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'If you'll give me an advance on my allowance, I'll show you how to get the little circle around the 'a' on all your email addresses.'
"It took a few days to get used to the new Gmail - I guess we'll get used to this."
'He's not seeing anyone in person. He prefers that you upload a video clip to him. Here's his email address.'
George Fisher - Dec. 16, 1939—Apr. 12, 1995
"We just need your e-mail address so we can e-mail you all day every day for the rest of your life."
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"Do you have a middle initial other than @, Eddie?"
"I've got to let you go, Johnson. But in honor of your service, I'm allowing you to keep your email address."
Internet Name Tags.
'I had a lovely time and I'd love to see you again, here's my business card with my fake email, mobile and twitter.'
'We can't offer a pension or job security, but you get a more prestigious email address.'
'Yeah, I'm still in the bodyguard business. We're online now too!'
"Do you know Lincoln's Gettysburg Address?"
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Woman with email address on top.
"In addition to a name for his birth certificate, would you like him to reserve an email address and a cell phone number for him?"
'If you need anything, here's my e-mail address.'
'May I have your email address?'
We can't top your previous salary, but we can give you a more prestigious email address.
'If I had made it in big business my email address would have been 'swifterthanbillgates.com'.'
So, if you don't get this mail because I wrote the wrong address again, please reply to me a.s.a.p. Best, Bob
We know your e-mail address!
'I'm afraid that name (John Smith) has gone. You can call him John287@smith.com, though.'
"Our e-mail address is ...