Eamonn Holmes suffers embarrassing autocorrect gaffe as he asks 'please forgive’ me

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Eamonn Holmes suffers embarrassing autocorrect gaffe as he asks 'please forgive’ me
Posting on Twitter to his one million followers, the host opened about an autocorrect issue.

He wrote last night: “I don’t know how these things are programmed but…

“My spellchecker has a most unsavoury habit of changing the word Lockdown to LICKDOWN.

“If I send you a LICK instead of a LOCK please forgive.”

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On February 19, he tweeted: “Friday nights aren’t meant to be as dull as this.

“I was pretty sociable before the pandemic but when all this ends, I’m going to be sociable x 5 – at least.

“I want to chill with old friends & meet new ones… I want to laugh about nonsense & talk rubbish. Your house or mine?”

He also shared an image of him out in the sun on a dog walk with his followers last Saturday.

Alongside the image, he wrote: “Me, my dog and the ducks…

“The best thing about today was seeing blue skies and feeling the sun. Hope you got some rays too.”

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