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Just like the separation between church and state, there is an implied separation between the corporate work environment and e-mails containing salacious personal information or off-color jokes. There’s even an acronym for it: NSFW (Not Safe for Work). Paradoxically, the most scandalous NSFW e-mails always seem to end up making the rounds at work anyway. And some of them are so spectacularly awful, so staggeringly unprofessional and inappropriate, that they transcend office gossip and become international phenomena. Here are just a few of our favorite NSFW train wrecks from the last decade.