Email Gone Bad

 

Re: Re: Re:  Ready for lunch?

From:  Amy Stevens <astevens@abccorp.com>

To:  OFFICE ALL

Bcc:  Tom Smith <bettyshusband@yoohoo.com>

Date:  Fri, Nov 5, 2010, 3:00 pm

Subject:  Re: Re: Re: Ready for lunch?

 Bob told me to organize the holiday party.  I guess he decided it was time someone pulled it together right. I nned people to sign up for stuff…I can’t do this by myself people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I’m sure betty could volunteer to provide the after diner show … after her Halloween party performance we all know she’s the life of the party.  Pace yourself betty LOL 🙂

YOU NEED TO SIGN UP IMEDIATLY!!!!!! THE SIGNup sheet is attached. Betty, you may want to bring some wine sence you drink most of it J:) 🙂

Last year’s party was an EPIC FAIL (j/k, Jane …  it was great … LOL 🙂 ) so if we want to to be better well need you’re cooperation.  Looks like Bob is preparing for his santa costume – won’t need the belly this year, huh, Boob???  LOL  🙂

OH yeah, Did everyone get to the break room today? (I know you did Dave – did you ever get to your desk? :)) Cause my son is selling boy scout Popcorn.  I need your orders in by the end of today bcs their sending the Poporn home next week.

Oh! We need designated drivers for the party.  Nobody needs ANOTHER DUI.  (Right Betty? LOL 🙂 ) Probably needs to be a female driver so we don’t have another incident (Hands off the husbands, betty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) ROFL 🙂

What email faux pas did I leave out?  I tried to hit them all!

16 thoughts on “Email Gone Bad

  1. How about using numbers for words? “…sign up 4 stuff…”

    Or changing the spelling of words, such as creating the plural form of words with a ‘z’ instead of an ‘s’.

    1. Heather,
      Those are great ones and I’m so tempted to edit them in but will resist. I don’t think text-type belongs in emails, most definitely not in work emails. As far as the z’s for s’s go, why do people do that? I’ve never understood that one.

      Thank you for reading and adding to my list,
      Amy

  2. This is entirely too real (which makes it one of the funniest things I’ve read in ages) but there’s too much punctuation and the grammer’s too easy to follow! I’ve gotten emails without a single period or comma.

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