I have a new friend, named Lenox.
Here is an email exchange from right before I recorded one of my podcasts last Thursday (that fit in perfectly with that episode — everything falls into place like dominoes for elBenbo):
LENOX: Loads of money with email? Why should i believe you? do you have proof of earnings?
elBENBO: You shouldn’t believe me, go away, shoo
LENOX: And rude too, to what were simple questions to answer. Any need? you egoic moron. I’ll definitely be keeping your response and sending it to those appropriate. Now, Piss off with your drivel, silly little boy
I have coined a new word I’ll be using henceforth:
If you have been trolled, you’ve been Lenoxed.
If you ask dumb questions that could have been answered in 30 seconds on Google or on the website of the person you are wondering about, or think you are such a special snowflake that you deserve your own sales pitch instead of looking at ones already online, you pulled a Lenox.
If you go full on attack like the Hulk, you Lenoxed out.
If you ask for earning shots and other biz-oppy things then that is so Lenox.
And so on, and so forth.
Being Lenoxed means you are doing something right.
Being Lenoxed also makes for great emails too.
Not just fun for you to write, but for your audience to read.
To learn my evil ways of writing emails, go ye here:
P.S. I have never used the phrase “loads of money” — where do these people come from?