How Letters Are Suppose to Be Written

Today’s letter (from The Sun News) merits recognition not so much for its sentiment but for its creative use of the English language.  (Not that the writer doesn’t have any ideas; in fact, she has an Idea.)  Read on:



Idea: Start over with new tax laws@-It is a shame that the citizens have been exposed to the corrupt dealings of banks and people we voted for to protect us. The powers in Congress in control knew what was going on. Now we, as U.S. citizens, pay through the nose and the friends/CEOs will make sure they get their dues before we as depositors get shoved under the rug.

I have an Idea: Start over with new tax laws that make sense and ensure that there is more oversight with our money. After all, the government is the only entity that can break contracts without being sued like the little people they are suppose to protect.

Cheryl Faile


4 Responses to “How Letters Are Suppose to Be Written”

  1. AGreenEyeDevil Says:

    Conway is famous (infamous) for many things, literary greatness is still not on the list.

  2. myrtlebeachbum Says:

    I know, right? If you lived in Conway and had half a brain, you’d just scoot your ass 10 miles down the road and live at the beach. Jesus.

  3. dorothyzbornak Says:

    I can’t stop giggling because her last name is Faile. Add a D and you get what she did in English class.

  4. The Mayor of Bethville Says:

    Here is what I read.

    Idea: Blah blah blah @ blah blah blah/blah. Blabbity-blabbity blah.

    I have an idea: Yadda-yadda yadda.

    Idiot Town

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