History of Consumer Spoof
In 1993 a bored phone company employee, trapped in an eleven-week training class, was searching for a way to pass the hours. Eleven weeks in a tiny class room with twelve other individuals (including Stephanie, the hottest girl in the department) learning about exciting stuff like Remote Call Forwarding and Market Expansion Lines. Stephanie was blond, gorgeous and loved to laugh. One night the phone company employee, John Kramer, fell asleep while drinking beer and eating Doritos and developed a sore in his mouth. The next day he wrote a letter to Frito Lay, asking for his money back. Stephanie thought the letter was hilarious. John saw his opening and wrote a number of other letters. Stephanie helped by taking on the role as Mrs. Kramer. That was as close as John ever got to having any sort of relationship with the beautiful Stephanie. Stephanie ended up marrying a creepy ex boyfriend-stalker. John was already married and should have been trying to make his own wife laugh. John stopped his letter writing to concentrate on a rewarding career with the local phone company. The letters were packed away in one of those plastic file holders that never gets emptied or tossed until you die and someone in your family looks through the stuff, quickly gets bored, and throws everything in a dumpster.