Has The Atlantic‘s Senior Editor Alexis Madrigal been watching too much Tyra? The journalist recently set out on a mission to learn more about himself. The catch? Everything he needed to know was in his iPhone dictionary.
Some things he learned about himself through his dictionary phone: “I am a suffix lover. Here’s just a sampling of the words I’ve bent to my will: dumbassery, convenientish, boutiquey, boringness, homeish, nowish, thinktanky.”
Read the full post here, including a great visual of words he has tried to teach his phone.
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