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You’ve Got Maelstrom? Naming The Post-Vacation Email Flood

PopNamers, we all know every vacation is bittersweet. (No, not because grandma had to come.) Vacations end, and as we pack up our beach bags and boogie boards, we leave paradise bound for the most dreaded ocean of them all: the sea of unread emails waiting in our inbox. But this phenomenon needs a better name than ‘sea of unread emails.’ So, the task is yours! What can we call this unavoidable vacation hazard?

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