A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from April 21, 2018
“Autocorrect makes me type things I didn’t Nintendo”

“Autocorrect makes me say/type/write things I didn’t Nintendo”—a pun on “didn’t intend”—is a joke that has been printed on many images. “I hate autocorrect. It always spells out words that I didn’t Nintendo #yas” was posted on Twitter on September 27, 2012. “I hate autocorrect. . . I always end up posting some thong I didn’t Nintendo” was posted on Twitter on October 4, 2012. “Autocorrect keeps making me type things I didn’t Nintendo #fail” was posted on Twitter on December 6. 2012.
   
“Autocorrect can be your worst enema” and “Hey autocorrect, quit tampering with my curse words, you mother forklift” are similar sayings.
   
 
Wikipedia: Autocorrection
Autocorrection, also known as text replacement, replace-as-you-type or simply autocorrect, is an automatic data validation function commonly found in word processors and text editing interfaces for smartphones and tablet computers. Its principal purpose is as part of the spell checker to correct common spelling or typing errors, saving time for the user. It is also used to automatically format text or insert special characters by recognizing particular character usage, saving the user from having to use more tedious function.
   
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Nicky Reid
@rkid851
I hate autocorrect. It always spells out words that I didn’t Nintendo #yas
8:15 AM - 27 Sep 2012
   
Twitter
Kelsey Sha-vonnn
@KelseySiobhan11
I hate autocorrect. . . I always end up posting some thong I didn’t Nintendo.
10:51 PM - 4 Oct 2012
   
Twitter
Candy J
@LiveLrnExplore
Stupid autocorrect; makes me type thongs I didn’t Nintendo.
12:11 AM - 24 Oct 2012
 
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Emma Flaxman
@FlaxyEm
Autocorrect keeps making me type things I didn’t Nintendo #fail
2:48 AM - 6 Dec 2012
   
Twitter
James
@SaintPhoeniix
I hate autocorrect, it always makes me type things I didn’t Nintendo.
1:12 PM - 25 Jun 2013
   
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John Lambert
@HollywoodJML
The autocorrect on my iPhone is always making me type things I didn’t Nintendo.
11:32 AM - 14 Sep 2013
   
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reagan adams
@Rdadams7
I hate autocorrect. It makes me type things I didn’t Nintendo.
6:53 AM - 8 May 2014 from Tennessee, USA
   
Twitter
Dr. Sheldon Cooper
@TheRealSheldonC
Autocorrect makes me say things I didn’t nintendo.
3:34 AM - 15 Aug 2014
   
Twitter
Cody Tanner McGhee
@nottaslut
auto-correct makes me type things i didn’t Nintendo.
8:24 AM - 15 Aug 2014
 
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By Nigel Nelson Political Editor
18:19, 4 OCT 2014 UPDATED 18:30, 24 SEP 2015
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Tory MP Chris Heaton-Harris tweets: “Autocorrect makes me type things I didn’t Nintendo.”
     
Reddit—Jokes
Autocorrect makes me say things that…
submitted August 21, 2015 by naegle
I didn’t Nintendo.
   
Reddit—Jokes
Damn autocorrect…
submitted January 8, 2017 by mtoenies
It’s always making me say things I didn’t Nintendo
 
Reddit—Oneliners
Autocorrect makes me type things I didn’t Nintendo.
submitted April 21, 2018 by motherstep

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