Get your phone to stop writing “ducking” by adding a new contact
The fastest and dirtiest way to add your favorite vows to the Messages self-correcting vocabulary list is to add a new contact that contains the words you want your phone to learn. For example, on Twitter, Steven Thrasher suggests adding a person named “Fuck Fucker” to your contact list (you can even say the name of someone you hate, such as your landlord, if you want). Just open the “Contacts” app and click the “+” in the corner to add a new contact (you don’t need to include a fake number or email address-you just need to save the word).
If you want to get a thorough understanding, please go ahead and add any variations you can think of, such as “fuck”, or any custom curses you like, which often conflict with autocorrect filters. Of course, you can also use this method to include non-curse words that often self-correct, from work slang to the weird name of your dog, to pseudonyms in video games or movies.
Swear more by adding to your iPhone’s Text Replacement dictionary
If you want to solve the problem in a different way and avoid confusing your contact list with a bunch of fake NSFW people, you can also directly edit the dictionary used by your iPhone by decompressing the abbreviations that are usually sent by text messages.
To add a word to the “Text Replacement” dictionary, please open “Settings” and scroll down to “General”> “Keyboard”> “Text Replacement”, and then click the “+” in the corner to open a page. New entries can be added to it, and these entries are arranged in alphabetical order. In fact, this feature is designed to create text replacement shortcuts, for example, you can type “omw” to quickly send “on my way”, but you can also add complete words, such as “fuck” or “shit” or 我所Anything you do. I don’t want your phone to be repaired for you.
Just turn off autocorrect
Of course, the easiest way to swear is to completely turn off Messages auto-correction feature. iPhone users can also find this option in “Settings”> “General”> “Keyboard”, but this is not for the faint of heart (or those with thick fingers).