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This Customer Couldn’t Keep From Asking About Her Ring’s Progress — Or Eating Pecan Pie

Plus another customer who had a funny sign-off.

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We had one customer who sent us this message, wanting an update on her engagement ring: “I promised myself I wouldn’t bother you about my ring’s progress, but I also promised myself to lose weight and stop swearing. Since I just ate almost a whole f#@&ing pecan pie, I figured I’d blow all my resolutions and ask how my beautiful ring is coming along? Hope to hear from you soon, but in the meantime, I hear a chocolate cake calling my name. Sh!t.”
We have another funny customer who would always sign her messages with the following: “Hugs and ass slaps, A.” — Jen Hollywood, J Hollywood Designs, Chester Springs, PA

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