embrace your grace
now thats funny xx
Ye gads! If that was on the up-and-up Mr. D Paul deserved the letdown!
LOL......!!!.. Was just moved to tears on writerquake, now I'm laughing heartily.. i love this blog thing.. lol..cheers!
You're right-it would sound better with a British accent.
So that's why I'm not getting job offers...HR people don't like being called a shank ho. Who knew?
There'll always be an England...
Oh, dear. I'm still laughing!
I'm gonna have to remember that think about not calling somebody a "skank ho" in a job...it might explain a lot about my current lack of employment....
Excellent! I love letters like this and yes it should be read in an English accent (not really any such thing as a British accent, take your pick from Scots, Northern Irish, Welsh and English :-))
Hilarious. And so posh, in its clipped British accent. LOL
I suspect, as you all might also, that this is a bit of a joke. Yet, it still makes me laugh. Point taken, Argent about the English accent. I'm imaging Hugh Laurie reading this out loud.
hahaha, that is awesome.
Hilarious and refined! How do the British do it?
I love the british :-).
this goes into my stories of recruitment and it just keeps getting better :-)
Hey, thanks for your thoughts and your time:>)