unfamiliar with Manicorns (because they are elusive)....
What is your worst speak to text incident?