Why is it that I have to fight with AutoCorrect to, say, keep Apple from changing things like “mdelsing” to “modeling”, but every single freaking time I type “int he” or “not he” — shooting for “in the” and “not the” — AutoCorrect is all like: “Sure, looks good to me”?

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  1. My autocorrect likes to change common three-letter words into uncommon three-letter words. For instance: sometimes “not”, despite me spelling it as such, becomes “nod” for no damned reason. And then I must fight with it for two minutes to remind my phone that “not” is indeed a word.

  2. < ![CDATA[My autocorrect likes to change common three-letter words into uncommon three-letter words. For instance: sometimes "not", despite me spelling it as such, becomes "nod" for no damned reason. And then I must fight with it for two minutes to remind my phone that "not" is indeed a word.]]>