Over a stretch of a few hours, my spam blocker flagged messages with the following content:
- I intended to send you the tiny word to finally say thank you the moment again on your awesome
- I wanted to send you the little observation so as to thank you very much again regarding the pleasant
- Needed to compose you a very little remark to help say thanks a lot yet again over the lovely
- I needed to create you this bit of observation to say thanks over again with the marvelous
There were probably more, but you get the idea. There is a template sentence that might actually be grammatically correct, in which certain words are marked for replacement by thesaurus. For instance, in the above, every line has a replacement for “note”.
Two questions present themselves: What is the actual template, and (more fun) what is the most ridiculous version of the template?
My humble contribution:
“I am pathologically compelled to fire at you this wee missive to once and for all pay you the respect you are due once more for the unbelievable.”