The best spam of the week…


I like answering the comments in my spam folder. I don’t know why, I just do. This week, I got two spam comments that are suspiciously alike, yet from two different people… or robots… or automated programs… wherever the hell spam comes from.

Spam 1: Asking questions are in fact nice thing if you are not understanding anything entirely, except this paragraph offers fastidious understanding even.

Spam 2: Asking questions are actually nice thing if you are not understanding anything totally, but this post presents good understanding yet.

So, it would seem that computer spam… like the real Spam… is made up of questionable material, and, like the meaty snack food, computer spam uses recycled parts that probably shouldn’t be used. Are robots or programs actually generating the words that make up the spam? I leave that for you to decide… because I am a computer moron. I haven’t even figured out what the purpose of spam is, exactly.

I am still going to respond to these, but I can do it with one reply:

Thank you for the kind words, both of you. I didn’t really ask any questions in either of the posts that you commented on, but I do try very hard to present and offer good and fastidious understandings. It seems the least I can do. Please keep up the good work, because making comments are actually and in fact, nice things, even if you aren’t human, totally or entirely, and presents and offers fastidious and good human-like interaction even, yet.


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8 Responses to The best spam of the week…

  1. Al says:

    I like you blog. Have you consider making money. I particular like the one you said about the thing with the bottle monkey. Please visit my page (incidentally, I did put the web address as but that went to a website offering me the domain for it)

  2. Lucy Brazier says:

    It’s the fastidious understandings that keep me coming back.

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