Thursday, February 5, 2009


The Ex, a civil service employee, sends this in to be filed under the heading of "You have got to be friggin' kidding me!"

He received this e-mail, somewhat redacted for your protection, in the course of government business:

I have received the fax.

Thank you,

Ms xxxxxxx
Payroll Customer Service Rep.
Code: xxxxx
Bld: xxxxx
Phone: xxxxx xxx xxxx
Fax: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Email: xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx

or unauthorized disclosure (blah blah blah...)
(Now, wait for it...
wa-a-a-ait for it....
"A woman's heart should be so hidden in Christ
that a man should have to seek Him first to find her."
Uh... well, OK then.

The Ex (who, BTW, is much closer to being a christian that I ever was) writes:
Jes$# H. Chr#$t what is this? Who would put something like this at the end of a work email? What is she, a payroll clerk or Mother Theresa?

To all you folks out there that put little ditties like this on your e-mail: Be advised someone like me is making fun of you on a grand scale, on the you tubes and world wide webs and such.

And that's a no-shitter - he totally is.

I wonder if she dates much?


  1. My pets' veterinarian has bible verses on all his invoices. I can't figure out if he's trying to convert me, or the cats.

  2. 1) Probably not much. Is this her way of trolling for righteous stud-muffins?
    2) Das ist verboten (i ochen' nikulturni). You don't supposed to put that kind of a tag line on Oh-ficial Gummint E-mails. Maybe the Large, Seagoing Agency doesn't care about such matters. The Small, Semi-seagoing Agency certainly does.


  3. I'm thinking not. I picture a woman who wears granny panties and has a cross in every room. Just the image in my head...don't ask why...


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