The Gmail features are usually good. But occasionally, a spam email escapes its punishment.
Check out this subject line:
Gee, I bet this tw@twaffle thinks I’m related to Felix Vogel. Yes, yes. He’s my 17th cousin, thrice removed. That’s why I don’t know who the %&*( he is.
I do enjoy how the sender’s name is “lucky”. I feel this connection on a subconscious level because your name is Lucky. And I’m to feel lucky about this email. Yes! I will follow your instructions. LOL
I’m even more impressed that my 17th cousin thrice removed is an engineer. This must be a legit thing!
I’m actually amused by this email. It appears to be from a real person, because he’s so eager to get in touch with me that he wrote back.
Slow your roll, scammer.
Go get a real job. There are plenty out there.
Editor-in-chief Kathy Vogel shares what's on her mind... through her fingers.