Dell Battery Replacement Program



  • From the email after registering for my new battery:

    Date: /*DateTime*/<o:p> </o:p>

    Dear Customer,<o:p></o:p>

    Thank you for ...


    /*DateTime*/? WTF? You would think Dell of all people could send a decent email.





  • Obviously they're using the new mail client MadLibsMail, and neglected to fill in one of the fields.  Sample form:



    Dear Customer,



    Thank you for /verb/ing a /product name/ from us.  If you're not /adverb/ly /adjective/ with the results, feel free to /verb/ it  /direction/ your /body part/.



     /Adverb/ly,

    Dell Customer Service




  • @cconroy said:

    Obviously they're using the new mail client MadLibsMail, and neglected to fill in one of the fields.  Sample form:



    Dear Customer,



    Thank you for /verb/ing a /product name/ from us.  If you're not /adverb/ly /adjective/ with the results, feel free to /verb/ it  /direction/ your /body part/.



     /Adverb/ly,

    Dell Customer Service




    ROFL!



  • That's not like the email I got:

    Dear Customer,

        If you are able to read this, it's not too late to replace your Dell battery!...



  • @cconroy said:



    Dear Customer,



    Thank you for /verb/ing a /product name/ from us.  If you're not /adverb/ly /adjective/ with the results, feel free to /verb/ it  /direction/ your /body part/.



     /Adverb/ly,

    Dell Customer Service


    Ok, my turn first

    verb1 = fu*k
    product name = bastard
    adverb1 = extreme
    adjective = happy
    verb2 = shove
    direction = up
    body part = ass
    adverb2 = "kissmyass"



  • @duckie said:


    adverb2 = "kissmyass"


    kissmyassingly is the best made-up word I've heard.



  • It aint made-up. Its in the Dell-instructions for the serviceguys


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