Discussion: Fun with Spam

I love Askimet for filtering out the spam comments, but I still go through it to make sure legit comments don’t get put there (which is happening A LOT lately). Here are a few spam comments that made me laugh. I edited out their spammy links.

The next time I read a weblog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I imply, I know it was my option to learn, however I really thought youd have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you could fix in the event you werent too busy searching for attention.

So sorry to disappoint you, Mr. Spammer.

I blieve evedything posted was actually very reasonable.
But, think about this, what if you added a little information?
I ain’t saying your information is nott good.,
however what if you aadded a title that grabbed people’s attention?
I mean Throwback Thursday: Retro Reads: The Girls of Canby
Hall #2: Our Roommate is Missing | Rather Be Reading YARather Be Reading
YA is kinda boring. You might glance at Yahoo’s front page and note
how they create article headlines to get people to open the links.
You might try adding a video oor a related picture or two to get
readeers excited about everything’ve written. In my opinion,
it would bring your posts a little livelier.

Spellcheck, spammer. SPELL. CHECK.

I drop a comment when I especially enjoy a article on a site or if I have something to contribute to the conversation.
Usually it is triggered by the fire displayed in the article I
browsed. And after this post Waiting on Wednesday: Frozen | Rather Be Reading YA.

I was excited enough to drop a leave a responsea response :
-P I do have some questions for you if it’s allright. Could it be
only me or do a few of the responses come across as if they are written
by brain dead people? 😛

Insulting my commenters now, are we?

If the Bible has taught us nothing else — and it hasn’t — it’s that girls should stick to girl sports, such as hot oil wrestling, foxy boxing, and such and such.

I…don’t even know how to respond to that one.

Do you ever go through your spam? Are some of yours as funny as these?

Comments

  1. Sorry spammer, I’m sticking with Taekwondo. I’m not skilled enough for hot oil wrestling and foxy boxing. It’s really quite sad.

    “Could it be only me or do a few of the responses come across as if they are written by brain dead people?” <— Nah, everyone is pretty intelligent here… It's just that you, spammer, are such of a genius that everyone *seems* brain-dead.
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  2. hahaha..these are hilarious!
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  3. Lol. Thanks for the laugh :DDD *goes to check that she is not a spammer*
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  4. Hmm, looks like the spam comments are making a progress. The last time I encountered issue like this, you will totally ignore it and won’t bother reading it. Now, they looks so funny to read. I don’t get much spam for now because my blog is quite new
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    • A lot of the spam I get is in other languages. I get French and Chinese quite a bit. I don’t speak or read either. It took me a little while before the spammers found me. Now it goes in waves. Some weeks I get hundreds. Some I get less. I try to keep up with it so I don’t have to wade through too much at once, but sometimes I forget.
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  5. ha ha ha, excellent, love it.
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