Posted by: Gregoryno6 | October 8, 2011

Spammy selections.

The peculiar relationship of  spammers to the English language remains, well, peculiar.

My wife and i ever have to consentrate additional in this particular study course and discover the things i are able to do concerning this.

Consentrate to yore hart’s delight, deer friend.

This one makes a bumpy start but right at the end suddenly veers into perfect comprehensibility.

Fantastic goods from you, man. I have understand your stuff previous to and you are just extremely magnificent. I actually like what you have acquired here, really like what you’re saying and the way in which you say it. You make it enjoyable and you still care for to keep it smart. I can’t wait to read much more from you. This is actually a terrific website.

One duz – er, does what one can.

The latest deliveries show a marked inclination toward the ladies. Which is no bad thing, of course…

It has been interesting but how do I bookmark this?

How do you bookmark this? Easy, go here and buy a calendar. Then you’ll never have to worry about finding Gina again.

Searching for this for some time now – i guess luck is much more advanced than research engines

Given what he finally found, maybe he’s an optometrist spammer?

At least Hayley Atwell attracts people who remain relatively coherent. I’m not having quite the same luck.

fabelhafter blallen mit isligelat und hisspla ferseln, sehr bendgen und chlin. fackt schon trobliten hat derrain, fichtslo und ttattge mit wunsponz.

The Online Translator’s analysis suggests I’m the love object of a German madchen. Although it only gets as far as “more magnificently” before it throws in the towel. Still that’s nore than it managed on the next offering.

fabulosae vazaremo mi sserv te cadventia oscór ivissata. abicerd te licora austrea nos acliens o emotiga trinha ssextis bien.

Possibly a meassge from a flirty Spanish grandmother… Omitting the bulk of the message, which is just camouflage, I find “fabulosae ssextis bien.” Should I pass it along to Justice Bromberg? He’s the chap with all the smarts on reading between the lines.

Compliments are always welcome. Especially when one blogs one’s little heart to exhaustion at times for scant recognition.

Hey, I just found your page online and I need to congratulate you on the stuff you article. It’s genuinely wonderful and I’m sure it assists a great deal of individuals to obtain far better at what they do. Anyways thanks and I hope we’ll have the ability to keep in touch in some way on this vast universe that is the interconnected internet (hehe I feel like a tiny baby spider).

But online praise follows the same rules as real estate. Location, location, location. And I can’t take much credit for this.

Still, that warm inner glow was nice for the three seconds that it lasted.

 

 


Responses

  1. Hi,
    They are unreal aren’t they, I get these types as well, at first you laugh before deleting, but after awhile I got sick and tired of the rubbish, thank god these get caught in spam. I think a lot get sent by bots, over and over again. I’m sure a lot of blog sites have some sort of spam filter on them, it makes you wonder why they bother.

    • Spam is a perfect example of unintended consequences. As someone once said, the internet was designed for twenty people who all knew each other.
      Quality product is rare these days. I don’t know where this came from, but I have no qualms about saluting the author’s literary gift.

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  3. I didn’t think I was the only one getting such drivel – somehow looks funnier when you post about it, though, thank you!

    • There are a few gems among the dross, kc, but mostly… it’s dross.
      Check out Cid’s link in the comment above. Most peculiar.

  4. I too love the spam comments. I really thought penis enlargement pills were a thing of fiction. Maybe they are, but the spammers keep trying to put them on sale on my blog.

    • I haven’t had one of them for a while. I get a lot of “Hey your blog is terrific and told me everything I needed to know on this subject”. No idea what they’re trying to sell, I don’t bother to look at the source.


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