A couple of weeks ago, Google rolled out the new GMail to me.
Unlike a lot of people, I rather like it.
Sure, it'll take a bit of educating whilst I train it to put the e-mails I receive on a regular basis in the appropriate categories. True, it's frustrating that such instructions can only be made on the desktop version rather on the mobile or tablet apps. And I still have no idea what to put in the "Forums" section...
But I like it, and the fact that the "Primary" e-mail box gives me an update when new e-mails have been routed to the other boxes.
But somewhere along the line, something at Google broke and the following mail made it past their (normally reliable) spam filter:
I want to find a friend for serious relationship. You are the man I want to meet.
It would be good to meet you in person. I am seriously interested in learning more about you. Dating is not just fun for me, I never play games. I hope that you are serious too. I am a lonely woman who wants to find someone who will love and understand me. Let me tell you more about me. I assume that I am a strong woman with goals, morals and ambitions.
All the best!
A charming offer, and one I'd have been inclined to take up. Except, well, it was directed at me...
I ain't going to be the second choice of anyone!...