I wrote to you two years ago regarding an entry on your dictionary on Squackle.com. The entry is “<censored>“.
I have a huge sense of humour (even though I’m Italian) but I do really think this description on Internet could defame my husband’s name.
So…would you please to remove it soon or do I have to feel seriously motivated to sue you and your blogsite to the Authorities?
Please, let me know. I’m not joking, this time!
Sorry, but I never received your initial e-mail 2 years ago. It was probably hotmail’s spam filter that ate it.
Thank you for threatening me with legal/authoritical action.
The fact is that “<censored>” is probably not even the <censored> that you are married to unless he is the also akin to Harry Potter.
I will, however, take the name off since because you have supposedly taken offense to it. Know that I am not the one who came up with the word, so you should find out who hates your husband.
Thanks for being a repeat visitor!