"I'm good safely"*
Predictive text input (or T9Â® text input) has forever altered the way I view messaging. Pure genius.
This very pure genius has been the cause of many a cryptic SMS, however, often with very humorous results (why some nerd somewhere decided I would need to type "book" more often than "cool" is beyond me - even nerds use "cool" to describe their books, don't they?).
To my delight, I've recently learnt that these little anomolies have received a name (unfortunately, I've found very little to substantiate this, but if it's on Wikipedia, it must be true).
Adaptonyms: Words that can be typed with the same sequence of keys on a Cell phone that uses predictive text.
For example 2-3-3 can give you the following adaptonyms: bed, add or bee
Also called "Textonyms" or "Cellendromes".
Have fun today by looking up your textonym-name (the default value on your cellphone when you type your name).
PS: This handy tool can help you decipher (what I've lovingly dubbed) "midnight-message encryption".
PPS: * The title translates to "I'm home safely"