A friend of mine had a Galaxy SII and on the earlier android version it had a language option on texting. She had inadvertently set it to Spanish so when she was texting it kept giving her all these weird word options.
I told her to try using voice to text and it came up with some strange stuff. Every once is a while one of the words looked like Spanish. I finally figured out that she had it defaulting to Spanish so it had been doing the same thing. Trying to match the English words with whatever was close phonetically in Spanish.
They say country music speaks to the heart. Unfortunately, it has to go through your ears to get there.
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