I know you loooove to anticipate my every move and take immense pride in believing you can actually read my thoughts, but guess what: not so. I am fine with the weirdo ads you like to place on the side that make me look like a freak with mental illness because of a word you took out of context, but when i got the following pop-up message when i tried to send an email, i thought, that's it Gmail, you've gone too far:
Did you mean to attach files?Gee, gmail (<-- that sounds cool), might there be the slightest possibility that i could be referring to something other than a file attachment when i use the phrase "I'm including" in an email? Right off the bat I can think of at least 6 things that i could be talking about.
You wrote "i'm including" in your message, but there are no files attached. Send anyway?
- "I'm including coupons in all my Christmas cards this year."
- "I'm including laxatives in every meal and still no go."
- "I'm including the Easter Bunny on my list of favorite super heroes."
- "I'm including my neighbors as I select which battle I'm going to re-enact this July 4th, as they had so much to say about it last year."
- "I decided I'm including my Pig Latin dictionary in my emergency backpack."
- "I'm including my request for the complete elimination of snow in my next letter to NASA."
What are you including? other than an attachment, that is.