Imagine a world in which emails from six years ago are delightfully fascinating — a nearly impossible task given their typically mundane and useless nature. If you don't have any interesting emails of your own to read, the next best thing to do is to make a few up — say, to Hillary Clinton during her tenure as secretary of state sent by her key aide Huma Abedin in 2009.
Below are five entirely fake emails inspired by the recently released batch of 1,300 emails from Clinton's personal account.
Expressing a pet peeve about email subject lines:
It's a question that deserves an answer: What was the song of the summer in 2009?
Imagine a superstitious email chain letter, but for our nation's leaders:
Brief commentary on the water-cooler culture of media discussions on Twitter:
Is it too hard to believe in a Follow Friday (#ff) endorsement?
You can make your own imaginary email using the Email to Hillary Clinton meme generator, or if you're interested in handcrafting one via Photoshop, I recommend Calibri bold font, size 15.