Before emptying my Junk Mail folder, I skim it to see if anything important had gotten blocked by accident. This morning, I saw an email with the subject heading, "Hear ladies scream in bed." I have the "From" column fairly narrow, so all I could see there is that it was sent by "Enlarge wi...", but alas I couldn't see the rest.
Yes, of course, we all have a pretty good idea what they were suggesting be enlarged, so though men could hear ladies scream in bed. But I have another thought, I think that was either a trick to get me to click or that the "From" line said in full something like, ""Enlarge windowpanes Company." And that instead of what one was expecting when clicking on "Hear ladies scream in bed," what you'd get when clicking was audio recordings of --
"Will you get out of bed already?!!"
"If you think I'm bringing you breakfast there, hell will freeze over first, Mister!!"
"Look at you!! Still laying there like a fat lump!"
"It's your baby, too!! I gave birth to it, YOU get it to stop crying!!"
"Haven't you showered yet?!!"
"Do you have any idea how disgusting that looks?!!"
"Mow the lawn already!!!"
"Do you plan to ever get a job, or are you just going to lay there forever??!!"
"She's my mother, you have to be there for dinner!!"
"Oh, for God's sakes, stop snoring!!!!!"
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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