View Full Version : 13 year olds need to be kicked in the head!!!
06-12-2000, 09:39 PM
I am absolutly sick of getting to my email on monday afternoon and finding a bunch of FWD:cute emails in my mailbox.
Is it so hard for those little preteen girls to learn how to type an email address correctly. I understand that I have a semi-popular name with conotation to be young, but I've had this email since hotmail started!!!
Time after time I reply to them that they have the email wrong, but do they care? Or any of their teenybopper friends?
I had 14 forwards in my mailbox today for goodness sake.
How should I repy to their forwards that will make them correct their email address? suggestions?
06-12-2000, 09:43 PM
Cruise missiles. Lots of cruise missiles.
06-12-2000, 09:44 PM
*cough* *cough* *mailbomb *cough* *cough
just kidding of course :)
06-12-2000, 10:03 PM
I think the title of your thread is pretty good. Now, if they really are 13 year old girls, send them a response with a link to something trully disturbing. This (http://www.dailyrotten.com) one always works nicely.
06-12-2000, 10:12 PM
I would like to thank Oldscratch for that rather inappropriate link that I veiwed at my workplace. Now the little work cops are marching in goosestep fashion to kick me down the steps of the only job security I have.
Send them a warning that you are associated with the internet police and that you will send out the boys because of spamming.
06-12-2000, 10:31 PM
YES, ACTUALLY I THINK any teenybopper girl between the ages of 12-15 need to be kicked in the head, i went to a punk rawk show, blink 182 happened to be there and i was severely molested by thousands of screaming girls, not that i am gone to complain about being molested by a memeber of the opposite sex, but they were all so young i know what happened was illegal.
06-12-2000, 10:40 PM
If you're using hotmail, just hit "Block Sender." Each address you do that for will trouble you no more.
06-12-2000, 10:42 PM
I think you should reply to the email. two... three... four-thousand times. Filled their mailboxes to the point where their monitor explodes from even viewing the page. And then, start in with the rabid weasils...
06-12-2000, 10:45 PM
MysterEcks- That's not nearly enough. They must pay. That and it's so much more fun my way. Not to mention satisfying. <insert psychotic laughter here>
06-12-2000, 10:49 PM
Ah, c'mon guys, 13 yr. old girls (and guys) are already being kicked in the head and whipsawed from hell and gone by their own hormones.
Not to say they aren't pains in the collective ass, but it goes w/ the age, huh? This is just a new venue for their exploding hormones--and one their parents don't truly comprehend.
So don't traumatize the fledginglings. That is Not Nice in person or by 'net.
Just report the infractions as usual. Yeah, it's like holding back the tide by sticking your finger in a seawall...uh, what does Coldfire have to say about this?
06-13-2000, 01:19 AM
Just tell them you want to eat them out. They probably won't send you anything anymore.
Wonko The Sane
06-13-2000, 08:16 AM
If you have access to a POP3 server, simply spoof an email using the sender's email address (this really freaks them out- they usually think that someone has their password). No matter what you do -never- use your real email address to reply. It makes the bad email situation worse.
Subscribe everyone on the email list to anything you can find on the net. Register software you don't own (or do own) to their email address. Often, replying to their email, using their own email address, and claiming that you bcc:'ed everyone else can be interesting. I did it once. The guy freaked. Of course, he claimed to be webmaster for an ISP four states away, and "accidentally" CC:'ed everyone on his brother's email list with the address of his webpage, and then claimed to have "made a mistake" while sending a joke to his brother. The inclusion of his work address and boss's name off of WHOIS was a great addition to the email. When the person sends out a frantic email to everyone on the list on how upset he/she/it is, don't reply. Makes it too easy to figure out the trickster.
While you're spoofing email under their name, reply to some spam while you're at it- the bad address bounce-backs should be really distressing when they show up in their mailbox.
This post should get me in trouble...
Wonko The Sane
06-13-2000, 08:18 AM
Dammit; I am a Bastard.
06-13-2000, 08:58 AM
Just tell them you want to eat them out.
Forget that. Just tell them you want to eat them, period.
And talk about what big teeth you have.
vBulletin® v3.7.3, Copyright ©2000-2013, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.