Fun With Spam #9

November 14, 2019 Spam 29

It’s time for a new installment of Fun with SPAM, where we peek into the abyss of the Spam folder to find a few gems and imagine … what if I were really going to reply to these random crazy comments? 

Take a look at what I might say:


Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You definitely know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to your blog when you could be giving us something enlightening to read?

Wow, you really tell it like it is, don’t you?

You do make a very good point, though: I’m obviously throwing away my intelligence with the plethora of videos I post here on FYFA. I mean, there was that book trailer I posted that one time a year or so ago, and … well, probably tons of other videos that are just slipping my mind at the moment.

Thanks for your advice! 

 

Determine what sort of crops you want to grow.

Um, I mean, we tried to plant some blackberry plants this past summer, but we didn’t get any berries. I don’t really think anyone should be putting me in charge of any crops.

 

What a material of un-ambiguity and preserveness of valuable know-how concerning unpredicted feelings.

I’ll confess that my feelings are often unpredictable—I have A LOT of valuable know-how about that.

 

hello!, I love your writing so so much! percentage we communicate extra about your article on AOL? I need a specialist on this area to unravel my problem. May be that is you! Looking ahead to see you.

I’d say the chances of us communicating extra on AOL are about 0%. I’m not sure I’m really qualified to unravel all your problems.

 

At the very center of who you are you have the knowledge; you understand your divinity and you comprehend what you needed.

I believe you’re the first commenter to ever acknowledge my divinity. I am a BOOK BLOGGING GODDESS and I know exactly what I need: MORE BOOKS!

 

My brother suggested I may like this website. He used to be totally right. This post actually made my day. You cann’t believe simply how much time I had spent for this info! Thanks!

Sounds like your brother used to have really good taste. Too bad things have changed.

 

Your blog is awesome because you put the light on historical places that we must want to visit. When we visit these places then we know about our great leaders and great places.

I mean, I guess you might want to visit the woods featured in the post you’re commenting on (my review of After the Woods by Kim Savage), but honestly I’d stay away. You might want to reread the synopsis—girls keep getting abducted and murdered there. So, yeah, not sure you’d call it a “great place.”

 

Everyone loves what you guys tend to be up too. This kind of clever work and reporting! Keep up the wonderful works guys I’ve incorporated you guys to our blogroll.

Me and my alter egos (who I like to refer to as “the guys”) are well-known for our clever work and reporting, that’s for sure. We tend to be up to a lot. Oh, and the guys and I appreciate being added to your blogroll!

 

Hello mates, its wonderful paragraph on the topic of teaching and fully explained, keep it up all the time.

I’d really prefer if you refer to us as “the guys” in the future. But we will keep it up … all the time.


See, spam really can be fun! If you liked this post, check out my past spam posts—they’re good for a laugh!

Do you ever read your spam? Does it make you laugh? Remember any crazy spam comments? I want to know!

 

29 Responses to “Fun With Spam #9”

  1. Sam@wlabb

    Well, I mean, you should really figure out what sort of corps you want to grow. How else would you determine the type of seeds to buy? Seems like good advice to me.

  2. Kristina

    ahaha oh boy those are just so “out of places” ?! xD I think I recall having gotten the brother one though!

    Lately i’ve been hit by a “promoting free viagra” spambot 🙃 and something else erotic I don’t remember.. oh and a like 6-pages long one about the bible and trump?! Sometimes I wonder what in hell thoses comments even are xd

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  3. Becky @ A Fool's Ingenuity

    I mostly block spam comments but wow, loving some of these comments. I definitely feel like you need to determine what crops you want to grow. It’s important to plan ahead. Good to see a commenter is finally acknowledging your book blogging goddess status as well. Someone had to.

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    • Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

      Mine do go to my spam filter, but I actually search through the spam folder to find the gems. I usually have SO many (right now it says there are 896 spam comments in there, and it deletes them after a certain amount of time), it’s not hard to find a few fun ones!

      And, yes, I guess I really should be planning for crops. Any goddess worth her salt has some crops dedicated to her, right?

  4. Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight

    Hahhaha I chuckled a lot. Especially because… AOL, does that actually still exist!? To be fair, I think my aunt still uses an AOL email, so maybe? But like, chatrooms like in the days of yore!? I want to actually follow this person to the AOL to solve their life problems or what have you 😂

    I got a really funny one that I meant to save and share the next time you did one of these posts but now I can’t find it and I am bummed because you would have appreciated it. If I find it I’ll send it to you!

    • Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

      Yeah, I don’t think AOL chats are still a thing. I’ll have to follow the “tips” from my Time Traveling with a Hamster post to interact with that spammer there. 🙂

      And, yes, send the comment my way if you find it (or anytime you find one)! Maybe I’ll even add it to a post as a “Spam from friends” section. LOL!

  5. Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku

    This is an AMAZING post! I love the format. I have always wanted to respond with snarky comments to the spam. XD

    Fun fact: Blackberries take 3-4 years to produce fruit. If you transplant a bush that’s 3 years or older it also might not fruit the first year because of shock. Do you still have the bushes? Hopefully, they’ll fruit for you soon!

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