Have you ever tried to type "Pics," because it's a common word to use while texting, only to have it replaced upon pressing [space] with the word "Pica?" Do you know what Pica means? Have you ever tried to type "Meg," because you have a friend named Meg, only to have it replaced by the word "Mega?" Have you ever tried to type "Loved," which is a common and very real word, only to have it replaced by "Loves?" Loves and Loved are both real words, but they mean different things. Why substitute one for the other? There are hundreds of examples of REAL words that you can type on the Droid, only to have them auto-replaced, upon pressing [space] by other words. Why would predictive text ever change a real, commonly used word, to something else? It just doesn't make sense. I'm a big fan of predictive text. I think the Droid is on its way to greatness, but this is one feature that is completely annoying. I created this post so that we could all reply to it with words that shouldn't be replaced. Let's stand up for words like "Meg," "Loved," and "Pics," so that we can enjoy the benefit of predictive text and refine it so it's no longer an annoyance! Also, Pica is an eating disorder. Apparently the predictive text developers believe that eating disorders are a more common topic of conversation during text messaging than "Pics." I bet they're very skinny developers. Please reply and post words that you believe should not be replaced! Thanks everyone!