[Everyone] Re: TWUNTS

Wed Oct 28 16:05:56 GMT 2009

I'll leave this to your line manager to explain. It looks quite serious.
The thing is, if you can't spell, you can't write words.

On 28 Oct 2009, at 15:18, Giles  wrote:

> Thank you for your concern Paul. I assure you that all the "speling  
> misteakes" (ha ha!) were totally intentioned on my part.
> I also attended a course recently, entitled "Using Twitterwords To  
> Twimprove Your E-Marketing Twskillset".
> It turns out that Twitter Users (as they amusingly call themselves!)  
> use the "Tw" suffix in front of other words to "Twittyfy" them and  
> turn them into E-Buzzwords, which are essential to E-Marketing CPM  
> CRM hitrate success. By hiring our own internal Twunts we can  
> capitalise on this investment potential ratio and upswing our  
> websites's clickthrough hyperlink stream. And that means Profitise!
> Or Twoffitise, as we say on Twitter.
> I trust that's all clear.
> Kind regards
> Giles
> Executive Account Executive (Level 4)
> On 28 Oct 2009, at 14:55, "Paul"  
> > wrote:
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