Posted by sean on April 11, 2006 at 5:38 pm in Funny Things with No Comments

Like most people who work on a computer I get these e-mails sent from someone in the office to everybody in the department. These e-mails are then sent by the recipients to their friends in other departments and companies, who in turn send them off to their friends, family members and colleagues in other businesses.

Nine times out of ten you end up getting the same e-mail back numerous times throughout the month and nine times out of ten that e-mail was a of rubbish to begin with. The e-mails normally consist of some poor joke laughing at management or a quiz which promises you untold riches if you send it to 100 of your friends within the next hour. Failing to forward on the e-mail normally leads to threats of contracting some terrible disease and living in poverty for the rest of your miserable life. The thing is, some people actually believe that shit!

I received an e-mail today from a work colleague, this e-mail was unusually the one in ten which was actually worth opening. It made me laugh anyway. Thought I would share the attachment with you.

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