Making the electronic connection

By Matt Riedl, news editor

When was the last time you received (or sent) an e-mail containing mostly XOs, hearts, and smiley faces?

For me, this happens on pretty much a semi-weekly basis.

You know why? Jets, I think it’s time we step into the 21st century here and start using our e-mails for what they were truly designed for: online flirting.

Matt Riedl. News Editor
Photo illustrates the kind of messages students should be sending on JetMail.

Back in the old Outlook days, you had to make the choice either to fill up your inbox with flirtatious conversation or to send boring academ­ic e-mails.

Now with our new JetMails, you don’t have to make that choice!

Those 25 gigabytes will let you enter­tain romantic exchanges with so many more ladies all at the same time.

That’s pretty neat.

If you’re looking to “make the con­nection,” what better way than to do it online?

Every student obviously checks his or her e-mail daily, hourly, so your chances of being ignored over e-mail are pretty much slim to none.

I would be willing to bet 99 percent of students don’t realize just how sexy a well-worded e-mail can be.

Ladies love a man who’s technologi­cally savvy after all, so e-mail is the per­fect way to show her you mean business – but you also have a playful side.

It’s also much less complicated than flirting over Blackboard.

If you need help on how to start us­ing your e-mail flirtatiously (as it should be used), just look up some pickup lines online.

That way, you can have all the enter­tainment of going to class and flirting in reality from the comfort of your cozy bed.

So come on, Jets.

It’s time to warm up those fingers and bust out the emojis.

It’s gametime, and if you don’t get on your e-mail game you’re going to get lost to the spam filter.

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