Something billing itself as “pua4done” tagged this “urgent” and dropped it into the maelstrom that is my inbox:
I am not going to sit here and waste your time..
If you have ever wished you could pick up any girl YES i mean any girl with just a few simple words or body gestures then your DREAM is now a reality!…
I’m guessing that “pua” is a reference to “pick-up artist,” a phrase recently in vogue. And I’m also guessing that the sender isn’t going to do me any favors if I click on his link, which is anchored to the following text:
watch my free video and you too can pick up any girl at your leasure.. Or how about make the next girl you see want to tear off your clothes and suck YOUR dick!
What I really question, though, is that emphasis on that final “YOUR,” as though … oh, never mind.
From a different email address, but addressed to the same mailing list — you guys don’t spoof very well, do you? — was something titled “Looking for NSA Hookup.” I assume, of course, that NSA has already read this.
Wait, what? Oh, really?