Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Because I am a 5 year kid inside, and I'm easily entertained

Blogger's spell check cracks me up. So I decided to make a list of diabetic words and see what it does to them. The list on the left will be what I typed, and the list on the right will be what blogger says it should be.

Quick-set Suicide
Insulin no suggestions
Humalog homology
Novolog navels
Lanclet loincloth
Cozmo cozen
Mimimed manumit
Animas anions
Islet Islet
A1c AAA
Lantus lunatic
Levemir no suggestions
Ketones Kittens
JDRF nothing
Ketoacidosis nothing
Cleo clew
Minimed (the right way) minuend
Lancet(The right way) Lancet
This is what happens on too little sleep!!

That's all for now. If you have any additions, and want to join the fun, let me know!

7 comments:

Kerri. said...

The bit about "ketones" turning into "kittens" made me smile. I would love nothing more when I'm battling a high blood sugar than to see a flock of kittens come to cuddle with me. :)

Great post!

Kassie said...

that is awesome!

Felix Kasza said...

What happens to "lancet" and "Minimed" once the initial spelling is corrected? The same?

Cheers,
Felix.

George said...

Classic! Thanks for the laugh.

Minnesota Nice said...
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Minnesota Nice said...

"Vitrectomy" is corrected to "vasectomy". A few years ago when I was having eye problems I sent out a bunch of letters since the family rumor-mill was really distorting my situation. Because of that trustworthy Spellcheck I felt no need to proofread. A couple of days later there was a ton of messages on my machine, "Kathy, just what kind of operation did you have........?"

cHoCoMiLkRoCkS said...

ha ha ha that's cool