|Luck o' the Irish|
(9/3/2002) I gave up trying to break good luck chain letters long ago, but so many annoyed people have asked me to break this one, that I feel compelled to say something about it.
Warning: If you truly believe that forwarding or deleting an e-mail message has some type of kharmic influence, then stop reading now because what I have to say about this one will probably offend you. So, you've been warned, so stop reading. I'm serious, stop now. You're going to regret this...
But, seriously, folks... Juvenile notes like the one above have been circulating in junior high study halls for years and have found a new home on the 'net. They're harmless enough, but a recent poll of break the chain readers ranked good luck chain letters as the most annoying chain letter you can get. Most commented that they'd rather get commercial spam than good luck letters.
Why? Because it's embarrassing to think that our friends would be gullible enough to fall for such a ruse. Or maybe they didn't fall for it, they just forwarded it to us to be cute. But don't we all have better things to do than to re-read childish "do-this-or-else" letters? Check __Yes or __No. Break this chain!
Category: General Junk