That's not very book. Sorry, cool.
A study by phone comparison website GoodMobilePhones.co.uk polled 1,023 iPhone owners, and said the average user sends six dodgy messages a week.
They send 156 texts a year purely to correct these autocorrect howlers. For iPhone owners on pay-as-you-go, that would cost an average of £56 a year based on a standard text message costing 12p.
Now wonder 62 per cent of respondents don't think autocorrect is helpful.
Mark Owen, MD of GoodMobilePhones.co.uk, said: “It’s interesting to see the number of messages that have been wasted by the autocorrect function; particularly when you consider that it is really meant as a means of making texting easier.
"Whilst the odd incorrect message can seem like nothing, it’s easy to see how quickly they can build up, and how much this could cost you if you’re on pay as you go."