Poor use of "URGENT" or high importance flags in emails



“URGENT” email has gone round to tell us that they’re going to upgrade the CCTV cameras. Cool.


Ask when they plan to do this so you can commit petty crimes


Low importance emails are my favourite, always open them first.


Find the low importance flag to be a nice example of classic British understatement.

"Low importance - building on fire

Sorry to bother everyone, but there are some quite worrying flames coming from the second floor kitchen. Tell my wife I lo"


:smiley: complete with buzzfeed link to top 19 foods that look like cats solving a sudoku or something.