You know me better than that. I'm the person who cannot buy Christmas gifts early, for no other reason than my inability to keep my mouth shut about it for more than an average of 5 days, and THAT is painful.
So, what I want to know is, has anyone else received any spam email with the subject line "MANIPULATIVE CITRUS?"
I am beyond intrigued by that one. Would opening that email lead me to a solution to the nagging problem of manipulative citrus? I mean, sure, every time I pass by the lemon display at the grocery store, I hear tiny, sour little voices, but I thought that was just ME. Wonder what they're trying to coerce me into doing?
But what do I know? I guess the email could contain tips on how to convince your citrus to be MORE manipulative, though why you'd want that, when your Mandarin oranges already think they're better than you (oops--just ME again?), I can't imagine.
Or they could just be trying to intrigue weirdos like me into opening the message, only to find out it's all "penis this," and "Viagra that." *sigh* I guess I'll never know.
But apparently, I'm not completely alone.