Spam Comment of the Week V

This week’s spam comment comes to us from “hello.” No, really, I kid you not. That is the name in which it is listed under. At least it isn’t “horny” and I *will* be sharing some of those with you soon because they’re hilarious. Also? I realize I’m not posting these weekly. Life interrupts at times, but I will attempt to do better. What would help is that if you’re enjoying them, hit that “like” button there, or share this post via Twitter or Facebook, OR comment on the damn post so I know people are reading it! =p

This was on the Online Dating . . . Still? post:

of course like your web site however you have to check the spelling on several of your posts. A number of them are rife with spelling issues and I in finding it very bothersome to tell the truth nevertheless I’ll surely come back again.

Really, Hello? I need to check my spelling? FYI, I’m a goddamn writer and it’s extremely RARE for me to put up a post with spelling or grammar issues. However, I can find SEVERAL grammatical mistakes in your comment. How about you learn English a little bit better before you remark on my spelling?

KThxBai

Oh, and Hello? You should thank me because I was going to put your email up here, but decided that I didn’t want the Karma that would go with that. You’re very fucking welcome.

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5 thoughts on “Spam Comment of the Week V

  1. I got one once that had messed up and included some of the code for picking out random phrases to make paragraphs out of. Meant to blog about it much like this, but didn’t get around to it before the spam folder deleted it.

  2. Hey, Jinxie!

    You crack me up in a very Outraged Diva way. When I used to try to blog, I, too got spam. (Note: I ate a lot of Spam as a kid, grilled and put into sandwiches. It was good. I hate to see it so demonized. Of course, it could have ground up demons in it, for all we know. Soylent Green Imps, maybe?)

    The first spam bits that used phrases from my own posts confused me, but I got over it. You’re quicker to see through stuff than I am.

    Anyway, it was fun to go through my 8500 unread emails and come across this one. Yes, 8500 and change.

    You just make me smile–and that’s good.

    • Hi LR! Thanks for commenting! I, too, grew up eating fried spam, which is the reason I absolutely detest it now. LOL Of course, I’ve learned how to actually cook since then too.

      And 8500 emails? Yikes! Been away for a while?

      Happy to bring a smile to your face. =)

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