3 Responses to “Dear sir,”

  1. Throwmearope May 2, 2008 at 10:14 AM #

    Dear Madam,

    Please (while you are tailgating me at 50 miles per hour) refrain from sending text messages, with both hands, elbows only on the steering wheel and eyes firmly fixed on your texting.

    It was nice to see you glance up once when I had to hit the brakes before making my turn, but scary when you followed me into the left lane.

    If you cannot get a life of your own, please don’t borrow mine.

  2. Angie May 2, 2008 at 10:24 AM #

    Ha! Yes, I love it. Thanks for playing!

  3. Lesley May 3, 2008 at 7:14 PM #

    Dear Sir:

    When I’ve been waiting in your store ten minutes to ask you whether or not you have the video game my husband wants for his birthday holding a two year old terror on my seven month pregnant hip to prevent him from ripping your store apart and I finally get to the front of the line to ask you the question, please refrain from putting off my question to answer a ten minute long inquiry of someone who just walked in the door as to whether or not such and such will work with his DS Lite. It really doesn’t make me want to come back and shop with you again! Ever!!!

    Lesleys last blog post..Thursday Thirteen #46

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