You know what really makes me laugh?

You hope.

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Plenty of people have accidentally liked or commented on things from the wrong Twitter Account over the years.

Theres lots from the same account

Have you found @Teflon 's account?

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I really hope that’s not me! - it’s not an “official” handle, but I’m very openly involved in the RAFAC

Cue quick scroll through my twitter!

I use the word official loosely …its persons twitter profile that is for their volunteer RAFAC role

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You couldn’t pay me enough to even consider using twitter or any of the multitude SM out there.

I have a FB account that I look at once every few months and in the years I’ve had it, put 3 or 4 things on it, as a reply to the areas of interest. I only got this for the village FB and lost interest as I wasn’t even vaguely interested about someone’s drive being blocked, or the bins haven’t been emptied or cars parking all over the place to drop off or pick kids from the school or people announcing it was their birthday and apparently being told that people I didn’t know from Adam might be a long awaited friend.

You know what really makes me laugh?

A Sgt sending an email to all wing, addressed “Good Evening,”

And the WWO immediately under reply all publicly tells them off for it…

OK, not correctly addressed, but a private email mentioning would surely be more appropriate? Why the need to publicly do it?

Goodness me!


I fail to see the problem that required the email telling off?

Sounds like a junior officer should wade in and see how the WWO likes being shown up in front of everyone.

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I’ll choose my fights more carefully than that, but I do think that it’s a bit much…!

Reply all “oh do bore off” from the generic account.


And start another cheese gate?!?

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There has been an apology though from the WWO…


Just seen this.

And all is right with the world.

Fair play for them to realise their mistake and own up to it.

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Yeah agree. Opinion 180. Glad that he did.

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Did he apologise for the heavy handed approach, or the reply all?

If only the latter, I still think they’re a nob.

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To be fair, the advice given was correct, & in a very appropriate tone (not over-relaxed, but certainly not a screaming fit); the apology (also appropriate) was for using “reply all.”

Not a problem, certainly nothing to be upset about (either for the recipient or anyone else in the Wg).

The question is, what’s wrong with “Good evening”?

It makes me laugh if it’s because it wasn’t a “Good evening Sirs Ma’am’s, FSs et al” because no one in either the real world or RAFAC world would be doing that in reality would they? :joy: