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p.risboy

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I got sent a suspicious email yesterday, telling me he needed a british bank account to put some money in.
So I replied using a very old email address that I haven't used or years. I checked out the reply, and he has paid $2,000,000 into a bank account that I haven't got.
He then went to ask if I needed a wife, so I politely declined as I already have one.
He then wanted to try and 'sell' me a religion, so I politely declined again.
He then asked how he was going to get his money back that he'd paid into my account that I didn't have.
I asked him if he's got any gold that I could buy.

I'm now waiting for his answer. I wonder what will it be.

Steve.:)
 

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I got sent a suspicious email yesterday, telling me he needed a british bank account to put some money in.
So I replied using a very old email address that I haven't used or years. I checked out the reply, and he has paid $2,000,000 into a bank account that I haven't got.
He then went to ask if I needed a wife, so I politely declined as I already have one.
He then wanted to try and 'sell' me a religion, so I politely declined again.
He then asked how he was going to get his money back that he'd paid into my account that I didn't have.
I asked him if he's got any gold that I could buy.

I'm now waiting for his answer. I wonder what will it be.

Steve.:)

And waiting and waiting. :rolleyes: heard from him yet :2fun: :2fun:
 
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I had an email from Africa once saying that they had traced me as the only surviving relative of Professor Duckweed who had left me a huge amount of money. That must have been an amazing piece of research.
 
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seriously Steve, what is spam? :confused: :2fun: obviously food of some sort :2fun: :2fun:
Hi Gibbo
Where have you been, you don't know what spam is.
During the war it was the only 'meat' available and was quite a treat. Made from the worst of cuts with plenty of fat, it made a 'tasty' meal cold or fried. It went out of fashion, understandably after the war, but is more popular now, and probably made to higher standards. Must admit I haven't had it since a kid.
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Hi Gibbo
Where have you been, you don't know what spam is.
During the war it was the only 'meat' available and was quite a treat. Made from the worst of cuts with plenty of fat, it made a 'tasty' meal cold or fried. It went out of fashion, understandably after the war, but is more popular now, and probably made to higher standards. Must admit I haven't had it since a kid.
dave
Dont know where i was :eek: missed a lot by the sounds of it :2fun: :2fun: i had tin corned beef or something like that once, fried with onions mixed in on fresh bread sandwich.
 

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I shouldn't bother next time, Gibbo. Steve obviously does not appreciate your humour !!

I enjoyed the second time around viewing !! :2fun: :2fun: :2fun:

Maddie
 

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I shouldn't bother next time, Gibbo. Steve obviously does not appreciate your humour !!

I enjoyed the second time around viewing !! :2fun: :2fun: :2fun:

Maddie
Thanks Maddie, glad someone enjoyed it :2fun: :2fun: It wont be so bad next time to find it for him, i just put it in favourites for easier access :2fun: :2fun:

There will be a next time Steve! :2fun: :2fun:
 

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