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 Post subject: Re: Doppelganger adventures
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You Have just put your doppelganger's phone number up.

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Outback Steakhouse in Florence

Christ it looks bleak there.

If you pan around, all you can see are landmarks to more fast food restaurants.


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You Have just put your doppelganger's phone number up.

Yep, the previous chap with the vet appointments I put their postal address up.

Those are getting annoying now, as I keep getting messages to sign into their secure messaging center as there is a message waiting. Can't access it, can't turn off the alert.

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Outback Steakhouse in Florence

Christ it looks bleak there.

If you pan around, all you can see are landmarks to more fast food restaurants.


That looks like every kind of edge-of-town food stop I've ever eaten in when in the colonies.

I quite like Wendy's, and Crackerbarrel's faux old-timey charm is more pleasant to pull into after five hours than a British service station ever could be.


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You Have just put your doppelganger's phone number up.

Yep, the previous chap with the vet appointments I put their postal address up.

Those are getting annoying now, as I keep getting messages to sign into their secure messaging center as there is a message waiting. Can't access it, can't turn off the alert.

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You Have just put your doppelganger's phone number up.

Yep, the previous chap with the vet appointments I put their postal address up.

Those are getting annoying now, as I keep getting messages to sign into their secure messaging center as there is a message waiting. Can't access it, can't turn off the alert.

Can you chuck on a filter?

Well, annoying is a strong word.

I mostly access my email off my phone, so it takes a lot to get me to log in and create a filter instead of just long swiping to the left. So, yes annoying, but I'm also lazy.

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Attend service and shout each line before he says it.Then claim you are from the future. Then, shout "wrong timeline!" And cheese it.

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I didn't read it in such great detail. I informed the sender they'd sent it to the wrong person so as to avoid a Christmas disaster.

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He's not learning :)


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He's not learning :)


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Fortunately it didn't download :)

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He's not learning :)


I can't figure out this, has someone you responded to telling them it wasn't the right person, basically replied to you as though you were the other person?

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Fortunately it didn't download :)


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He's not learning :)


I can't figure out this, has someone you responded to telling them it wasn't the right person, basically replied to you as though you were the other person?


I have done this too, to one of the MANY people who share my name. Sent their mother a polite reply saying it was the wrong address, she responded telling her son that someone has said she had the wrong address but now this was the right one.

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Fortunately it didn't download :)


Even Giphy failed us.

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I've managed receive a load of internal HR documents about Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding from some church in Luton. Sadly it all seems very dry and sensible, with no juicy gossip or anything.


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There is another lonewolves at Honking Plonkers Extravaganza Inc and I sometimes get his email and vice versa. Nothing particularly exciting although sometimes I get asked to give feedback on employees I've never had any dealings with.

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There is another lonewolves at Honking Plonkers Extravaganza Inc and I sometimes get his email and vice versa. Nothing particularly exciting although sometimes I get asked to give feedback on employees I've never had any dealings with.

Is "Lonewolves" real life name "Jyoptika" perchance?

Because if you go stealing her real name, and adding a silent p, she goes stealing your Internet handle.


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There is another lonewolves at Honking Plonkers Extravaganza Inc and I sometimes get his email and vice versa. Nothing particularly exciting although sometimes I get asked to give feedback on employees I've never had any dealings with.


"Honking Plonkers Extravaganza employee 4321 is an excellent worker, despite his wandering hands, off-colour remarks and fascination for printing off pictures of giraffes"

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There is another lonewolves at Honking Plonkers Extravaganza Inc and I sometimes get his email and vice versa. Nothing particularly exciting although sometimes I get asked to give feedback on employees I've never had any dealings with.


"Honking Plonkers Extravaganza employee 4321 is an excellent worker, despite his wandering hands, off-colour remarks and fascination for printing off pictures of giraffes"


Are you trying to get me sacked :)

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Mrs Fop had a good one of these the other day. Somewhere in deepest Kansas, a lonely farmhand is weeping because she thinks nobody on FarmersOnly is interested.


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Poor Cowgirl10100847 :'(

Mrs Squirt got something similar a while back, but instead of someone wondering why their FarmersOnly.com post wasn't getting any replies, it was someone wondering why their BDSM-sluts.com ad wasn't. Or at least she claimed hat why she was getting all those messages...


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Not a very unique username there.

You'd think the fact that 10100846 other people had chosen it first would be a clue.

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Poor Cowgirl10100847 :'(

Mrs Squirt got something similar a while back, but instead of someone wondering why their FarmersOnly.com post wasn't getting any replies, it was someone wondering why their BDSM-sluts.com ad wasn't. Or at least she claimed hat why she was getting all those messages...

Mimi always raises her eyebrows similarly when I get the "you've signed up for Local MILF Zone" style emails.

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10 million single cowgirls is my kind of party.

There are no cowgirls in space.

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Poor Cowgirl10100847 :'(

Mrs Squirt got something similar a while back, but instead of someone wondering why their FarmersOnly.com post wasn't getting any replies, it was someone wondering why their BDSM-sluts.com ad wasn't. Or at least she claimed hat why she was getting all those messages...

Mimi always raises her eyebrows similarly when I get the "you've signed up for Local MILF Zone" style emails.

And so she should you dirty little bastard.

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10 million single cowgirls is my kind of party.

...and all I need is a knife.


Speaking of which, Patricia Cornwell was on the wireless, yesterday, talking about her new book. She's been looking into Jack the Ripper and has spent about seven million spondoolicks on this. Thing is, she was asked why Jack the Ripper where there are other unsolved murders, and she gave an answer about families finally finding answers and the like. I think she should have said "Because I am very rich and this is my hobby".

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If you were going to sign up for a Find My iPhone style service for Android you'd pick one where they verify your email address first, right?

Otherwise they might let someone (me) log into your phone and see all your call logs, contacts and then that certain someone (me) might (will) play a 60 second scream on your device to helpfully aid you in locating it.

Someone (me) will not be so cruel as to remote wipe the phone, even though the option is there. :/

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Otherwise they might let someone (me) log into your phone and see all your call logs, contacts and then that certain someone (me) might (will) play a 60 second scream on your device to helpfully aid you in locating it.

Someone (me) will not be so cruel as to remote wipe the phone, even though the option is there. :/


Superb.

Can you set up custom ringtones? Perhaps 'Mr Blobby' for family members, a sound clip for particular Meg Ryan scene for work calls, and a high-pitch dog whistle for everyone else?


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This one was called Lookout, so avoid that :)

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Sounds like you need to ask her to adjust the itinerary to flights from Birmingham.

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