Daryl Lindsey
October 28, 2016 1:33 pm
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No one likes automated email responses. It usually means you’ve been turned down for a job offer or your credit application has been denied. But after receiving an unsolicited x-rated photo from a man, one woman decided the polite-but-impersonal form letter would make an ideal response.

Sarah-Louise Jordan shared the form letter in a now-viral Facebook post, offering it for any woman to use after receiving unwanted sexts.

Dear Sir,

Thank you for the unexpected and unsolicited submission of your penis portrait for our consideration. We regret to inform you that it has failed to pass our most basic standards of quality control at this time.

The form will hopefully come in handy for the many (many) women sent unwanted photos.

Survey data from Match.com claims 45% of female users have received a naked photo from men online. But science says women don’t like it: A study by Emory University showed women’s brains responded notably less to sexual visuals than men’s brains.

Jordan hopes her form will help other women deter unwanted photos – and give them a good laugh.

“The idea just nudged me in the middle of the night,” Jordan told Mashable. “It’s so impolite to send a dick pic so it struck me as funny to write something which was the complete opposite of that, while still being a bit sassy.”

We appreciate you so much, Sarah-Louise.

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