Everyone knows that when parents get hold of a mobile phone the results are never good. Despite all their age and wisdom, they can never seem to get the art of texting
quite right. Amidst awkward autocorrect fails and misunderstood acronyms, you can’t help but laugh – a lot – at what they manage to come up with. A brilliant follow-up to
WTF: Why Parents Should Never Text, this book collects together even more of the most hilarious and obscure parental texting gaffs...
“WTF isn’t the first collection of text-message autocorrect disasters, but it is the best” THE TIMES on WTF: Why Parents Should Never Text
Published: 6th October 2016
Format: Paperback 198x129mm
Extent: 160 pages
Having formerly worked in mobile phone app design, Oscar Harris is no stranger to technology - although he sometimes wishes he was. Entertained by nothing more than phone faux pas, he decided to compile this book – much to the horror of his two children. Oscar lives in Elgin with his family and loves nothing more than going sea fishing, and turning his phone off.
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