@WPWordFlow turns Windows Phone 8′s predictive keyboard into the greatest meme ever

Ready for a health, hearty serving of laughs? Check out the newest fledgling meme to come about from the world of Windows Phone: @WPWordFlow.

For those who don’t know, Windows Phone 8 features a new predictive keyboard called Word Flow which lets the keyboard guess your next word before typing even a single letter. All you do is start with something like “Hey” and following that the keyboard serves up its best guess as to what you’re going to type next. In our testing Word Flow has done very well, but as with any software prediction there’s bound to be a few flubs. (If you’re still confused, watch this quick demonstration video of Word Flow.)

Cue the new Twitter account @WPWordFlow, which was started up by Windows Phone redditor A-Type. The account parodies the prediction keyboard by simply typing out the craziest sentence they can come up with, all by starting with just one word. The one above is probably our favorite, but here’s a few more that had us out of breath from laughing so hard:

Who can afford to buy a book written by Robert Downey Jr
— WPWordFlow (@WPWordFlow) November 19, 2012

Batman and I don’t understand each other
— WPWordFlow (@WPWordFlow) November 20, 2012

I’ll be there for you when you’re angry birds
— WPWordFlow (@WPWordFlow) November 20, 2012

I love my mom and father and son and daughter and Justin Timberlake
— WPWordFlow (@WPWordFlow) November 20, 2012

If you’re on Twitter, we highly recommend you follow it. Make sure to share it with your friends too, since we’re pretty sure anyone can enjoy this. Read more hilarious tweets at the source link below.

Via: Reddit (/r/windowsphone)
Source: @WPWordFlow (Twitter)

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