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Friday, May 06, 2011

When You Should Suck Up To Your Boss

Really Suzanne, some of the dribble I’ve wasted my time on here doesn’t surprise me why & how you & most of the dolts I’ve made wealthy step on & get over . It’s know wonder this country is where its at, smelly lunch? Please…Why don’t you devote some time to why most everyone that gets ahead now days is a self serving a** kiss / con artist. Oh, I know, how to make a honest days work & keep your dignity / virginity. What ever happened to merit? Bla Bla Bla


When You Should Suck Up To Your Boss

7 comments:

TheLabRat said...

I'm usually pretty good at parsing really awkward bits of verbage; years of hanging out too much on the interwebs is good for something. But I had to read that three times before I figured out what on Earth they were trying to say.

Suzanne Lucas said...

Yeah, well, I picked up on the insult part really easily, but the grammar kills em. The random spaces are enough to keep me from promoting this person.

But, my biggest internet writing pet peeve is the never ending paragraph. I just can't read those.

TheLabRat said...

I edit film plots on wikipedia for my own amusement. The never ending paragraph is my nemesis (that and 3000 word plots for kids' films).

Suzanne Lucas said...

Seriously, just hit return now and then. I don't even care if the paragraphs are proper paragraphs. Just give me some white space.

And 3000 word plots for kids films? Do the movies have 3000 words in them?

Charles said...

Well, if the "writer" (and I use that term loosely as that email doesn't use the English language as I recognize it) already knows (or should I type nos?) the answer is to "suck up" why on earth isn't she doing that in the email? <-- note the one long sentence, I can do that too!

TheLabRat said...

TO be fair it was a particularly dark Pinocchio flick from the late 80s. If you try and get into all of the details in it, it does swell in word count pretty fast. This is me shrinking it to about 800 words (still needs work, haven't seen it since it came out). Scroll down to see how it looked on the page at the time. At least it was well written and had paragraph breaks.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Pinocchio_and_the_Emperor_of_the_Night&diff=427201041&oldid=425456044

Class factotum said...

I believe the word he is seeking is "drivel," although "dribble" has a certain ring to it.