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An expectant bride is online & # 39; unpleasant & # 39; branded for her & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; unofficial e-mail (photo) replacing all letter Os with wedding ring emoji & # 39; s

Expectant bride who every & # 39; O & # 39; replaced in her absence email with an emoji for a wedding ring, & # 39; becomes unpleasant and unprofessional & # 39; mentioned

  • Upcoming bride & # 39; s office email swapped all letter Os with wedding ring emoji & # 39; s
  • Her message was shared on Facebook by a woman who was probably from America
  • Internet users are quick to spot with the & # 39; extra & # 39; bride for her & # 39; irritating & # 39; screen
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An expectant bride is online & # 39; unpleasant & # 39; named for her & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; unofficial e-mail that has replaced all the letter Os with emoji & # 39; s for wedding rings.

The anonymous woman's message was shared with the Facebook group That's it, I'm Wedding Shaming, by a member presumably from the US.

It said: & # 39; Hello! Thanks for your email! I will be linked and will be back on 28 October with a new surname and a new e-mail address, so watch out! & # 39;

Even the subject of the message contained a ring instead of the letter O, and a bride emoji.

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Social media users mock quickly with the & # 39; extra & # 39; bride for her & # 39; irritating & # 39; screen, with some suggesting that the woman be fired because she & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; used to be.

An expectant bride is online & # 39; unpleasant & # 39; branded for her & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; unofficial e-mail (photo) replacing all letter Os with wedding ring emoji & # 39; s

An expectant bride is online & # 39; unpleasant & # 39; branded for her & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; unofficial e-mail (photo) replacing all letter Os with wedding ring emoji & # 39; s

The anonymous woman's message was shared by the Facebook group last week That's it, I'm Wedding Shaming, by a member presumably from America, and quickly slammed shut

The anonymous woman's message was shared by the Facebook group last week That's it, I'm Wedding Shaming, by a member presumably from America, and quickly slammed shut

The anonymous woman's message was shared by the Facebook group last week That's it, I'm Wedding Shaming, by a member presumably from America, and quickly slammed shut

An unimpressed person wrote: & # 39; As someone emailing all day, I hate this more than I can express. & # 39;

Another said the screen looks & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; and different users of social media called for the dismissal of women.

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Some suggested that the future bride had gone too far with her idea and that only the use of the emoji's in the title would have been enough.

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Social media users mock quickly with the & # 39; extra & # 39; bride for her & # 39; irritating & # 39; screen, with some suggesting that the woman be fired for the & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; e-mail response

Social media users mock quickly with the & # 39; extra & # 39; bride for her & # 39; irritating & # 39; screen, with some suggesting that the woman be fired for the & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; e-mail response

Social media users mock quickly with the & # 39; extra & # 39; bride for her & # 39; irritating & # 39; screen, with some suggesting that the woman be fired for the & # 39; unprofessional & # 39; e-mail response

& # 39; Frankly, the subject would not be the worst if the rest were not. But all the O & # 39; s being replaced are absurd & # 39 ;, one person wrote.

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While another added: & # 39; I think the bit & # 39; outside the office & would have been sufficient and cute. This girl has exaggerated! & # 39;

However, they were not all negative comments about the answer outside the office, because some people said they were using rings & # 39; cute & # 39; and & # 39; hilarious & # 39; found.

Some social media users suggested that the future bride had gone too far with her idea, and that only the use of the emoji's in the title would have been enough

Some social media users suggested that the future bride had gone too far with her idea, and that only the use of the emoji's in the title would have been enough

Some social media users suggested that the future bride had gone too far with her idea, and that only the use of the emoji's in the title would have been enough

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However, it was not all negative comments about the answer outside the office, because some people said they were using rings & # 39; cute & # 39; and & # 39; hilarious & # 39; found

However, it was not all negative comments about the answer outside the office, because some people said they were using rings & # 39; cute & # 39; and & # 39; hilarious & # 39; found

However, it was not all negative comments about the answer outside the office, because some people said they were using rings & # 39; cute & # 39; and & # 39; hilarious & # 39; found

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