This time it wasn't a forward, it was an email. I didn't get upset by this email. I found it very amusing. Actually humorous.
Hello Sir / Madam,Even though "Kevin Avery" sounds like an American/English name, apparently English wasn't the author's first language.
This is Mr. Kevin Avery, regards to your company to order some Barbed Wire Roll. Kindly email me back with the types you have in stock and the type of payment you do accept then we can proceed on with the order ASAP.
Looking forward to hear back from you soon.Thank You.
Mr. Kevin Avery.
The more humorous part was Avery's desire to purchase a "Barbed Wire Roll". From the demand side, how many people with internet access have a need to purchase barbed wire. From the supply side, how many individuals who actually deal in barbed wire would have gotten this email.
Wondering further, I wonder why my name was selected to receive this email of the millions of email addresses available. The only connection to my space on the internet and barbed wire is a post from five years ago -- June 2009. I had found a wire spool for barbed wire on a hike and mentioned it in a post.
It was a good day. Entertainment came via an amusing email.