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Inbox 12.21.05 

Remarkable correspondence from the consistently unremarkable world of email

Our contest for best subject line rages on. The deadline for submissions is January 14, 2006. In case you missed last week, we are collecting poignant subject lines for what promises to be a very unusual list. You don't need to send any other information about the email, just the subject line itself. In the meantime, we are always accepting submissions for Inbox. Please send all mail to inbox@rochester-citynews.com.

And now, just in time for the holiday giving season...

--- Michael Neault

From: Rebekah Lee

To: Rachel Lee

Date: Dec 14, 200512:42

Subject:

hirachie-poo,

just to let you know, I'm totally going to hell. See, lemme tell you:

i need hot chocolate. but its too cold for me to actually walk out and get some. soi was just in the study lounge when i saw a box that people could donate food for needy people. soi decided that i was needy as well, and...soi took it. andimgonna drink it. andimgonna LOVE it.

hahhahahha, man im horrible.

kisses!!

-bitsy

[Editor's note: And then, approximately 1 hour later... ]

From: Rebekah Lee

To: Rachel Lee

Date: Dec 14, 20051:47

Subject: cont.

yeah, i think god, buddha, allah, or whoever is in charge of things is punishing me for my stolen hot chocolate for poor people. i have a tummy ache.

:'(

hell yeah i deserve pity!!

haha

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