You know how it goes when someone starts a phrase with the words, “I don’t mean to be rude” – then proceeds to use the “but” word – which tells you he absolutely does intend to be rude.
But then there’s me. Would I do such a thing?
Nah. Never. But I know a lot of people who do. Just for “yuk-yuks” here are some other ways to contradict your “but:”
“I don’t mean to sound like an a-hole, but
“I don’t mean to tell you what to do, but
“I don’t want to come off like I know it all, but
Okay, aside from the above, what’s the point of “this-here” email.
It is this: Last night I thought I made you an offer that only an idiot would refuse. But I guess I was the idiot, not you. I was dumb beyond belief. Why? Because I didn’t attach the element of TIME to the equation.
Here’s the situation: I’m literally giving away a treasure-trove of best-selling and/or jealously guarded information on my new member’s site. We’re talking about thousands of doll-hairs worth of product for a ridiculously low fee.
Even so, there are some holdouts and it’s all my fault because I forgot to tell you that I’m only taking 197 more people in this program right now – AS IS. This includes a gratis tele seminar on how to raise your testosterone levels naturally, without P.E.D.s.
Someone call A-Rod right now. Ooops. Too late. He done gone and got himself busted. [Note: for those who want to karekt my Engrish, i writ that stuff rawng on porpoise.]
Anyway, not only am I limiting this exact offer to 197 more people – but you’ve got 24 hours to make up your mind – and the clock is not only ticking – it’s ticking on the website – for YOU and everyone else to SEE.
So don’t make me look bad again. Hehe.
Jump on this offer NOW – before it’s sold out – or the cock crows – whichever comes first.