Thursday, March 30, 2006

Never Ending Cat Toys And Nip For All.

I got the most exciting news today that I just have to tell you about. Of course, I can't give you all the details because this is very hush-hush, but here's part of the e-mail I got from my new friend in Dakar, Senegal:
"I and the Chief security officer (CSO) of this organization have arranged with an officer in the computer section Engineer Peter Cliff to bring out part of your total pending payment with reference number (LM-05-371) amounting to US$10 million. Why we did this is because according to information gathered from the banks security computer, you have been waiting for a long time to receive this payment without success. As I found out that you have almost met all the statutory requirements in respect of your pending payment. The problem we feel you are having is that of interest groups. A lot of people are interested in your payment and those people are merely doing paper works with you and that explains why you receive different kinds of untrue email and phone messages from different people everyday. For security reasons you do not have to tell anybody that your have your payment on the way until the payment gets to you."

Can you believe the good fortune? I never thought he'd find me! And now, all I only have to do this:
"I have therefore met the official of the security courier service and concluded shipping arrangement with them, which they will commence as soon as I have your go ahead order. The diplomat who will be bring in this consignment to you is an expert and has been in this line of work for many years now so we have Nothing to worry about. After all arrangements we have concluded that you must donate Five Hundred Thousand United States dollars (US$500,000.00) to any charity organization I designate as soon as you receive your money. To this effect, you will send to us a promissory note for the donation along with your address where you will like the box to be delivered by courier."

Oh boy oh boy oh boy!

15 comments:

  1. William, be careful. Be very careful. They may actually be trying to steal your toys and catnip.

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  2. Delete that email immediately ~Poiland Rat Security Patrol for Lying, Cheating Emails

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  3. William, track them down & put the bite on them!!! Trying to trick a kitty like that. SHAME!

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  4. It's a trick? *sniff* Are you sure??

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  5. Yes Wm., unfortunately there are people out there that would cheat & trick a wonderful kitty like you. But just think of all the great stuff you could have bought with your new found wealth!

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  6. We're 'fraid that it's a trick too, William. You gotta protect your family from those kinda nasty emails. As a wise tiny boy, YOU are the first line of defense!

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  7. Oh dear. I'm afraid this great news may not be all it seems, William. Some people are just very, very low.

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  8. William, William, grab all your toys and EddieOlivaCarolineandyourMom and lock the doors! that is a nasty, nasty trick! do NOT answer that email.
    P.S. if you need money for new toys i'll send you some!

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  9. No, no no, William! Delete delete delete that email!

    Nasty people trying to cheat you!

    If you are going to send money, send it to me!!

    Mom: Cut that out, Brandi!

    Sorry mama!

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  10. Bad e-mail, but can you imagine the amount of toys, catnip, weatherstripping, and other stuff that you enjoy very much. Too bad it's a bad, very bad e-mail from people who want all your stuff.

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  11. No way, wait a minute!! Why is efuryone so skeptical??? I gotted the same thing and I am in the middle of trying to round up enough money to send straight away. I am going to be rich and so is William......and you all are going to be way jealous!!!

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  12. Yeah, it's a trick...but if you get email from the wife of the President of Nigeria, THAT'S real...

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  13. Need me to come help hide your toys and catnip? Or I bet Oreo or Derby or Max or anycat in the blogosphere would help. Don't let them get your toys, William!

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  14. Hi William... we get those too. Mom found a really funny website where someone else who got those emails actually played along with the "desperate" folks who sent them and the exchanges are hilarious - www.sweetchillisauce.com - read the Nigerians letters when you have a little time (you know, the hour or so you're awake each day).

    Love, Bogart
    www.toaireisdivine.com

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  15. That sounds so much like Mahmud's letter to me!

    Thank goodness my man is smarter than any email fraud! You wear "smart" very well, William.

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Wowee meowee.