I trolled through my Spam file and found a treasure trove of stupidity for your enjoyment.
My Akismet spam filter does a darn good job of catching and filtering out spam comments so I don’t have to see them. But sometimes I like to go into my spam file and read the comments, because they are so dizzyingly stupid, full of so many grammatical and spelling errors, and they are so rich with crap that it amuses me. It cheers me up, and like reality TV, it makes me feel like I’m much smarter than the general population, which also cheers me up.
So for your amusement, I’m sharing some prime spam with you today. All of the comments included URL links to their bizarro websites, strangely enough. (-:
Treasure Trove of Amazing Stupidity
“Your blog post, “The Importance Of Embarrassing The Next Generation” shows the fact that you actually comprehend precisely what u r talking about! I actually completely approve.”
“This posting, “The Birth Plan, Revised – Momalog” was in fact too superb. I’m impressing out a copy to demonstrate to my personal good friends and governmental relationships. Many thanks, Sybil”
A comment on my post, Cute Valentine Crafts With Kids:
“This seriously answered my medical predicament, thank you!”
“Can I just say what a relief to find an individual who in fact knows what theyre talking about on the internet. You undoubtedly know methods to bring an concern to light and make it holly fundamental. Even more people today need to read this and realize this side of the story. I cant believe youre not alot more well known given that you certainly have the gift.”
*Here’s one from “poetryvisualized” with a link to “cheap shoes in India”:
“I’m impressed, I ought to say. Truly rarely do I encounter a blog that is both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you’ve hit the nail on the head. Your idea is outstanding; the problem is something that not sufficient men and women are speaking intelligently and/or elloquantly about. I am especially pleased that I stumbled across this in my search for something relating to such a thing.”
From my post, Practice Tips For Suzuki Parents:
|but placed together as the opening lines…Oh, the questions they raise. Who are they? Who is he? Why are they looking for him? What did he take? What will they do to him now that they have found him? And that’s only for starters!|
This one comes from “antisocial Carl” who seems to be touting an Anti-Anxiety Website (which is really a link to ads for Viagra):
|I’m really into photography and would quite like a job involving it however i do NOT want to take pictures of people (weddings and stuff), I like taking arty/creative pictures. I also love writing and I have been thinking of writing for a teenage magazine and hopefully being able to get photography in there as well. Has anybody got any ideas on what job I could do that involves my kind of photography and writing and how I could get there. It makes me nervous.|
Well, Carl, I’m not sure anybody is going to respond to you seeing as you’ve posted this on a recipe for Corn Souffle.
|Can I just say what a relief to locate a person who in fact knows what theyre talking about online. So many people are such an imbecilic stupidity. You undoubtedly know very easy methods to bring an problem to light and make it valuable for all. Extra people need to read this and know this side of the story. I cant believe youre not much more favorite given that you certainly have the gift.|
Any relation to scummovedupe?
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