The most retaded thing on the internet; EVER.
Chain mail ususally tells you to passs it on, or something bad will happen to you.
Some people are really gullable and are usually idiots therefore they believe it so they pass it on.
Others are wise to the bullshit and ignore them.
They are really annoying, I usually get like 57866476756 emails per day and like 3 are actual emails.
What a chain mail usually says:
"Send this to 500000000000 people in the next 1.123 seconds or the ghost of your long lost uncle will rape your dog!"
mail you want to spam which most of the time you do. its pesky. kill it. stop sending it.
you read this, you will get kissed on Friday. B R E A K I T and your crush will ask someone else out. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However, if u don't send this to at least 10 people, by at least 1 am, you will have bad luck for the rest of your life. Just copy, paste and you will get kissed on Friday. DONT send it back to the person who sent it to you TAG UR IT!! This is so scary. Send this to 15 people in the next 143 mins.When you are done press F6 and your crushes name will appear- this is a chain mail
A chain mail is when someone pass's some dumb thing to another and another and another(ETC...) Heres a example:
Send This To 50People In the next 10minutes and your crush will kiss you but.. you must press ALT+f4 And say your name 10times say your moms name 10times and on friday your crush will kiss you!
When you get those texts or emails saying if you dont forward this to (whatever number it is) something will happen to you. In other words, the most annoying fucking waste of time on the planet.
John: Huh I got a chainmail!
Chainmail: If you do not forward this to 10 people, Carmen will chop off your head.
John: OH SHIT I GOTTA SEND THIS OUT
A form of armour that involves interwoven rings (ringmail is slightly different) of metal, normally worn as a suit for protection in combat. It was lighter than plate armour and offered better protection than leather and was, therefore, a popular choice for light troops (or early armies, who didn't have the option of plate). It was slowly (but not entirely) phased out on line troops as plate armour became less expensive and lighter (though it was often used to cover the joints of the armour and was sometimes worn under the armour for added protection).
At the battle of Crecy, the non-noble troops on both sides wore mostly chainmail. However, this made the French soldiers fatally vunerable to English longbow fire.
Things that break way more easily than expected.
Fucking chainmail nikes ripped after three days!
1) A form of Armour worn by knights of old times made up of tightly woven metal links.
2) the masculine form of Knitting.
"You have any hobbies?"
"Yeah, I weave Chainmail."