What are the the most annoying email newsletters to sign horrible people up to. Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving you some very useful tips, if you like pranks. As for me, I have never appreciated them. Neither doing, nor watching them.
I must confess that I haven’t liked watching clowns either. I don’t regard them funny, I can’t laugh at somebody’s accidents, or injuries. It’s not comic if a cown fells on a banana skin, or other clowns make him fun of. That’s why i don’t understand why these kind of videos spread on the social media. People seem to like pranks. If you too, just come with us now, and you can have a great time. Well, i think I won’t show this list of pranks to my naughty acquintances of mine.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three most annoying email newsletters to sign horrible people up to.
The first prank should be Pottery Barn Kids on our list. Pottery Barn Kids is a great website, only if you have children. What a great way to annoy people who are single and have no plans (yet) of having kids. Sales on cribs and fire truck bedding will be of no use to them. There are lots of people (I am one of them) who are absolutely not interested in kids stuff, so it can be a good idea. (I am not telling my email address now.) The second idea is Cat Faeries. Well, this is the subject that is definitely not annoying for me, as I have cats. This newsletter subscription sends people daily cat facts and funny cat videos. Sure, they might be cute at first, but when you receive them every day, it gets a little annoying. Personally, I do like to see cat emails in my inbox, but of courseI don’t want them pouring in each week. At last, but not least we mention StumbleUpon. Their website claims to be the best source for the best on the internet. Unfortunately, their unsubscribe rates tell you otherwise. They are also among the websites that sent out the most spam emails in 2016. I used to be a subscriber, but eventually got tired of them and unsubscribed.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 most annoying email newsletters to sign horrible people up to.