On this page, I will post the funniest emails I receive on any given day. So email email@example.com the best stuff you get. I’ll only post the cream of the crop and not the other crap I get. Although I didn’t create the items on this list, my feeling is that they’re in the public domain since they were emailed to me with 600 other people. So no more damn copyright lawsuits!
Warning! Adult Material Below!
April 30, 2005
Nice Email Of The Week
That you would belittle and demean your condition and that of others, amuses me to no end.
Seriously, what a great site !! Your attitude of mental health and tenacity is refreshing !!
I happened upon your site while doing a google image search for “skidmarks” !!
It made my day and I just wanted to say thank you.
I try to laugh at myself and get over myself everyday.
Keep on doing what you’re doing. Thanks !!
Dave Crawford (just a fat guy)
April 24, 2005
April 17, 2005
I was getting ready for work when I looked out the window and saw the utility company starting to erect a pole in front of my house. they were going to position it directly in front of my picture window.
No way, absolutely no way was I going to permit this.
I gulped down my last bit of coffee and went directly to the crew supervisor and told him in no uncertain terms that I was not going to permit his crew to put that stupid electrical pole directly in front of my picture window.
He took out a plat map, a map for pole locations and a right of way document and explained that it is the best location for it.
I told him it is not the best location for me and when I came home from work that day I did not want to find that pole in front of my window.
I told him I didn’t give a hoot where he put it but not in front of my window.
I felt pretty smug as I drove off to work because I felt I got my point across.
I know darn well they are afraid to put it there now….
Ah….. the feeling of power….
……at least until I got home.
I was having a bad day and I happened upon your web page. Thank you for making me smile today.
April 9, 2005
For those who believe nothing exciting ever happens in Kansas, except tornados, check this out . . .
The Good news:
It was a normal day in Sharon Springs , KS when a Union Pacific crew boarded a loaded coal train to head on the long trek back to Salina .
The Bad news:
Just a few miles into the trip a wheel bearing becomes overheated and melts off letting the truck support drop down and grind on top of the rail creating white hot molten metal droppings to spew downward on the rail.
The Good news:
A very alert crew noticed a small amount of smoke about halfway back in the train and immediately stopped the train in compliance with the rules.
The Bad news:
The train just happened to stop with the hot wheel on top of a wooden bridge built with creosote ties and trusses
April 2, 2005
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