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Have you ever sent an embarrassing email to someone?

Posted by on Jul. 2, 2013 at 9:50 AM
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Man Sends the Most Embarrassing Email Ever to His Coworkers

by Kiri Blakeley

We know guys love to send dick pics -- but usually not to everyone in the office. At least, you hope not. But one guy did exactly that -- by mistake (soooo he says). Gerard Robson, a security supervisor at JFK International Airport, was reportedly trying to send a picture of a car accident to all of his coworkers. But instead he sent another kind of image you just can't look away from -- his genitalia.

According to the New York Post, Robson's dick pic showed him "waist down, naked penis out, belly and all." Eww, belly! He was reportedly using his company-issued BlackBerry when he dick-piced dozens of coworkers, including supervisors. Ey, ey, ey. Technology. Ain't it a dick.

Realizing his error, Robson probably picked himself up off the floor. Then he emailed a mea culpa:

Earlier this morning, while I was sending out a notification regarding a Motor Vehicle Accident, I had taken several pictures of the vehicle. In error, I accidentally attached a very inappropriate photo and without realizing the mistake, continued to send out the notification with the photograph attachment. Please accept my sincere apology as I am truly sorry for my actions.

I feel really sorry for Robson, who was suspended. Our devices are so much a part of our professional and personal lives now that each has encroached on the other. Which of us doesn't sit there at work also sending out personal emails? Who doesn't go home at night and send out professional emails? It's all muddled up into one big professopersonal life experience. Which can make for some embarrassing email/text mistakes. Emails bitching about a coworker mistakenly sent to that coworker. Sexts sent to your mother.

At least he didn't do it on purpose like so many dudes do these days. But seriously, how embarrassing to have your coworkers and bosses know exactly what your junk looks like -- or maybe not? Maybe he's the Justin Theroux of JFK.

Hopefully Robson gets to keep his job. But he might want to have two BlackBerries from now on -- one for his job, one for his extracurricular activities. In fact, that might be good advice for us all.

Have you ever sent an embarrassing email to someone?

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jdy9440
by on Jul. 2, 2013 at 10:10 AM

No, I haven't. I don't think I could show my face at work if something like that happened! 

cakbr
by on Jul. 2, 2013 at 10:13 AM
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That is hilarious.

No, I personally haven't.
Anonymous
by Anonymous on Jul. 2, 2013 at 10:19 AM
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Okay, so here's my embarrassing email confession:

Back in high school I had a divorced really hot male math teacher...On my 18th birthday I decided I would make a play...went in fully primped out and ready to go for it...and he had a meeting at the district office...so he wasn't even there! Anyhow, after class, I stayed behind and took some VERY naughty pics of me at and on his desk...and had my friend who worked at the one hour photo place develop them for me...went home, scanned them into my computer, and found his personal email through the teacher's network at the school (which I unapologetically hacked into)...and sent them to him, along with a wordy 'letter' that spelled everything out, graphically. I had moved out of my parents house a year before and had a job as an on site manager at a small apt complex...so I included the address and the line "if you want I want, come to blue back fence, it'll be unlocked, I'll be waiting."

YES, he did show up. I only had a week left of classes which I finished, we were involved for over a year and then he moved to take a better job and I didn't want to leave Tennessee

LexsMami
by Silver Member on Jul. 2, 2013 at 10:20 AM
Lol
TXJenne
by Member on Jul. 2, 2013 at 10:39 AM
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Not that bad. But I did text one my new daycare clients 4 photos of return address stamps and instructions to "quit being a jackass & just friggin pick one" this morning

Oops

That was supposed to go to my fiancé.
SouthernMamaof1
by Gold Member on Jul. 2, 2013 at 10:40 AM

 Wow, that was risky of him.  Even though you were 18, you were still his student.  If he would have gotten caught, he would never be able to teach again.

I was reading about a lady, I believe in Texas, who is in prison for having sex with her 18 year old student.

In my school, our emails are monitored through the central office.  Also, they are stored for 5 years.

Quoting Anonymous:

Okay, so here's my embarrassing email confession:

Back in high school I had a divorced really hot male math teacher...On my 18th birthday I decided I would make a play...went in fully primped out and ready to go for it...and he had a meeting at the district office...so he wasn't even there! Anyhow, after class, I stayed behind and took some VERY naughty pics of me at and on his desk...and had my friend who worked at the one hour photo place develop them for me...went home, scanned them into my computer, and found his personal email through the teacher's network at the school (which I unapologetically hacked into)...and sent them to him, along with a wordy 'letter' that spelled everything out, graphically. I had moved out of my parents house a year before and had a job as an on site manager at a small apt complex...so I included the address and the line "if you want I want, come to blue back fence, it'll be unlocked, I'll be waiting."

YES, he did show up. I only had a week left of classes which I finished, we were involved for over a year and then he moved to take a better job and I didn't want to leave Tennessee

 

Anonymous
by Anonymous on Jul. 2, 2013 at 10:57 AM

Not saying it was the most brilliant thing I did. His email didn't go to the school email, it was a private email. This was back in early '99, computers were still a rare thing in even high schools in my part of TN back then. Not to mention I was an emancipated teen, and I finished my time in his class on my 18th birthday, that's why I was going to take a shot...it was a continuation school...Looking back yes, it was really dumb, BUT he didn't have to show up, and he never did reply to the email so if anything was intercepted he could've placed all the blame squarely on me.

Quoting SouthernMamaof1:

 Wow, that was risky of him.  Even though you were 18, you were still his student.  If he would have gotten caught, he would never be able to teach again.

I was reading about a lady, I believe in Texas, who is in prison for having sex with her 18 year old student.

In my school, our emails are monitored through the central office.  Also, they are stored for 5 years.

Quoting Anonymous:

Okay, so here's my embarrassing email confession:

Back in high school I had a divorced really hot male math teacher...On my 18th birthday I decided I would make a play...went in fully primped out and ready to go for it...and he had a meeting at the district office...so he wasn't even there! Anyhow, after class, I stayed behind and took some VERY naughty pics of me at and on his desk...and had my friend who worked at the one hour photo place develop them for me...went home, scanned them into my computer, and found his personal email through the teacher's network at the school (which I unapologetically hacked into)...and sent them to him, along with a wordy 'letter' that spelled everything out, graphically. I had moved out of my parents house a year before and had a job as an on site manager at a small apt complex...so I included the address and the line "if you want I want, come to blue back fence, it'll be unlocked, I'll be waiting."

YES, he did show up. I only had a week left of classes which I finished, we were involved for over a year and then he moved to take a better job and I didn't want to leave Tennessee

 


TheMommysLife
by on Jul. 2, 2013 at 12:04 PM

 I sent an embarassing text to my mother-in-law that was meant for my hubby. I have never been so embarassed!

TranquilMind
by Ruby Member on Jul. 2, 2013 at 12:15 PM
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 Normal guys do not "love to send d*** pics".  Sorry, that's just stupid.

Maybe very young guys who have absolutely no comprehension that nothing they do is private via electronic communication.  But no thinking adult male would do this, ever. 

Anonymous
by Anonymous on Jul. 2, 2013 at 12:15 PM
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I email a lingere pic to hubby; but accidently sent it to my entire contact list... luckily it was only 30 people... unfortunately they were all church friends... whoops
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