Friday, February 1, 2008

Email Fw's

I frequently get email Fw's from a few of my friends, and (I hate to admit) I usually delete them without reading because I don't have time/energy/desire to read them. Unfortunately this has become more of a habit to automatically delete them rather than the fact that I don't have the time to read them. For some reason (maybe the fact that I am barely working these days and seem to have more free time) I have started reading them, and they are surprisingly quite funny. I much prefer the short ones with fewer words and more pictures. Every once in a while I even get an informative Fw that gives me helpful information. Like the little known fact that your computer screen can and does get dirty from the inside, so to speak, which in turn, blurs images. This is the result of pixels breaking down from heat and the constant altering and rearranging of the pixel. This cool and simple product refreshes your computer screens picture quality to astonishing hi-def brilliance.
Maybe I'm just too gullible, but I really thought that my screen could get clearer. Now I think I really need to get my eyes checked.

So if you send me email fw's and read this, I'm sorry I've deleted such entertaining emails, but don't be offended and stop now that I'm just starting to enjoy them. But only send the really good ones my way.


Rachael said...

Well, I think you know how I feel about forwards. I can barely keep up with my "regular" email, so I often auto-delete the forwards just to keep the inbox clean. But, you're right...sometimes, I'm bored and I read them, and I bet I've inadvertantly deleted some really good stuff! The only kind of forwards I truly dislike are the kind that compell you to forward to "x" number of people within such and such time or else .... That irks me. I'm always, "oh, yeah? bad luck? ya think? we'll see. DELETE."

Shannon said...

I'm with Rachael.
I checked out the foward and though my screen looked remarkable cleaner too. Thanks!