Friday, May 29, 2015

Spam Roundup May, 2015

There's spam, and then there's spam so oddly written it's somewhat amusing. Here's a roundup of some of the "best" comments I received this month from spambots around the world.

High praise

 -  I am extremely impressed with your writing skills as neatly as with the structure to your weblog. [Neato] 

 - What a data of un-ambiguity and preserveness of valuable familiarity on the topic of unpredicted feelings. ["Presevereness" is a pretty ambiguous word.]

 -  Hi there. just became aware of your blog through Google and found that it's really informative. I am going to watch out for brussels. [You should. They have a tendency to sprout.]

 -  Heya I'm for the primary time here. I came across the board and I to find it really helpful & it helped me out a lot. [That's fine. Now go back to your side of the board, please.]

Behold the humble lumber truck. Made in the early 1960's by Nomura
 and sold in five and dime stores across the country for less than 10 cents.

Lumbering Along and Along

It's the post that keeps on giving. Wish I knew what SEO magic made The Straco Layout Part 23 -- Lumbering along -- a short post about a vintage Japanese friction toy such a spam magnet...

- Information on way or recreational piano, loss in driver, it contain dawn which contains all of the minus when owl it contain oven this bargaining. [Please -- contain yourself.]

- I think the admin of this web page is genuinely working hard in favor of his website, since here every data is quality based data. [Ladies and gentlemen, let's hear it for the hardest-working admin on the web!]

- Lastly you should know that the online therapist finder is really appropriate. [What exactly are you trying to say?]

- This garden would have already been seeded. [Um, okay....]

Gone, but not quite forgotten....

As a word, "fastidious" has dramatically declined in spambot usage. But I still get a few examples. 

- Hi Dear, are you actually visiting this web site regularly, if so afteward you will without a doubt obtain fastidious know-how. [Without a doubt]

And that's it for this month. Next time we'll neatly see what gardens have been seeded (if you know what I mean). Till then, keep using that quality based data to obtain fastidious know-how!

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