Happy Friday! We are now one-third of the way through 2021! If you are like me, there are a lot of emails that appear on a daily basis in your inboxes. Some are informative, some are interesting, some are funny, some are annoying and many are superfluous. If you can’t beat ’em, laugh at ’em. So, let’s kick off with Friday with a few email jokes.
My wife emailed me our wedding photos, but I couldn’t open any of the files. Seems I am having trouble with emotional attachments.
I asked my Spanish colleague if he could include me on an email. He replied, “CC.”
If you get an email with the heading “Find out what everyone was talking about in 2020” don’t open it – it’s a virus.
I received an email from Google Earth proudly stating that they can now read maps backwards. I thought to myself, “Well, that’s just spam.”
If an attorney was offering advice via the internet would that be considered E-legal?
I heard that in Russia, you cannot sign onto Facebook using your email, instead you have to use your ussrname.
If you give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. If you teach a man to phish, he will start emailing people telling them he’s a Nigerian Prince.
I received an email the other day from a guy claiming to be an Egyptian Pharaoh, it turned out to just be a pyramid scheme.
I received an email the other day with the heading “$50 to see Justin Bieber Live!” and I wondered, “Why do I they think I would pay his ransom?”
Would the patron saint of emails be St Francis of a CC?
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“Science has not yet found a cure for the pun.” ~Robert Byrne, The 637 Best Things Anybody Ever Said, 1982