Internet, the great democratising technology, is supposed to let everyone fulfil their unique, individual potential. But some internet experiences are eerily universal. Like the way we forget we're not listening to music. Or the way we respond to typos.
Yes, it's true, I'm pretty sure I do this every single time I see a typo. In most cases, the error can be attributed to adjacent letters on the keyboard. But sometimes you'll find a case when the mistake letter is nowhere close to where the person should've been typing. Those are the head-scratchers. [BuzzFeed]