Pretty effing brilliant! I hope this gets widely circulated.
Am I allowed to forward this? Because I want to. But I’m afraid it’s the same thing.
I sent this to my favorite FW’ing offender. I’m not sure if he got it. But I’m almost positive he forwarded it.
Do you think my mom would cry if I sent this to her? Maybe if I put FWD: in the subject line it would ease the pain?
Unfortunately this doesn’t cover the case I most need – the sentimental-crap emails – from cute puppy-dogs to “think of our boys fighting for our freedoms overseas” – that I get from my relatives. I just had to reprimand my sister over that “fighting for our freedoms” one.
This is wrong.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! How come those moronic habitual forwarders never forward THIS kind of thing??? This is hilarious!!
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Not your best piece, but definitely ahead of its “about time.” Glad you’re in the world, Brian.
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Well, this is a post that I will sure send via email :)) It is funny
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