When Spam Emails Are Like Your Sketchy Ex
A couple of weeks ago, I ordered one of those sauna shirts. I have been working out pretty good in the gym and really trying to get it in, but it's always good to have a little extra to bring on the sweat. So while I was strolling Instagram, I came across this ad that apparently had the ultimate sweat shirt. The ad, of course, took you to a site where the models are drenched in sweat from their heads to their feet.
Well, that was all it took for me. I ordered it and tried it on. Sorry to say that either I didn't do enough in the gym or I just didn't get that experience like they did. Sure, I am still using it, but I can't say I would order it again. This leads me to the problem I am having. Ever since I ordered the shirt, I have been getting email on top of email. I received one today that simply said "hey." It came across like the ex who just won't take no for an answer.
It also gave off vibes like going to the store where the person in the store continues to pop up on you every five minutes as you're walking around just listening. While I find it funny, I have to admit there are plenty of people I'd love to see an email from, but this company is not one of them.