Henry Doesn't Get It
It turns out that the spam trick I played didn’t work out the way I wanted it to, because Henry wrote me back and told me no one answered at the number I gave him. (The number was from another spam telling me I won the Netherlands lottery) What’s worse is that his email this time is really creepy and gay. If you don’t want to read the whole letter I’ll just give you some random homo quotes from Henry’s email to me.
“Dear One, I want you to see me as your little one and assist me sincerely as I beleive (sic) that God has touched you to assist me.” And “...I can only have access to the funds until when I am 27 years old, right now, I am just 21, so I want you to act as my guardian and assist me.”
Well I’m not into having any guy being my “little one” and definitely not going to take on the task of being a guardian for a 21 year old. I’m only 27 for Pete’s sake. It seems that Henry had a birthday, since he was only 20 in the first email he sent me. I guess it’s time to give the brush off to Henry. Time to let him know about the Rejection Hotline. What a great service this is. You give out this number to people you don’t have the heart to reject out right and a recorded message tells them to piss off, of course with more style and humor. So I write back to Henry,
I see you’ve had a birthday since the last email I received from you. Happy Birthday. In the future please do not refer to yourself as my “little one”. It’s too gay for a guy that’s 21. I’m still going to help you out though. I’m not sure why the last number I gave you didn’t work, but I’m going back to Atlanta tomorrow and you will be able to reach me on my home phone then. Sorry I won’t be able to call you at the number you gave me, but you will be able to reach me at 770-908-7383. You will be able to reach me after 9 pm Eastern standard time. Hope that you will call me.