The predictive text on my ancient Nokia (the one on the left above) which was produced shortly after cuneiform became obsolete. I once discovered only after sending that when I type 'meal' its first choice is 'neck'. If you don't check before sending that can be embarrassing.This Christmas I had to send a number of texts which informed, invited, described or intimated a meal.
I am taking the staff out for a well earned meal.
We had a long lesiurely meal at Cardosi's.
Last night was the annual fellowship meal.
For once we had a meal together without arguing.
Are you free to come over for a pot luck meal with the rest of the house group.
We had a hot meal, which was just what we needed.
Need I go on. Just substitute neck for meal in any of the above.
Always check the predictive spelling then. Does your phone do stuff like that?