Last month, Heidi Withers received an email from her future mother-in-law, Carolyn Bourne, full of nasty criticism of her lack of etiquette. Bourne talked about her future daughter-in-law's awful table manners, lazy sleeping habits and the fact that she didn't give her a "thank you" card for her stay.
"When you are a guest in another's house, you do not declare what you will and will not eat - unless you are positively allergic to something. You do not remark that you do not have enough food. You do not start before everyone else," Bourne told Withers. "You do not take additional helpings without being invited to by your host... When a guest in another's house, you do not lie in bed until late morning in households that rise early - you fall in line with house norms."
Neither Bourne or her son (the bridegroom) would comment on the matter, says the Guardian.
"The main bedroom is for my queen size bed,...where CHUNG is going to **** every hot chick in Korea over the next 2 years (5 down, 1,000,000,000 left to go).... the second bedroom is for my harem of chickies..."
The financier from London resigned after his email, which his friends found to be very entertaining, was forwarded around the world.
"Not only was he incredibly attractive, but at that point in my academic career I was quite insecure, and while I never reached the point of engaging in physical activity with people I found unattractive, I still was more susceptible to compliments than I currently am..."
Student emails a list of girls willing to get down (and other vile things)
The misogynistic letter that went viral referred to women as "targets" and their vaginas as "pies," and stated that they're not "actual people." Gross! So who wrote it?
"We learned the email did not originate at USC. The student who sent it is not a member of the USC chapter of Kappa Sigma and received it from a friend at another university on the East Coast," said Michael L. Jackson, vice president for Student Affairs at USC. "For reasons that are still unclear, he then sent it to the listserv of the USC chapter of Kappa Sigma sometime in November 2010. Following this, the email circulated more broadly in the student community."
The student responsible for circulating the disgusting email has apologized for the incident.
Former girlfriend gets CC'd on sinister email
In March, Harry Fildes emailed a football mate to let him know it was okay to date his "hot" ex-girlfriend, but accidentally CC'd her on the exchange.
"In reply, Fildes described his ex in very derogatory terms and claimed that she had 'messed' him around," reports The Telegraph.
The football mate forwarded the lewd email to friends, putting into question the reputation of all those involved.