“Textual intercourse can be a source of considerable anxiety, especially around Valentine’s Day. Relaxation and a sense of humor are the keys to improving textual experience."
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) February 09, 2016
We’ve all experienced it! An innocuous text to a friend, family member, or co-worker makes them laugh out loud (literally) after the autocorrect feature of a smartphone mangles the words. Often horrifying but always funny, these 21st century mishaps are the basis for a new, high-quality line of printed greeting cards called Auto(in)correct.
Available online and shipping now to stores everywhere, Auto(in)correct™ cards offer anyone with a sense of humor a way to bring a smile to the faces of those they hold dear—whether it be a birthday, wedding, engagement, or holiday — or to just say “I loathe - oops - LOVE you.”
“Textual intercourse can be a source of considerable anxiety, especially around Valentine’s Day,” says Dr. Hugh Jiddiot, Auto(in)correct’s director of chimerical research. “Relaxation and a sense of humor are the keys to improving textual experience. Auto(in)correct greeting cards can help.”
Retailers are welcome to inquire about how to include Auto(in)correct cards in their shops; individual cards are available to consumers online. See the complete Auto(in)correct line of 103 punny cards at http://auto-incorrect.com.
Auto(in)correct 11th Card Money-Back Guarantee
Auto(in)correct will refund anyone's purchase price if they can read 11 of Auto(in)correct's criminally punny cards in a row without laughing. Why? Because a 2015 Research Study found that just looking at an 11th Auto(in)correct card made customers laugh — even if, of all the previous cards they had seen, no pun in ten did.
Auto(in)correct is an imprint of The Department of Corrections, LLC, a Cleveland-based purveyor of grammatically challenged greeting cards, notepads, and other nonessential purchases.
John Brandt, CEO