Today’s grammar police bring you this gem from an email sent by a woman at an agency I’m working with:

If I can be of assistance to you please do not hesitate to reach out and contact myself.

That’s “me”, not “myself”. I think it’s a result of kids being taught from their youth that they should always say things like “him and I” when it’s properly “him and me”. People are afraid to use the word “me”, so it’s like they grope for a word that’s similar and end up with “I” or “myself” or whatever.

By the way, I realize that my first sentence should properly end with “… at an agency with which I’m working”. Never end a sentence with a preposition.