It’s comic, sans intent…
LOL how did you respond to that?! *facepalm*
I took him at his word. My next email to him was comprised of 14 emoticons, a hyperlink and a jpeg of a snowy owl.
you make me giggle
I seriously wish you work in my office.
ha ha… my thought exactly what he was asking for.
CLEVER!!!! You, of course, not him! I am such a sucker for good wordplay and you’re the master.
Funny, I think we work for the same person, but I’ve never met you..
I’ve said it before but I think there is a dark and dangerous factory/lab out there somewhere that builds/clones/produces this particular type of middle manager.
This is brilliant
I read this as, “We no longer need to communicate.”
Hey, why didn’t you reply to my request for info?
Uhh… I replied in accordance with the policies you set. Did you not get it?
I like that interpretation! But I’m not sure that we ever really communicated anyway. He writes post it notes and occasionally talks at me but there really isn’t a great deal of actual communication going on…
Can you get invisible ink for email?
I don’t need to get it – just tell him I’m using it! I can see him now – shining an ultra-violet light on his computer screen in an attempt to read my latest email.
Don’t you just love people like that 🙂
Haha maybe it’s too complicated for him!
Yeah, I’m guess it is.
Reblogged this on THE STRATEGIC LEARNER and commented:
How to not communicate, even with a direct declarative sentence:) …
Unless you are actually composing emails in Comic Sans there is nothing wrong with a good font in an email.
Agreed. And kind of hard to write an email without one…
Whaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahaha you make my days!!!!
What a cretin… trapped in a typographic nightmare.
Perhaps this is the first step, and all staff will soon will trained in Pictionary.
Sans serfs means no employees doesn’t it 😉
I won’t lie. Sometime I wish fonts and color text would be disabled. Love this blog!
I actually get that Helvetica reference.
Ahahahah! love this!
this made me laugh out loud. Wow.
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