Someone keeps leaving the e off the end of my name in an email conversation


#1

she also has an e at the end of hers. it would be petty to start retaliating but I think I might to just that.


#2

poor Sme


#3

Smemail


#4

how do you know it’s the e on the end and not that she hasn’t forgotten to type the first e


#5

Fucking great point this, yeah Sme how the hell do you know?


#6

Serves you right Frede


#7

because one of the Es on Smee has an accent (irl)


#8

i thought your name was Dan


#9

You must be thinking of @dan


#10

smëeterhead


#11

Someone in my office just asked someone else what they’re having for lunch and the other person said “mince”.

This is now the Someone is currently doing/recently did Something thread


#12

someone in my office is posting in this thread

someone is ME


#13

Someone’s just used the wrong spelling of my name on a meeting room booking :scream:

We’re through the lookin glass people


#14

I used to know this girl in uni who would literally manage to somehow go on my facebook profile where obviously my name is quite prominent, click the “send Helene a message” button or whatever it was back then, and still misspell my name as Helena. Repeatedly. Was quite fascinating


#15

People misspell my name all the fricking time even though it’s right there in my email address/contact info, ugh


#16

Same here.
Also they shorten it to the incorrect shortened spelling of my name.

WHY


#17

Sometimes I think people assume I’M spelling my name incorrectly.

I worked somewhere before where they spelled it incorrectly in my actual email and refused to change it unless I provided a birth certificate and about 3 other forms of ID so I just left it cause I couldn’t be arsed. I started to sign off with my name and the correct spelling but that made me look really insane so I started to spell my name incorrectly.
FOR 18 MONTHS.


#18

People always substitute the Fs in my surname for Ss - even when I say my name, spell it, then spell it phonetically then say it again. Results in a completely different name. Normally just tell people my name is Smith instead.