These funmails aren't particularly inspired (thus no replies), so I apologize for that. Anyway, this first one is to “matfli” in Germany, who sent in some well-known stolen pictures from PFIQ and from Creative Art Collective:

>I'd rather send in some pictures.

Thank you so much for sending in your pictures. I'm not sure what city in Germany you are in, so I am unable to contact you directly. I have instructed our operatives to place your password in a small orange cannister. It has been placed into the sidewalk stream in Freiburg and will be floating there for the next 72 hours. After that it will be fired in a rocket toward Liel, where you can find it in a RED cannister located at the West end of town assuming our targetting is accurate.

Enjoy the site, and thank you again for sending in your photos,

Frank O'Derby
Department of Members

PS. More information concerning this matter can be found at

Diego from Argentina forgot to remove the GooGirls logo when he sent in “his” photos:


Thank you so much for sending in these photos of your piercings. Without people like you sending in photos of themselves, the site could not survive.

As a thank you, we have created a membership in your name and donated it to cancer victims in Fiji. I'm sure you must be very happy about this.

Enjoy your membership,

Frank O'Derby
Department of Donations

Finally, this one is from our buddy “Crusayder” who sent various pix stolen from BME and elsewhere, also in Germany (almost all the stolen pictures I get come from France and Germany, with a much smaller percentage coming out of South America and eastern Europe):

>Hi people,
>i send u some gooood stuff....
>poease send me my free password now!!!

You sure did, thank you so much for sending in these photos of yourself and your wife. Without good couples such as yourself, the site wouldn't get any photos.

As a special thank you, I have instructed our operatives to capture a small cat or dog at the local park. This animal will be tattooed with your username and password. After three days of rituals the creature will be skinned. A small carpet, suitable for a 1/30th scale home, will be made from this and mailed to the German Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq where you can retrieve it and the password tattooed on it.

Thank you again for sending in your photos,

Frank O'Derby
Department of Small Animals

PS. If you have any concerns about this, please contact our headquarters in Tikrit and ask for Shannam.

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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