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Wired magazine once defined the 'onosecond' as the time between hitting 'send' and realising that you really didn't mean to send that to your granny.

What inappropriate email/text/photo have you sent to wrong people? Are they speaking to you any more?

(, Thu 26 May 2005, 10:15)
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OAP pr0n - apologies for length
When i was in college, we had something of an impromptu contest amongst ourselves, where we would find the most offensive, goatseque chain emails, and forward it to everyone involved, all the while using the college email addresses.
it started out small, of course, goatse, lemonparty, tubgirl, the usual crowd.
It was about a in month when one of the lads utterly excelled himself.
This email was VILE.
Close to 20 pictures were attached, of the foulest, skankiest OAP pr0n you could ever find.
Imagine two 120 year olds with chronic crack habits, going at it like creaky rabbits and you have merely an approximation, limited by an unwilling imagination of the horrors behind "FWD: :P "
I was the first struck by it, after being sick to my stomach, and calling him a bastard, I warned my companions of the filth awaiting them.
One of our number refused to believe what we said, but still wasn't sure enough to risk opening the email on college property.
So he forwarded it to his yahoo account as an attachment, then deleted the email.

It was funny when he got home, and noticed that he hadn't recieved it.

But there was an ANGRY email from someone claiming to be the mother of a 13 year old american child, who's email address was strickingly similar to my friends email address, bar one thing, his was, and the American's was


Que a quick "I've changed my email address" mass mailing, and an abandoment of the account, which was soon closed by Yahoo's abuse team anyway. He never was sued as promised (for emotional damage), but he alway proofread after that.
(, Mon 30 May 2005, 15:31, closed)

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