Posted on: August 21, 2008

I just got a very funny email from facebookemail.{com} with a wording that is just too off to be true:

A message to tell the user that as an admin he can approve a request to join his group requested to join the group “[cut out for privacy]”.As an admin of this group, you can approve this request.

To approve this request, follow the link below:


The Facebook Team

What do you make of it? :D


1 Response to "perhaps…"

huh? :D
I think the author of that text is suffering from delusions of grandeur without the linguistic capacity to match. It reminds me of the kind of wording you often see when people nervously try to express something they don’t fully understand in an official sounding way. Hilarious.

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