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If technology alerts were honest

Technology doesn't hold any answers.

Sure, computers offer a whole heap of time-saving solutions and functions - but they always have to ask questions. Vague questions. Queries that don't really get to the heart of the matter, but tiptoe around the peripheries of what's really going on.

Connor Toole has seen right through this. A writer at Elite Daily and photoshop wizard, he's transliterated the standard questions asked by ATMs, computers and smartphones into clear English.

Check out his humorous observations below. 

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