Eamonn Holmes suffers embarrassing autocorrect gaffe as he asks

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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