Ummmm… Amazon, do you know something that we don’t?
Also, are you suggesting that we eat this hypothetical baby?
So I have no idea what the story is behind this email, but I guess I’ll find out in a week or so if something is actually delivered or if it’s just a fluke in their email server.
4 thoughts on “I want my babyback, babyback, babyback ribs”
FYI – one of the podcasts I regularly listen to had an email sent in about this very topic…
“Amazon wants me to have babies
Hey buzz crew,
So I wake up today and check my e-mail, only to see that someone has purchased a product from my baby registry. Thing is, I’m not having a baby. This came as a huge surprise to both my wife and I. We got married in September and I’m led to believe that the Amazon.com A.I needs us to have this baby. Could it be that my baby will be the architect of the robotic uprising? What are your thoughts?
Absalon from Chicago”
From episode 649 of Buzz Out Loud — http://bol.cnet.com
If your family is anything like mine, consider yourself a victim of the “subtle hint”. It started before we were even wed…
I wonder if this is some sort of scam where someone finds, say, a wedding registry and then creates a gift registry for you, incase someone goes looking…hoping that they will receive “your” gifts.
You probably shouldn’t go to such smoky bars like the Horse Brass when you are pregnant 🙂