“My friend’s baby announcement is pretty fresh.”
"A girl flew in to surprise her boyfriend only to find out that he had done the exact same thing."
“Told the Meals on Wheels lady that I love their gravy. Day made.”
"This man came back from the army and surprised his parents by jumping out of the car."
“My husband couldn’t have pets growing up. When we bought our first house, I got him a little surprise.”
“Last week, my girlfriend flew 700 miles in an ice storm to surprise deliver a pizza to me. Bought the outfit and everything.”
“After breaking my fingers, the nurse asked what color I wanted my cast to be. I told him, ’Surprise me.’”
“My father has early-onset Alzheimer’s. I brought my new dog home for Christmas this year, and he said, ’I know I’m going to forget a lot, but I’m going to remember this dog for a long time.’”
“This was my mom’s priceless reaction when she walked into her surprise birthday party. She told me it was her only real birthday party since she was 11 years old.”
"This girl was holding her stuffed dog when her mom swapped it with a real puppy."
“Husband’s birthday surprise 2.0”
“My grandma received a surprise today. It’s a birdhouse that’s an exact replica of her house, inches to feet.”
“Upon arriving at the airport, the passenger luggage was nowhere to be found. Instead, gift boxes filled the conveyor belt with the passengers’ names on them.”
"This son surprised his mother on Christmas Day."
#6 Cold Domino's pizza? That's no surprise.
You can shorten "Emily is pregnant" to "Emily's pregnant," when speaking, but when written it can be confused with the possessive form of Emily, as you said. Not illiterate, just confusing to the reader.
Emilys' = possessed by/ belonging to Emile
There is more lack of literacy in the comments than in the picture
Emilys' means possessed by more than one Emile.
possessed by/ belonging to is Emilies
You certainly are contributing to illiteracy.
You do not change the spelling of a proper noun to show possession or for the plural.
Emily's= possessed by/belongs to Emily
Emily's= contraction of "Emily is"
Emilys= Plural of Emily
Emilys'= Possessed by/belongs to several Emilys
Emilies= Plural of Emilie