Fun with Spam #11

January 28, 2020 Spam 32

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 (when I reference a specific post in my replies, that’s the post that the spam comment was left on):


Awesome trip! Road trips are the best, but you often are way more tired when you return. I remember doing a very similar route when I was a kid… so much fun!!! Love that you finally got the Joy the Baker book.

Wow, so you actually time traveled as a kid?! And did you bring a hamster? I am definitely jealous of that trip of a lifetime! (And I’m not sure what the Joy the Baker book is, but thank goodness I finally got it!) 

(I wasn’t planning to include any more Time Traveling with a Hamster spam since I put up a lot of it in spam post #8, but this one made me laugh and I still get SO many spam comments on this post every week!!! It’s probably my biggest spam-attractant.)

 

Hello, You do not wish to get yourself stuck a kind of career that you dislike. There are fields of planning and performing included in a brand-new assignment help company firm as well as if you are glowing concerning it, they would not respond like working from all as opposed to a kind of market you do default.

Ooh! An assignment help company firm? That sounds perfect for my needs. I am positively glowing at the thought of working with you!

 

Good ? I should definitely pronounce, impressed with your site. I had no trouble navigating through all the tabs and related info ended up being truly easy to do to access. I recently found what I hoped for before you know it in the least.

Reasonably unusual. Is likely to appreciate it for those who add forums or something, site theme . a tones way for your customer to communicate. Nice task.

“Impressed with your site” is a little hard to pronounce, so I’m glad you’re working on that. Don’t give up!

And thank you for making note of how reasonably unusual I am—I tried being unreasonably unusual at first, but it felt like I was going a tad too far.

 

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I’ll confess that I often get caught up in the day-to-day Car Paint. I mean, who doesn’t? This is pretty much a universal problem, right? (Tell me I’m not alone here!)

 

I am not rattling fantastic with English but I come up this real leisurely to interpret.

I have to admit that I had to use a leisurely pace in order to interpret this comment. I think you need more practice with your English, but I give you a rattling fantastic score for effort!

 

fdhhic

You may want to see a doctor. That bodily noise does not sound natural, and I’m afraid something serious might be wrong with you.

 

Google relies uon a fairly democratic system by features vast link structure to find a page’s value. Of course for both of those your need an online sikte of your own somewhere.!

I was actually completely unaware that I needed an online sikte in order to capitalize on Google’s democratic system. Thank you for this information!

From my research on the topic, I’ve discovered that sikte is the Norwegian word for a sight on a gun and it can also be roughly translated as a target. So, I should add a target to the blog? I think this could be very useful so that people have a place to aim when they want to throw things at their screen due to the complete inanity of posts like this one.

 

And today I am sharing some “guest spam” from Lindsi @ Do You Dog-Ear?. She received this spam comment on eleven different posts. Somebody really wants her to become a vampire:

My Name is Steve Jones from Canada, i turn to a vampire any time i want to, I become a real vampire because of how people treat me, This world is a wicked world and not fair to any body. At the snack of my finger things are made happened. Am now a powerful vampire and no one step on me without an apology goes free. I turn to human being also at any time i want to. And am one of the most dreaded and respected person in my country. i am now also very famous and rich with the help of the VAMPIRES EMPIRE. i get what ever a want. i become a vampire through the help of my friend who introduce me into a vampire Kingdom by given me their email: DELETED, if you want to become a powerful and a real vampire kindly contact the vampire kingdom on their email: DELETED for help. it is real. Contact them today.

I’m sorry I deleted the email address. I felt like it wasn’t my place to share. But if you’re interested in becoming a vampire, contact Lindsi directly, and I’m sure she’ll be happy to pass it along to you. (I believe Kristen @ Metaphors and Moonlight can also help because I remember her saying in the past that she’s received vampire recruitment messages. I’m sort of jealous—apparently, I’m not vampire material.)


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

If you have spam comments you’d like me to share as “guest spam,” feel free to send it my way. I’m always on the lookout for quality spam!

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

 

32 Responses to “Fun with Spam #11”

  1. Laura

    Haha, I love these posts! Spam is crazy! I’m a little upset that no one’s offering me the chance to become a vampire either though! 😂

  2. Nicole @ BookWyrmKnits

    OMG, this is all priceless! I thought you had front-loaded your post with the best spam comment at the top (I still love that the Time Traveling with a Hamster post gets comments about road trips) but then I laughed out loud about your “bodily noises” reply. And THEN the vampire recruitment! Thanks for the laugh, I needed that today!

  3. Kristen @ Metaphors and Moonlight

    Time travel would’ve been a lot more fun than the trips my parents took me on as a kid lol. I love your bodily noise response, haha. “Rattling fantastic” is great though?! I’m gonna us e that, I love it lol. I get those vampire spam ones a lot, and I’m always so tempted to email them just to see what their game is 😛

  4. Chana @ Paper Procrastinators

    😂😂 Omggg Nicole, your responses are amazing!! Getting spam is always fun, I especially love how it’s so clear that the bot is trying to sound human. I screenshot some of my favorite spam because some of the stuff in there is too good to forget.

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