Woman Sends Raunchy Email Exchange With Fiance to Entire Office by Accident


officeIt's the stuff nightmares are made of. Melanie Anderson and her fiance Eric Knisz were engaged in a very dirty email exchange with one another while killing time at work when a sandwich van pulled up. Melanie, the receptionist at the Scottish oil company the two worked at, quickly fired off an email to the entire office, letting them know the lunch truck was there, when oops! She accidentally forwarded their entire exchange to the whole company.

As you might imagine, it took about 2.4 seconds for the exchange to make its way to every corner of the virtual world. The email quickly made its way to Twitter, and began trending along with the hashtag "sandwich van." One of the popular lines from the email: "I love making love to you. It's ace!" was retweeted a million times over. The human resources department for the company has released a statement, saying that the couple is "absolutely mortified" and "apologize for any offence caused."

But the craziest thing of all about this is: The couple apparently just couldn't deal with the embarrassment. So they both quit.

This had to have been the most mortifying thing that's ever happened to either of these people. I'm sure it would have been hell showing their faces in the company the days following the flub. Awkward as hell. But, in a few weeks time, this would have totally blown over. And it isn't like these two were cheating on their significant others; they were engaged. It's actually kind of cute that they're so hot for each other!

But at the end of the day, using your work email as a means to send sexy love notes to your significant other, talking about your "session" from last night, is a bad, bad, bad idea. Because things like this can happen.

I mean, isn't that why they invented texting?

Have you ever had an email fail like this?


Image via vmiramontes/Flickr



To add a comment, please log in with

Use Your CafeMom Profile

Join CafeMom or Log in to your CafeMom account. CafeMom members can keep track of their comments.

Join CafeMom or Log in to your CafeMom account. CafeMom members can keep track of their comments.

Comment As a Guest

Guest comments are moderated and will not appear immediately.

nonmember avatar NoWay

I've come so so so close to doing this. LOL :)

jkm89 jkm89

Too bad their coworkers couldn't be mature about the situation, delete the email, and move on. Assholes.

And don't use your work email for sexy conversations dummies!

kelti... kelticmom

My sister was sending naughty texts to her husband, when the associate pastor of her church sent her a text about the next Sunday's service. She accidentally sent her reply to her husban's text to him! "I'm naked and waiting for you, I need you so bad!" She was mortified! He texted back "Ummm, is Casey ok with this?". They are all friends so he figured out what she had done. But she was too embarrassed to talk to him for weeks. Rofl

twili... twilightsbella

Lmao at this article & lmao @kelticmom

DebaLa DebaLa

Definitely don't let the work and personal lines cross. That is a disaster waiting to happen that you can't ever Undo. When in doubt, reread your emails/texts before hitting Send... at ANY time!

Great story, kelticmom, hehe...

tuffy... tuffymama

What jkm said. Ouch!

nonmember avatar Tracy

I didnt have an email/text mishap mine was an actual phone call to my husbands boss! It was before he went to work,we were doing our thing and somehow rolled over on the phone n it just so happens the number it dialed was his work number,nobody was there yet so it all got recorded onto the ansewering machine,needless to say he didnt have to explain why he was late for work! I was so embarrased i couldve crawled under a rock!

nonmember avatar Beth

Someone actually did this at a company I worked for and was fired, with good cause I would say. Having those types of "conversations" is totally inappropriate at the workplace, not to mention that they were doing this on company time when they should have been working!

1-8 of 8 comments