My relationship with the rent agency that I pay my rent to was never really good. Now, they are sueing me based on presposterous claims, for some rather preposterous amounts of money, claiming that I haven't paid my rent for ages when in fact a cursory search for my paper has produced proof that I've paid my rent for all of this year except one month (and that one month could well be just because I haven't dug deep enough in my papers to find the proof).
That, in itself, is already rather bothering. Such lawsuits are rare, and I have no idea what the outcome can be, and if it's the sort that can be settled out of court. Thankfully, I am very close to a lovely young lady that happens to be a very good young lawyer at Paris' largest agency. I'm sure she'll be able to provide a wealth of detail.
But that's not my point herewith. The assignation to court that I received from the Tribunal d'Instance of the 11th, instead of being written in what I believed to be the usual ugly but somewhat geek-friendly constant-width font, is typed out in -- get this -- Comic Sans MS.
Oh, the horror! Oh, the insult! Regaining my lost honour will require bloodshed!