Question to make the sanest man go mad

Posted by harm.evil.lilac on November 22, 2017 at 10:35 PM

one of my personal pet peeve is asking me questions without a context.

like one that happened this morning:

Someone: "ano yung x na sinasabi ni amo?"
Me: context please

i was like...

Inner self: Uh.. what?!?
What i actually blurted out in our office: "Stop asking me questions without a frickin' context!"

Mataimtim po akong nananahimik sa tapat ng table ko at me kunwaring ginagawa sa excel tapos bigla mo akong gugulatin nang ganyang tanong? Hindi ba madaling sabihin na: "yung tungkol dun sa y me sinasabi si amo about x, alam mo ba yun?" yaman din lamang at out of the blue yung tanong mo?

One: hindi na tayo same department at ang amo mo ay di ko na amo.
Two: baka nakakalimutan mo na di na tayo same department at umaasta ka pa rin na alam ko yung context ng katanungan mo... like we're just in the same office.
Three: wala po tayo sa Q&A ng Miss Universe, wag po magtanong nang ang kasagutan ay nagsisimula sa "I believe.."

wala naman sa akin na magtanong ka dahil alam namin sa mga sarili namin na wala kang pakialam sa mga nangyayari at ginagawa namin dati... ngayong ikaw ay nasa kalagayan namin, ang dami mong di alam.

pero wag po 'te na ganyan, nagsisimula na akong matempt na sagutin ka ng yes or no sa mga katanungan na walang context or probably..

"i believe that amo's x will help solve the world's problems"

The spammers' spam cares not for the spammed's cry

Posted by harm.evil.lilac on November 5, 2017 at 07:54 PM

Spam, that delectable tinned ham.. oh, you mean the other spam. Okay, sorry my bad!

I have been recently included in one spamlist which I don't know but was coming from anonymous@huyannet.com.
Well, I don't mind since it gets filtered out by Gmail's ye old spam filters but I cannot help but laugh at people continuing to do the never ending cycle of replying to the spam email.

Like this one:

I mean come on, these people replying saying that "please remove me from this list" shouldn't reply and don't instigate other people to reply. It will just be a domino effect of people asking for the same thing. End result, everyone receives an email and everyone gets annoyed at the same time.

And as for people saying they were being interrupted in their work... that's just bullshit. It just means they are not doing anything productive and is procrastinating (and/or just waiting for the emails to arrive). From what i gather of the replies, seeing that most repliers has gmail addresses implies that the source might probably be one of the two leaks my email was included on (there's only two that i and haveibeenpwned.com know of).

As I said earlier, spam email of these sort gets captured by Gmail's spam filters and hence they are in the spam folder. I am weirded by the fact that some people still read the contents of their spam emails. Well, I don't and typically delete them all.

Only exception is this continuing thread just for the lulz

Posted by harm.evil.lilac on March 12, 2008 at 11:01 PM

the world is beautiful even when they are filled with sadness and tears. open your eyes, do what you wish to do, become what you want to be. make friends, don't rush and take your time in becoming an adult

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the day before yesterday i saw a rabbit, yesterday a deer, today.. you

 

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