I accidentally sent an x-rated message to my work colleagues and now I'm mortified

I accidentally sent an x-rated message to my work colleagues and now I'm mortified

April 1, 2022

WE'VE all sent messages we regret.

It's normally ok when when you message your friend a typo in the group chat.

This woman on twitter took making a typo to a whole new level with this massive blunder.

the upbeat message read: "I'm good – Covid PCR neg and not much so at work.

"Have sh*t myself in your office Anna (hope that's okay). So if you want to use the office Henry then all good."

Posting the fail on Twitter, Eileen joked that she sent a small typo to her colleagues.

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It was clear that everyone related to the awkward message, her tweet racked up 67.5k likes and 2.6k retweets.

She probably meant to write 'shut' but the small typo fit into the message so perfectly that her co-workers were probably baffled.

Fellow Twitter users could relate to the mistake.

One joked: "Second best typo I’ve ever seen, the best being a colleague who responded to a customer complaint email.

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"Finished it with ‘please don’t contact me’ instead of ‘please don’t hesitate to contact me."

A second tweeter said: "It reminds me of the time that someone in my work’s chat started a new chat conversation called “will trade shits on Monday” while looking for someone to trade shifts with."

A third added: "I would simply leave and never go back."

And another said: "What made me wet myself (not literally) was the 'hope that’s okay' bit!"

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