I thought I had a new winner with the subject line, "waitress offspring," the other day, but this one had a whole unbelievable text built in. The way the email program is set up, you can open a message without exposing yourself to any possible virus, because once open, you have to go another step to enable links or display images, much less download anything. Plus, this didn't get caught by my spam filter, so I opened it. The subject line was, "spa sheepishly," which pretty much gave it away, but I figured it had promise, and boy, was I right. Here, in its entirety, is the text of this email:
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I have no idea what they're selling, or what kind of virus this might be spreading, and it was all I could do to keep from clicking through and finding out. That last line, it's practically poetry, isn't it? And please, may I never run into a phallus alligator.