By Anonymous - 10/8/2020 17:01

So sorry I called you a dingdong

Today, I sent a draft email to my boss. The receptionist, thinking they were being helpful, forwarded it straight to the client. It's not ready for the client. I mean, it is NOT ready for the client. Really, really not ready for the client. FML
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By  Joshawott  |  21

This is like a sandwich without the filling. *Why* wasn't it ready for the client? Was it full of placeholders that needed filling it, errors that needed to be proofed and fixed, or did you include banter about the client's especially plump derrière and your desire to court such a fine maiden? Or perhaps it had yet to be converted into a cipher to protect it from being intercepted by a hostile nation. We must know!

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By  Joshawott  |  21

This is like a sandwich without the filling. *Why* wasn't it ready for the client? Was it full of placeholders that needed filling it, errors that needed to be proofed and fixed, or did you include banter about the client's especially plump derrière and your desire to court such a fine maiden? Or perhaps it had yet to be converted into a cipher to protect it from being intercepted by a hostile nation. We must know!

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  JackFaire  |  27

I feel like the job title kind of says it all there. I have never known any receptionist that was supposed to unilaterally send anything to a place they hadn't been told to. In fact most if they had thought that's why their boss' other employee sent it to them would have been "I am their receptionist not yours"