WOMEN WARNING!!

#1
Hi, I got this sent to me via email and wanted to pass this on. Its a true story and it can happen to you.

Dear Friends:

I know not all of you are women that I am sending this to, but I am
hoping you will share this with your wives, daughters, mother, sisters,etc.

Our world seems to be getting crazier by the day. Pipe bombs in
mailboxes and sickos in parking lots with perfume. Be careful. I was
approached yesterday afternoon around 3:30 PM in the Tesco car park near the Universityof Ulster by two males who asked what kind of perfume I was wearing. Then they asked if I'd like to sample some fabulous scent they were willing to sell me at a very reasonable rate.

I probably would have agreed had I not received an e-mail some
weeks ago warning of a 'Wanna smell this neat perfume?'scam.

Someone walks up to you at the malls or in parking lots and asking
you to SNIFF PERFUME that they are selling at a cheap price.

THIS IS NOT PERFUME...IT IS ETHER!

When you sniff it, you'll pass out. They'll take your wallet, your valuables And heaven knows what else. The men continued to stand between parked cars, I guess to wait for someone else to hit on. I stopped a lady going towards them, pointing at them and told her about how I was sent an
e-mail at work.

If it were not for this e-mail, I probably would have sniffed the 'perfume' but thanks to the generosity of an e-mailing friend, I was
spared whatever might have happened to me. I wanted to do the same for
you.
PLEASE PASS THIS ALONG TO ALL YOUR WOMEN FRIENDS AND PLEASE BE ALERT AND BE AWARE. IF YOU ARE A MAN AND RECEIVE THIS, PASS IT ON TO! YOUR WOMEN FRIENDS.

Ladies this happened to me yesterday and I didn't smell the perfume either, thanks to this email. This is true. Believe me, I know. I was over by the car park at lunch time when I was approached. So day or night, it does not matter.There were 3 guys together when I was approached. I called the police when I got back to my home. Like the email says above, LET

EVERYONE KNOW ABOUT THIS. YOUR FRIENDS, FAMILY,CO-WORKERS, whoever. It helped me.

I would have put this in l&s but there is probably a dozen in there already - hooped. mk
 
#3
Three 18 year old big breasted female students were doing this and got my wallet stolen last tuesday. Have been back every day. Running out of wallets to lose........................

The warning is buy lots of cheap wallets and enjoy..................
 
#4
Sorry smith18, it sounds like spam to me. Anything that contains dire warnings and asks you to pass it on to as many people as possible should be treated with a bit of circumspection.
 
#5
Its is true as i have seen it on the news once and i have looked on the internet to see if it is true and it is, tis happened before. Just trieng to look out for people.

Sorry about spelling
 
#6
Desk_Jockey said:
Sorry smith18, it sounds like spam to me. Anything that contains dire warnings and asks you to pass it on to as many people as possible should be treated with a bit of circumspection.
It is and they are sooooo obvious!!

Perfume Email Hoax
 
#7
smith18 said:
Hi, I got this sent to me via email and wanted to pass this on. Its a true story and it can happen to you.

Dear Friends:

I know not all of you are women that I am sending this to, but I am
hoping you will share this with your wives, daughters, mother, sisters,etc.

Our world seems to be getting crazier by the day. Pipe bombs in
mailboxes and sickos in parking lots with perfume. Be careful. I was
approached yesterday afternoon around 3:30 PM in the Tesco car park near the Universityof Ulster by two males who asked what kind of perfume I was wearing. Then they asked if I'd like to sample some fabulous scent they were willing to sell me at a very reasonable rate.

I probably would have agreed had I not received an e-mail some
weeks ago warning of a 'Wanna smell this neat perfume?'scam.

Someone walks up to you at the malls or in parking lots and asking
you to SNIFF PERFUME that they are selling at a cheap price.

THIS IS NOT PERFUME...IT IS ETHER!

When you sniff it, you'll pass out. They'll take your wallet, your valuables And heaven knows what else. The men continued to stand between parked cars, I guess to wait for someone else to hit on. I stopped a lady going towards them, pointing at them and told her about how I was sent an
e-mail at work.

If it were not for this e-mail, I probably would have sniffed the 'perfume' but thanks to the generosity of an e-mailing friend, I was
spared whatever might have happened to me. I wanted to do the same for
you.
PLEASE PASS THIS ALONG TO ALL YOUR WOMEN FRIENDS AND PLEASE BE ALERT AND BE AWARE. IF YOU ARE A MAN AND RECEIVE THIS, PASS IT ON TO! YOUR WOMEN FRIENDS.

Ladies this happened to me yesterday and I didn't smell the perfume either, thanks to this email. This is true. Believe me, I know. I was over by the car park at lunch time when I was approached. So day or night, it does not matter.There were 3 guys together when I was approached. I called the police when I got back to my home. Like the email says above, LET

EVERYONE KNOW ABOUT THIS. YOUR FRIENDS, FAMILY,CO-WORKERS, whoever. It helped me.
Idiots like you should be terminated with immediate effect. Forwarding on stupid, fake email warnings such as this is doing nothing but creating spam.

There's one born every minute... :roll:
 
#9
chris951 said:
Desk_Jockey said:
Sorry smith18, it sounds like spam to me. Anything that contains dire warnings and asks you to pass it on to as many people as possible should be treated with a bit of circumspection.
It is and they are sooooo obvious!!

