Most of us have received a crap email or two in our day. You know the type — the ex who tries to make you feel bad about yourself, the forgotten hookup who's convinced he was the most important person in your life, the date who inelegantly demands a second chance. But these are all garden-variety assholery compared to…
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.
Recently, students in the Rutgers University English Dept. received an exceedingly crap email, inviting them to a screening of a racist Disney movie, where "Darkeyisms" and "watermillyum" were on offer. Now some students, understandably, would like an apology.
It seems the Australian chain store GASP may be shuttering the location where a salesperson yelled at a shopper for failing to grasp the genius of a garment that resembles a "dead flamingo." Ben Tyers Tweets, "Lol at GASP Chapel St closing down" along with a photo of store advertising a "closing down sale." We'd be…
When Keara O'Neil went shopping at Australian chain store GASP, she was hoping to find a dress for a night out with her bridesmaids. Instead, she was rudely yelled at by a salesperson. And when she wrote the company to complain, the response she received was truly mind-blowing.
A reader messaged a dude on eHarmony. This is the decidedly unharmonious response she got in return. Read on for a tale of competition, baseball, and what a lady who "seems to feel she's attractive" should do to impress men.
For more than a decade, the fight against spam has focused on stopping the flow of thousands of offers for penis-enhancing drugs to our inboxes. Now computer scientists say they've found the key to crippling spammers: They all use the same three banks.
Today's crap correspondence comes to us not from a dude, but from a bridesmaid who told her friend she hates her fiance via e-mail. After consulting with her "power animals for guidance," she's decided to drop out of the wedding.
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.
It's been a while since we shared our worst emails with you, but that doesn't mean we haven't been getting them. After the jump, a sampling of requests, denunciations, and stories of masturbating celebrities.
Welcome back to Crap Email From A Dude! We felt it would be fitting to mark the resurrection of our old feature* - written by none other than Moe Tkacik - memorializing the wreckage of botched relations with an email attempt to resurrect…something?…from the wreckage of a monumentally botched relationship.
We get hundreds and hundreds of emails every day, and some of them are absolutely ridiculous, and trigger angry, emotional or laugh-out-loud responses we usually keep to ourselves. Except for today:
Why is the internet so much better for breakups?
The good news is that we actually read the e-mails you guys send in. The bad news? Sometimes we receive messages so twisted, angry and incoherent that they boggle the mind. But! Silver lining! Sometimes they're also unintentionally hilarious. Join us in a hearty chuckle, after the jump. Bonus points if you can figure…