Note to vegetarians: My food poops in your food. Enjoy that salad!
It was posted by someone promoting slot games. I’m not seeing the connection, but I admire his or her creativity. (My apologies to my vegetarian friends.) Finally, a little chuckle among the offers of Filippino wives and cheap tramadol.
Most spam is clearly written by people for whom English is a second language, like the spammer who, under a blog about health care reform, promised:
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I am intrigued by the ability to make your German Shepherd look like a shark before — oh the irony! — he bites you for sticking him in this ridiculous outfit, i’ll continue for getting other subjects. Thanks.
Even more amusing (or maddening) are the spam comments over at my other site, ParentingWithCancer.com, such as this one under a piece about donating hair for wigs for cancer patients:
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And the one posted under a heartwrenching personal blog about hoping to be here long enough to watch my kids grow up:
does anyone know a single thing about natural swimming ponds? I was pondering making a pool renovation and so wondered whether it would be a big ordeal.
Because when you’re facing a life and death situation, there’s always time to ponder a pool.
So to the spammers who write in Russian or Chinese, the ones promoting sheds, mail order pain killers, loads of traffic, discount gold chains and Uggs boots, the ones barely in English, I say, study this one, posted by someone promoting online poker:
Build a man a fire and he is warm for each day. Set him on fire, and he is warm for that rest of his life.
Something to think about. Thanks for stopping by.