My first email address when I got on the internet was one of those obscure ones like email@example.com. Really easy to remember, right? I was so attached to that address that I kept it through ISPs being sold, hotmail being started and letters telling me my account would be closed. If I remember correctly I was still able to use it even when I went to some other ISP. I steadfastly ignored all requests to change it to something else as it was my first email address and dear to my heart. That is, it WAS dear to my heart until the amount of junk mail I was receiving was 200 times more than the actual emails to me personally.
Regretfully it had to go so like a little lost hobo I flitted from email address to email address, using free ones such as freemail.com.au, a brief dalliance with hotmail and some flirting with s-mail. I could always dump them because I mostly used them to sign up to sites I had not intention of going back to. I’m now happily settled in my gmail account but not even it can totally keep the bad mail away. Which is lucky because then I wouldn’t have anything to put on a spam shirt.
Making a spam shirt is easy, just click male or female, choose your spam message, colours and size, pay your 22 euro and woof woo – you look so spiffy. I’m thinking of getting the one that says “Be the 9 Inch Man your goddess craves”. But if I want something really witty, I just have to ask my manager – he always get the best emails. They usually consist of:
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Wouldn’t that make a good t-shirt? I know I’ve always needed that product!