Base from the emails you see above, I am a credit-ladden middle-aged guy with a huge weener problem (viagra! erection pills!)
I don’t know if I should be disgusted or amused. I noticed that I am getting more SPAM than usual, and it’s not the kind that would look and taste good sandwiched between two pieces of rye bread. The offshoot of free email service, I guess. Well-meaning friends have told me that there is a way to stop the crap from filling up the folder. Yes, I know there is an automatic delete button for SPAM, but there are times when I need to check the folder to see if there are valid emails that have, for some weird occurrence, has been labeled as SPAM. It doesn’t help that I am technologically-inept, incapable of doing any risky move on the laptop or my email systems because I don’t want to muck it up with my ignorance.
Friends told me that there’s an Unsubscribe button in some emails, but I don’t want to take a risk of opening any of these messages. First, I am deathly afraid that there might be a virus loaded in any of the emails above; and second–and more importantly–the idea of unsubscribe means I have agreed to a email subscription before — to what? emails that announce that there is yet hope to my already flaccid peeeeeeeeeeeeeeen (note the shades of New Girl there) that I am quite sure I do not possess.
So while I wrestle with my ineptitude with technology, I will have to suck it up and manually delete all these clutter in my folders. A tiring task, I know but something that needed to be done. Especially if you are someone that is OC in email upkeep. Meanwhile, I will have to amuse myself on the spam emails I receive. After all, I’d rather be a guy with credit maintenance shortcomings than a guy with serious erection problems.