When a dissatisfied would-be customer emailed a Toronto dance studio to complain about a sexist item on its FAQ, she got one of the most insane (and poorly spelled) responses we've ever seen. Read on for the full email, and the company's eventual restitution.
"Lauren" met "Mike" one night at the New York Philharmonic. Little is known about the exact nature of their interaction during their one date — though Lauren described it as "HORRIFIC" — but afterwards, Mike sent Lauren a 1605-word email reproach-cum-Jeremiad-cum-plea for a second date. It's now making the rounds,…
When Nik received a crap text about some dude's ex-girlfriend, she decided to cross-stitch it, resulting in this masterpiece. She writes, "Now I'm debating on whether to add an old-school border in a grandma-esque motif. Either way, it's getting mounted in a frame and hung on my apartment wall to remind me every day…
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz criticized Florida Rep. Allen West's support for a budget plan that would cut Medicare. So he called her "vile, despicable" and "not a Lady."
Emily was going away for the summer and needed a subletter for her New York City apartment. Ray answered her Craigslist posting and initially seemed like a good fit. But when he flaked on her, Emily found someone else. And that's when things took a turn for the...unprofessional.
This Crap Email comes not from a reader, but rather SeattlePI, where one intrepid reporter is chronicling her adventures in the world of online dating. Unfortunately, one of these is more worst-nightmare — and results in a crappola missive of truly epic proportions.
You date a guy for two months; it's okay. When he abruptly cuts off contact, after a week you send him a 3-line email ending things. Ah, but he has to have the last word. And what last words.
Because crap is equal opportunity, today we bring you an email onslaught by one "Linda," who was...very displeased with the business exchange she had with "Kate." Very displeased. We'll let her tell you.