No, I do not want to meet a Russian girl, nor do I want to be electric in bed.
I am probably already taking more prescription meds than is good for me, so your “cheep Rx” does not appeal.
I don’t even know what a “pilules” is and I doubt it has to do with me since I think I’m missing a vital body part for that to work.
My name is not “Mr. camys_loft” and really, that could be insulting in some countries.
I know exactly what I have ordered and I don’t appreciate you telling me about a bogus order notification that will probably only download a virus onto my computer. You are probably ruining the brand-new computers of poor little old ladies. Shame on you.
You are a dummy if you think that if I get a message with a subject line of “hello” and the recipient is someone whose email address I don’t recognize, that I will blithely open your message.
Even though my last name is “Tang,” if I get a message with Chinese characters in the subject line, I automatically know the message sender is not anyone who knows me. Because my friends know I don’t even speak Japanese, much less Chinese.
I do not need 70% off Pfizer, Viagra, Microsoft, Codeine, Hydrocodone, or something you just call “HOT.”
Why would I buy a replica Rolex from you when you can’t even spell Rolex correctly in the subject line?
And finally, since I have Gmail, I can see the first line of your email message without opening it, so a subject line of “Urgent message” or “Re: Your message” or “Update” isn’t going to fool me when I can see that the actual email message is something like, “Some jerk has posted your picture on this website, so click through so I can download a spyware blood-sucking virus onto your computer and steal your identity and rack up thousands of dollars in credit card debt.”
Just GO AWAY.