Attach attack

We can all identify with this one. You’re about to send an email that is overpopulated with references to the attached image or document, and you’re overjoyed with how well you’ve assembled the entire missive.
Then you send it. Then you realize you forgot to attach the relative file.
So what do we call this relatively recent phenomenon?

1st place: Mailnutrition (Chris C., Wichita, KS)
2nd place: Filefaux pas (verbalherb, U.K.)
3rd place: Dettachments (Andy B., Toronto)
Honorable mention: ADD – Attachment Deficit Disorder (Chris C., Wichita, KS)

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About mikey

Providing children (and their handlers) with thoughtful, evocative illustration for over 20 years.
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