Thursday, 24 April 2014

"How should I title this" ?

     Dear Emily Rose... It is doubtful if I shall be propelling myself further into the blogosphere this being due to my age and having less time to fulfill blogging duties, my wife has asked "what time is my 'Hair do' four times in the past hour, meaning I have another problem to deal with now. However, at nearly 88 and 8 years senior to my beloved I consider myself fortunate not to have lost my marbles and being youthful for my ongoing years, but not a 'Dorian Gray' as such, although I still have twelve bottom teeth no tatts and a fair amount of hair, I still drive and do gardening, mowing and cooking and other odd domestic chores,.My son aged 59 is a computer whizz kid and deals with all my PC Problems; eventually or when available when he is awake. ... Thank you for your offer,to fix my website - but due to a leak in our water supply I have recently received an excess water bill for $965-00. Although most people are seemingly aware I have oodles of dollars bulging from my many pockets and bank depositories, I do not share their misguided assumptions. So due to other more pressing demands for outgoings from my limited resources, it is with great sadness I have to decline your offer to regenerate my downtrodden blog site. Yours... Vest.

----- Original Message -----
From: Emily Rose
Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2014 9:20 PM
Subject: Re: Give Your Website a Propulsive Look...

Hi…
I am waiting for your response yet……
Kindly let us know if you are interested in our services, so that we can discuss it further.
We will be happy to assist you and looking for your positive response.
I look forward to your response.
Thanks & Regards,
Emily Rose
Business Development Manager
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From: Emily Rose [mailto:info@serv1.site2online.biz]
Sent: Friday, April 11, 2014
To: vest@dailygaggle.com
Subject: Re: Give Your Website a Propulsive Look...
Hi,
Hope you are doing well,
Kindly have a look on my previous message and let us know the next step to move ahead. Do let us
know in case of any query, we would be more than happy to assist you.
We are looking forward for your positive reply so that we can provide you our credible services of
website development, designing as well as SEO.
Thanks & Regards,
Emily Rose
Business Development Manager
Email Id-info@serv1.site2online.biz
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12 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

Perhaps you could title this post 'More courteous than she deserved...'

Davoh said...

You could also title this "i love you, Emily Rose". Why? Ah; with the proviso that she(?) will have to negotiate with an elderly warrior.

On the other hand - perhaps not a good title. You ( and your electronic 'communications' will be inundated by - 'love sick females', those who prey on their vulnerabilities, various versions of nerks and nerds who enjoy 'hacking' into other peoples personal information without permission.

So, perhaps; "i love you" are not the best three word title in this crazy electronically connected planet.

So, from me? approaching the mythological limit of 'three score and ten' (and yes, am assuming that you have enough ancient education to calculate that number).

Can only give you - Best Wishes, Much Joy (and a smidge of envy).
(88565562 2326 is not text).

DJH. said...

Yer, wrote a comment on yer blog about "titles" - and who is attracted by them ....

Hey, put something like "i love you Emma Jane" (or Mary Smith" ... do a video about "love").

If some dickhead can put a 5 second video on YouTube about being "kicked" by a passing train in Ecuador -
... and, apparently, "earn" - reportedly 'millions of clicks' ... and a few thousand dollars ...

Why can't we earn a few dollars about long term "love" ??????

Meh.
DJH

Haddock said...

It could be "what's wrong with my site"

Anonymous said...

Very good.

Lower deck lawyer. said...

Great reply vest. Mike.

C A. said...

Vest, spend your money you old tight wad Aussie piker.

Vest said...

Thank you Elephants Child, Davoh, LDL and Haddock. for your comments.

CA The San Fran mortician. your silly remarks are as dead as your subjects.

River said...

The very first of these types of messages get marked by me as spam, thereafter every one that comes in from that sender goes straight to the spam folder and I never see it.

Anonymous said...

This is what happens as we get older.

The barter system.


Yesterday morning I bought two cases of beer on sale at the Beer Store.

I placed them on the front seat and headed back home.

I stopped at a service station where a drop-dead gorgeous blonde was
filling up her car at the next pump.

Although it was very cold she was wearing a very short skirt and a light
jacket which was wide open.



She glanced at the beer, bent over and knocked on my passenger window.

With her bra-less breasts almost falling out her skimpy top she said, in a sexy voice,

I'm a big believer in barter, old fella. Would you be interested in trading sex for beer?"....



I thought for a few seconds and asked, "What kind of beer 'ya got?"


Vest said...

Anon: No sexual inuendo here please - we are British.

Anonymous said...

Very good.