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sarahw

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I recieved this email and thought i'd share:

Hoax warnings scare me, but this one is important.

Please immediately send this to everyone on your email list.

If someone comes to your front door and says they are conducting a survey and asks you to show them your bum, DO NOT show them your bum.

This is a scam; they just want to see your bum.

I wish I'd got this yesterday. I feel so stupid and cheap. :whistling:

Edited by sarahw, 19 September 2006 - 07:21 AM.

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computerwiz12890

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:whistling: That's a good one.
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Oh Sarah, this is a good one ... I laughed so much I nearly fell off the chair.
You are always (well, nearly always!) so informative that I got right into what you were saying, expecting some really useful info and now all I'm left with is a cheeky image!
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harrythook

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So Sarah, they finally found out my survey scam??????
Don't worry, the pictures were out of focus.

Your the best!
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