My sent emails IV

Did you just send me a two word message and misspell the word “hi”? Really?

Ferns

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  1. You know, there is a certain herbal product, that when used in sufficient quantities, can lead one to produce misspellings of that type …
    So I've heard.

    It might also help to explain the extreme brevity of his correspondence. That stuff plays havoc with the ability to concentrate … I heard that too.

  2. LOL

    I get them too … I think people forget they are sending messages / emails and not IMing or texting. I get lots of two word ones, too: “dom me” … or even three words “”dom me now” *grin*

  3. You know, I've often considered that one- or two-word-intros to Dommes *might* work, so long as they're the *right* words – that is, words that women like to use as much as possible (and which make most men cringe).

    I'm going to test my hypothesis. Intro messages to random Dommes just saying:

    “Serendipity!”

    “Delicious . . .” (NB: the three dots are important, because they make the sender sound deep and thoughtful and stuff.)

    “Exquisite”

    “Meh”

    “*Sigh*”

    “*Smooches*”

    “Champagne” (Though, the name of any poncey and expensive wine will do.)

    Yves-Saint Laurent.

    Gucci.

    Cartier.

    . . . .

    Get the idea? Who wants to bet that I won't get replies?

    Sir Puppington Lothian.

  4. I bet you I will. They'll find me 'mysterious, enigmatic but somehow deeply passionate'. Women are suckers for 'mysterious, enigmatic but somehow deeply passionate'. Piece of cake.

    Sir Puppington Lothian.

  5. slapshot: “You know, there is a certain herbal product, that when used in sufficient quantities, can lead one to produce misspellings of that type …”

    Thank you slapshot, for your careful analysis of the possible cause. Alternatively, he is simply not very bright…

    Ferns

  6. Mistress160: “…I think people forget they are sending messages / emails and not IMing or texting.”

    Oh my goodness, you are a kind woman! However, my initial analysis stands and is amplified if it *is* indeed the case that the writer cannot tell the diference between email and other forms of communication… “simply not very bright”

    “I get lots of two word ones, too: “dom me” … or even three words “”dom me now” *grin*”

    *swoon* Bet they work a treat, right… right??

    Ferns

  7. puppy: “Get the idea? Who wants to bet that I won't get replies?”

    A one-worder would totally work for me, but it has to be the kind of word that gives me a word-gasm.

    A boy used the word 'sobriquet' in a conversation with me a while ago. I am *still* loving him for it. Pulling it off without sounding like a wanker (see what I did there? See see??!!), however, is a special skill.

    Ferns

  8. Coug: “Oh you will get replies but I'm willing to bet you won't like them!”

    You know what? We see these complaints from dominant women about the emails they get *all* the time. 'My sent emails' posts here are simply another version of that.

    I shall have to consider doing a post for the submissive men here to show off the ridiculous, abusive, delusional emails that they get from dominants… Must happen, right (does it? I have no idea!)? Could be fun!

    Ferns

  9. Ok ok… with this one, I have to post the entire exchange now because it is so funny…

    Him: ji ferns

    Me: Did you just send me a two word message and misspell the word “hi”? Really?

    Him: hi MsFern how are u?

    Me: Good thanks, but not looking for a submissive, nor looking to exchange emails with someone who can't be bothered to check their minimalist emails for errors.

    If you are going to contact random women here, please spell check, type out full words, use proper sentences with punctuation, and you might want to get their name right.

    Him: do u use yahoo IM

    Heahehaehaeheheaheha!!

    Oh, and… his nick is about using him as a toilet… *swoon*

    Ferns

  10. I know who it is! He has learned to spell Hi now so kudos to you there Ferns. Sadly he has failed to grasp the futility of contacting a lesbian for sex!

    Coug

  11. “I shall have to consider doing a post for the submissive men here to show off the ridiculous, abusive, delusional emails that they get from dominants… Must happen, right (does it? I have no idea!)?”

    Not abusive, Miss Ferns, but sometimes ridiculous and delusional.

    Sir Puppington Lothian.

  12. Not abusive, Miss Ferns, but sometimes ridiculous and delusional.

    – Actually, I take that back. One or two have tried the instant-humiliatrix thing on me. But I've found that funny more than anything.

    Heh. I still fondly remember the one who said I looked like a gay elf. *Chuckle*

    Sir Puppington Lothian.

  13. “Sadly he has failed to grasp the futility of contacting a lesbian for sex!”

    Now now, Miss Cougs, Rome wasn't built in a day, you know!

    Sir Puppington Lothian.

  14. Oh dear, SPL is going to have something dreadful happen to him by Coug. I can't bear to watch!

    Hang on, yes I can.

    Cakeboy

    PS: Ms Coug, I'm still a bit confused. You realise that this is the internet and I can't actually send you a cake through the internet? A glaring malfunction that wouldn't have happened if the internet had been invented by a woman, no doubt. I'm open to suggestions.
    Sorry, I didn't mean it that way.

  15. Cakeboy: “You realise that this is the internet and I can't actually send you a cake through the internet?”

    Oh come now, you are simply not applying yourself… tsk tsk.

    You are to *bring the cake with you* when you arrive on our respective doorsteps, naked, covered in melted chocolate and caramel (the 'naked' may not work for Cougs though, with the lesbian thing and all…).

    Me first, though… my blog, I call dibs…

    Ferns

  16. I hadn't been checking in lately, but I had hoped that by now, y'all would have fixed the internet. Seeing this exchange, however, makes me realize that the problem with the internet is much like what my grandfather called the problem with automobiles; the real thing that needs fixing is the nut behind the wheel.

  17. Tom Allen: “…I had hoped that by now, y'all would have fixed the internet.”

    I did, I DID fix the internet… There's a little button I press just over *there* and voila…
    ..
    .

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