Thoroughly Thoreau

Two fresh-off-the-vocal-press voice recognition errors:

What I actually said to my computer: reasonable, accurate, and thorough advice
How my voice software translated it:  reasonable, accurate, and Thoreau advice

That one actually slipped by unnoticed.  The e-mail recipient later told me that he tried for a long time to figure out what I meant by getting Thoreau advice, until he figured out that it was probably my voice software misunderstanding my words.

One more:

What I actually said to my computer: “I’m at the house
How my voice software translated it: “I met the house

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