Perfume Email Hoax
Fair dos

Thats might be why i got some stuff on the internet saying its true.

I was only doing it for good intentions (spelling), sorry agiain but never mind i fell of it again. :oops:
 
#10
smith18 said:
Fair dos

Thats might be why i got some stuff on the internet saying its true.

I was only doing it for good intentions
(spelling), sorry agiain but never mind i fell of it again. :oops:
How about you check your facts in future before posting garbage?
 
#11
smith18 said:
chris951 said:
Desk_Jockey said:
Sorry smith18, it sounds like spam to me. Anything that contains dire warnings and asks you to pass it on to as many people as possible should be treated with a bit of circumspection.
It is and they are sooooo obvious!!

Perfume Email Hoax
Fair dos

Thats might be why i got some stuff on the internet saying its true.

I was only doing it for good intentions (spelling), sorry agiain but never mond i fell of it again. :oops:
If unsure try Hoax-Slayer. If it sounds to good/bad to be true it probably is.

Liberal use of capitals and !!!!-marks has me reaching for the delete button!!!!!!!!!
 
#12
the_matelot said:
smith18 said:
Fair dos

Thats might be why i got some stuff on the internet saying its true.

I was only doing it for good intentions
(spelling), sorry agiain but never mind i fell of it again. :oops:
How about you check your facts in future before posting garbage?
I did but it said it was true, sorry but i was only doing it for good intentions.

Hey, i fell for it but am sure many have did before.
 
#13
chris951 said:
smith18 said:
chris951 said:
Desk_Jockey said:
Sorry smith18, it sounds like spam to me. Anything that contains dire warnings and asks you to pass it on to as many people as possible should be treated with a bit of circumspection.
It is and they are sooooo obvious!!

Perfume Email Hoax
Fair dos

Thats might be why i got some stuff on the internet saying its true.

I was only doing it for good intentions (spelling), sorry agiain but never mond i fell of it again. :oops:
If unsure try Hoax-Slayer. If it sounds to good/bad to be true it probably is.

Liberal use of capitals and !!!!-marks has me reaching for the delete button!!!!!!!!!
Thank you ill keep the site on favs (cant spell), i hang my head in shame and do the walk...
 

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LE
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#15
Tinfoil hat time . . .

WTF is it with these round-robin emails then?

The only purpose I can see, if the email does not contain a virus is for someone to watch and ascertain the social links between recipients of said emails by seeing who they send them to, and who they in turn send them to.

Well, if that is the case, who has the capability to ascertain where such emails get re-distributed to?

uh-oh, back in a minute, a van's just pulled up outsi . . . . 8O
 
#16
Jango_Fett said:
smith18 said:
Its a true story and it can happen to you.
Well, Snopes doesn't seem to think that this is true.
Thanks for the site is there any more sites like this one?

I do feel like an idiot, but never mind.

Well at least you can say i was doing it for the benifet of other people.

(sorry about spelling i have dyslexia so i cant spell, well not proplerely)
 
#17
Why go to the trouble of getting hold of ether when a kitchen knife, stocking and "GIVE ME YOUR FUKCING MONEY!!!!!!!" will be much simpler.
 
#18
Send enough of these emails and it can turn into a Denial Of Service attack.

People who send these should be dragged out and shot for being so fcuking stupid as to post these repeated *warnings* without verifying their facts.
 
#19
No mate it's true. It happened to me in the Dumfries Morrisons last week.

I was walking back to my car after having a huge, post-breakfast dump, when I encountered a strange man.

He was rather scruffy, almost tramp-like. His clothes were very dirty and he smelt like the mop store at Chris Evan's house. I tried to ignore him. As usual, i'd not wiped my arrse properly and was already experiencing an itchiness that I knew would require a good scratching as soon as I got back to the car.

As I went to avoid him, he moved in to my path. He put a bottle of what looked like windscreen wiper fluid back into his pocket and pulled out a hanky that looked like grey bubble wrap. He implored me to sniff it. I couldn't resist. He got the whole thing right round my bugle and I took a huge lungful of the fetid air. It's quite hard to describe in words but I imagine you could get a similar experience by sticking your head up Fizz from Corries fa-nny whilst she rubbed car battery acid into your scalp.

I fainted, and when I came round, found that my loose change was gone and my ricker was no longer itchy.

Don't let it happen to you.
 
#20
convoy_cock said:
No mate it's true. It happened to me in the Dumfries Morrisons last week.

I was walking back to my car after having a huge, post-breakfast dump, when I encountered a strange man.

He was rather scruffy, almost tramp-like. His clothes were very dirty and he smelt like the mop store at Chris Evan's house. I tried to ignore him. As usual, i'd not wiped my arrse properly and was already experiencing an itchiness that I knew would require a good scratching as soon as I got back to the car.

As I went to avoid him, he moved in to my path. He put a bottle of what looked like windscreen wiper fluid back into his pocket and pulled out a hanky that looked like grey bubble wrap. He implored me to sniff it. I couldn't resist. He got the whole thing right round my bugle and I took a huge lungful of the fetid air. It's quite hard to describe in words but I imagine you could get a similar experience by sticking your head up Fizz from Corries fa-nny whilst she rubbed car battery acid into your scalp.

I fainted, and when I came round, found that my loose change was gone and my ricker was no longer itchy.

Don't let it happen to you.
Convoy! How very good to hear from you again - slow day in 'the Bar'? 8)
 

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