My User Manual

User Guide: Ines Morisset

Brand: Writer, Skier, and Swimmer

Model: Ines Morisset, iOS 1.3 


Congratulations on your new and improved Ines Morisset iOS 1.3, your Ines is most commonly referred to as “Ines” or “Einstein” by her old classmates.

With this product you will receive a three way package of writer, skier, and swimmer with other great bonuses! Some of these bonuses are:

    • Bad dad jokes
    • Your own hype/wing man
    • Good penmanship for writing on paper/whiteboards
    • A social butterfly 


Before you can access Ines for the first time you will need to bring snacks or something else to keep her occupied in your present conversation, some of these things may involve fidget tools or paper and pencil. If you don’t she might forget what you said or zone out and stop focusing on the conversation. 


Ines has four primary settings: Student, Regular Person, Nishinoya, and Sugawara

Setting 1: Student

This is the mode teachers and other peers are open to at all times, She tries her best to get along with her other peers and teachers and works her best in when she is in this mode, things that may support this mode to have a better working are snacks, music, fidget tools, a paper and pen, and social groups.

Setting 2: Regular Person

The second setting that comes along with this lovely device is the “Regular Person” this model is mostly accessible to family members and friends and is mostly used on the weekends. The setting has a long battery lasting schedule for late nights that consist of walks, writing, texting other friends, watching Netflix or YouTube, doing homework, skateboarding, dance party’s, sleepovers, or gas stations runs. This setting usually starts glitching out at around 2-4 in the morning  and needs a 3-5 hour reboot and usually gets working again at around 8-10am.

Setting 3: Nishinoya

This setting is usually used in sports and has a high energy rate its also water proof and works for hours, This Mode tho it may be used for hours needs lots of breaks depending on the sport for things like running or hiking this mode can short circuit and stop working after about 30min while with other sports like skiing or swimming this setting can go on for hours and hours with the occasional break in between that usually consists of a snack.

Setting 4: Sugawara

This mode is mother mode, It helps friends and keeps them inline with things like homework and manners. This mode is mostly accessible to her friends who like to be a mess whenever they go out and usually results in a lecture of a shoe getting thrown, now as much as this mode seems harsh just know that even though it’s there to keep friends in line it also helps them with things like homework, relationships, and manners. This mode turns off when she away from her adoptive kids and is with her other friends or family.


This device may….

– Laugh at the wrong time

– Make really bad dad jokes

– Start doodling in class or in random times

– Stop Working at random times

– Forget to charge other devices 

– Get really angry or overreact 


Problem  Solution 
If Ines looks tired over like she’s about to pass out. Let her be, she probably forgot to turn her normal person mode of last night and stayed up all night and is just waiting for her daily energy drinks to kick in.
If Ines gets angry or emotional. Let her have her space she need to cool off, the steps to cool down is to let her drink water or take a walk.
If Ines forgot to charge her IPad. Please don’t get mad she has to charge 3 different devices off of one charger and probably fell asleep with a different device on the charger cord, if this happens just let her plug it in during class.


  • Fuel with red bull, chocolate croissants, and tubs of Nutella 
  • Always request shows or movies not really a book person
  • Always offer a break, she will happily take the time to get all of her social needs out of the way
  • Please don’t comment on her work methods, things she eats, or outfit choices
  • If she’s seen on text just know that it’s important and that is she most likely texting her mother



Ines Morisset