Saturday, February 24, 2007

Lucky

I must be the luckiest woman alive. Why, just today, I received an email notice that I won an international lottery, and all I have to do is provide them with my bank account information so they can transfer millions into my account! Then, just as I wondering how I'd spend all that money, I got two emails from political prisoners in Africa and Iraq needing immediate transfers of funds! The universe does provide, folks. I'm a millionaire and a philanthropist in one fell swoop.

But wait, there's more!

Right after that, I got another blessing. Susan and I had just agreed yesterday that toys aren't the same as real men; but now, thanks to the wonders of email marketing, I can enlarge my penis! This day just keeps getting better.

Now, if I can just get a powerful televangelist on the phone to stop the snowstorm headed our way, I'll truly lack for nothing. I expect a woman of my vast wealth should have no problem getting through.

How's your day going?

10 comments:

Stewart Sternberg said...

Rev.James Maloney would have scoffed at these amateur scams. He would have considered these attempts boorish and without the sort of panache that has marked his best cons.

Charles Gramlich said...

All I've done so far is manage to brush my teeth. You're several up on me.

Steve Malley said...

With the spam I get, my breasts should be huge in no time...

Life is sweet. I may put on pants today and take a bike ride. Or not. It's summer, the birds are singing and the sun is out!

Kate S said...

Stewart - I agree. I asked the dear reverend to hold off the snow and the sky is filled with flakes even as I type.

Charles - I'm not that far ahead today. :)

Steve - LOL to the breasts. Boo, hiss to the bike ride. It's snowing here.

Susan Miller said...

Sounds like things are going your way! Well, except for the snow. Stay warm, Kate.

Avery said...

Sounds like your weekend was better than mine. All I got was one of those multi-colored, gibberish e-mails that say something like,"Karl, elephant socks fully she says most interestingly table."

I still don't get who their target audience is for those.

JR's Thumbprints said...

Yeah, I won too. Let me know how you do, before I submit my information, okay?

SQT said...

I must not be that lucky, I haven't been notified of any lottery winnings. I do have people in Africa wanting money from me though, but that's another story.

Sidney said...

Hey, I think I got e-mails from those same political prisoners and a couple of guys prominently placed in some foreign governments who need my help.

Kate S said...

SUSAN, thanks for stopping by and the warm wishes.

JR, strangely enough, money seems to now be disappearing instead of appearing into my account. I have faith that they'll fix that shortly.

AVERY, I like elephant socks. I have several pair.

SQT & SIDNEY, we must be careful - the poor guy in Iraq said confidentiality was of the utmost importance. We mustn't let their persecuting governments discover we're helping them.