Monday, January 7, 2013

Spam. Oh Joy!

It's Monday. It's the first full normal week of the New Year. I am still recovering from emotional trauma induced by Les Miserables. I thought I'd so something light-hearted and share some of the nicest spam I've gotten in the past or recently. This was partly inspired by MOV's recent post in which she did a similar thing.

I've enabled comment moderation for posts 7 days ago or longer, and Blogger's pretty good at picking up spam that way, although two spammers have already targeted my Les Mis post, probably because of the keywords. So mostly I can just look at this spam and laugh.

The funny thing about a few of these spam comments is that some of them I would keep if it weren't for their invitations to please check out my homepage.
This is the second time I've been to your site. Thnx for posting more details.
sweet blogging! keep up this awesome stuff
Just desire to say your article is as astounding. The clearness on your post is
simply excellent and that i can suppose you're an expert on this subject. Well along with your permission let me to clutch your feed to stay up to date with forthcoming post. Thank you 1,000,000 and please continue the enjoyable work.
What's up, yeah this paragraph is really fastidious and I have learned lot of things from it on the topic of blogging. thanks.

Hi there, just wanted to say, I liked this post. It was inspiring. Keep on posting!

I every time spent my half an hour to read this website's content every day along with a cup of coffee.

I got this web site from my buddy who shared with me about this website and at the moment this time I am browsing this website and reading very informative posts at this time.
I think my favorite has to be "reading very informative posts at this time." Or being told that my blogging is "sweet." Also, it's nice to know that one of the spammers reads my content for a half hour along with a cup of coffee. I don't post a half-hour's worth of content every day, though, so he must be an incredibly slow reader.

And as for my paragraph being fastidious? I'm guessing that means the second definition of fastidious, and not the first. Or was my paragraph really critical? Hard to please?

Besides misspelled compliments, I once got an anecdote from one friendly spammer.
The other day, while I was at work, my cousin stole my iPad and tested to see if it can survive a 30 foot drop, just so she can be a youtube sensation. My iPad is now destroyed and she has 83 views. I know this is totally off topic but I had to share it with someone!
And possibly the nicest spam I ever got was this one who wrote out this whole poem for me. He even included a helpful link to some random site which I forget. But here it is.
there's an angel in her grandmother's garden light of laughter shining from her eye heart of soulful gold that cannot harden lips if love that cannot ever lie (she's brighter than her smile deep in her cool clear mind refreshingly she moves her gifted pen learned patience made her possible to find inspiring me,perhaps,to love again)! since that world's not been the same John saw the Holy Spirit,like a bird descend upon the Son of God,who came to teach,and be the meaning of the Word Linda is more than a Spanish word my heart's heavy...whether feather or a stone dove is sometimes more than just a bird a man was never meant to live alone there's an angel in her grandmother's garden little pigeon resting on her wing the same angel I have seen once in a vision the same song this bird and I are set to sing Linda is more than a Spanish name this angel seems content to never move quiet as her picture in her frame ever near...that I may ever love a song.
Proverbs 27:6 “Faithful are the wounds of a friend; but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful.” 

Nice as spam comments are, I'd rather have good honest feedback than another anonymous person telling me that my paragraph was very fastidious , and informative. thnx. also please visit my homepage.


  1. Such pleasurable content. . . Oh wait. . .sorry. I wasn't going to talk like the spammers. :D

    I understand. Usually blogger is really good about spam but this week I have gotten quite a few spam comments.

    Konstanz Silverbow

  2. Hi Blogger!

    Were you aware that you had an uncle who left behind $18 million dollar during the 2nd World War? I am Honorable Festive Morangoo, barrister from Nigeria. lol

    Those are my fave spam posts. lol

  3. LOL! I sympathize with you, Lauren. :)

  4. I feel your Les Miserables pain. I am suffering it too as well. It isn't helping that I keep singing Bring Him Home and the last Do You Hear the People sing song.

    Spam comments can be funny at times. I get some like that as well.



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