Yanking the Chain Award
A BreakTheChain.org reader tries his hand at creating one of those ridiculous "share this with your friends or else" chains.
Subject: Good Luck and Friendship
READ THIS LETTER ALONE
Read all of this mail, and then decide what to do. Not sending this on could have very serious consequences!
True story 1: Seymour Clearly, an optician from New York, returned home one day to read this letter. He deleted it without even reading all of it. Moments later a rabid mutant hamster from the local animal experimentation laboratory crashed through his door and ate him alive! He was caught with only time to scratch 'I didn't send on the e-mail' in felt-tip pen on his carpet.
True story 2: April Showers, a little known weather reporter from rural Kentucky had just sent her novel manuscript to the publishers. She did not send this e-mail to the required ten people and ended up drowning in rejection letters. In a following seance, she admitted it was because she did not send on this e-mail.
True story 3: Ivan E. Mayle, an internet fanatic, read this letter and sent it on to as many people as he could! He even wrote it down on paper so he could send it to those unfortunates without a computer. He later became interested in politics and ended up as one of the lesser known presidents of the United States.
If you send this on, you too can get lucky like Ivan. Here it is:
A poem about friendship
Friends are people who love and care
Friends always know when to say something funny
If you send this to 10 people:
If you sent this to 15 people:
If you send this to 20 people:
If you send this to 25+ people:
If you send this to 6 billion people:
DO NOT BREAK THE CHAIN!
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