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    It sounds a bit far fetched to say the least, but have you ever sat down and read one of those spam e-mails you get offering you Xanax, Valium and Viagra directly shipped to your house?

    They are sooooo funny, today my dad read me one out about sh*t flavoured crayons drawing pictures of seagulls eating a telephone.

    I was in stitches, in order to bump up the word count to make it look like a personal e-mail rather than a spam they make up these CRAZY stories that often don't make any sense and to read they are sooo funny.

    Have you ever received anything like this? What's the funniest thing you've read?
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    (Original post by Danithestudent)
    It sounds a bit far fetched to say the least, but have you ever sat down and read one of those spam e-mails you get offering you Xanax, Valium and Viagra directly shipped to your house?

    They are sooooo funny, today my dad read me one out about sh*t flavoured crayons drawing pictures of seagulls eating a telephone.

    I was in stitches, in order to bump up the word count to make it look like a personal e-mail rather than a spam they make up these CRAZY stories that often don't make any sense and to read they are sooo funny.

    Have you ever received anything like this? What's the funniest thing you've read?
    I get sent masses of emails allegedly from "au pairs wanting jobs"... I've never bothered to read them though, they have suspicious looking attachments
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    No usually it's just the ones offering prescription drugs that don't have attachments
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    I was clearing up a spam Email folder and came across an Email titled:

    "turn your floppy into a hard drive"

    Being computer literate, i thought to myself how exactly does that work. So i opened up the Email to find it was advertising viagra
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    (Original post by Danithestudent)
    No usually it's just the ones offering prescription drugs that don't have attachments
    I got one for super Viagra for over 60's earlier. :confused:
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    Yeh, theyre not so funny when you get the same emails saying the same things, everyday, about 50 of them, though..
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    (Original post by spam)
    you you some yea you but. aunty i'm you

    fast belly kinda good that what going.

    turing saran chrysolite opec vigil determine circuitous married swath contributory antiphonal nordstrom rich belgium parasitic either leatherwork cheerleader marrow analyses cornea detente cushman jackboot hearten councilwomen
    *pisses herself*
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    they are just blatently annoying
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    Speaking of spam...

    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/040318/80/eouz5.html
 
 
 
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