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MDA
18-11-2008, 16:00:49
Send a flagged "high importance" office wide email out in 16 point, red letter, italicized font stating you left it in the 3rd floor kitchen and it has sentimental value. It also suggests that if you're shy, simply return it to one of the building security guards.

If I found it, I might be tempted to simply drop it down the sink disposal.

Lurker the Second
18-11-2008, 16:02:37
But, but ....

Funko
18-11-2008, 16:04:11
Italicized makes it harder to read, they should have used bold.

Tizzy
18-11-2008, 16:05:50
And capitals

Funko
18-11-2008, 16:09:07
Was the title of the e-mail

Message for the thieving bastard who stole my watch!

Lurker the Second
18-11-2008, 16:26:23
But, but .... italicized is uber cool.

Funko
18-11-2008, 16:31:27
Did you get it back Lurker?

Lurker the Second
18-11-2008, 16:56:15
Like I can tell time. :rolleyes:

Funko
18-11-2008, 17:07:45
Of course how else would you know when the restaurants are going to put out their garbage?

Lurker the Second
18-11-2008, 17:19:18
Bastards always make a lot of noise so it wakes me up.

Venom
18-11-2008, 17:41:21
I have a bulova watch. Perhaps I stole it from that bitch.

Lurker the Second
18-11-2008, 18:06:22
But, but .... how do you know it was a woman who sent the e-mail?

Venom
18-11-2008, 18:43:45
That's really why I decided to consider all life forms bitches. I'm too lazy to try and figure out gender in situations such as these.

Lurker the Second
18-11-2008, 18:48:27
Hehe. You were probably right anyway, because no real man would ever own a Bulova watch.

MoSe
19-11-2008, 09:19:58
but he could maybe like to watch Barbora Bobulova

http://www.filmitalia.org/Files/2004/12/07/1102420345924.jpg

MDA
20-11-2008, 14:56:21
sorry, I forgot to say that it actually was ALL CAPS

Got another one today, larger than normal black font, but otherwise inoffensive:

Dear Staff,

I found my watch!!! this means that my prayers have been answered.

Thank you for all the concerning persons, I appreciate you.




I see this one was cleverly worded to let me know I'm not appreciated :)

Drekkus
20-11-2008, 15:09:23
So was he/she your boss?

Buddy Odor
20-11-2008, 15:13:16
Did you reply "Where was it, up your [insert 4 letter word here]?"?

Buddy Odor
20-11-2008, 15:14:05
or just "was was"?

MDA
20-11-2008, 15:18:15
Originally posted by Drekkus
So was he/she your boss?

best described as "someone that works in the opposite wing of my floor of the building, who I've never met"

Buddy Odor
20-11-2008, 15:19:19
So it was greed, not hate?

Drekkus
20-11-2008, 20:22:24
So the lesson from all this: when someone misplaces something, you're supposed to be concerned. So that way you will be awarded with appreciation later.

Funko
21-11-2008, 09:24:28
Unless it's me who's misplaced something in which case Tizzy is supposed to tell me where I left it or where the place it belongs in that I am unaware of that she's tidied it to is.

Funko
21-11-2008, 09:25:20
Ok team, punctuate that sentence for me!

Tizzy
21-11-2008, 09:25:52
You've misplaced your punctuation?

Funko
21-11-2008, 09:31:12
jj please symathise

Tizzy
21-11-2008, 09:33:42
It's probably where you left it

Funko
21-11-2008, 09:39:45
Soaked in alcohol at plug'n'play

Tizzy
21-11-2008, 09:48:47
Ah, it's keeping my last brain cell company

Lurker the Second
21-11-2008, 13:20:09
Originally posted by Funko
Ok team, punctuate that sentence for me!

Unless, it's me! Who's misplaced something? In which case, Tizzy is supposed to tell me. Where I left it or where the place it belongs in? That? I am unaware of that.

Properly punctuated, it makes perfect sense up to there. I think there's a typo at the end, though, so I can't fix that without knowing which word is misspelt.

Funko
21-11-2008, 13:23:07
All of them, and they are all in the wrong order.

Lurker the Second
21-11-2008, 13:24:25
Ah, you were channeling our dutch friend, then.

Funko
21-11-2008, 13:25:08
Yes, in the dungeon.