2 May

I missed the boat on providing you with the quality content of at least two spam filter posts. I didn’t realize they were auto-deleted after a set amount of time, so when a funny one would come in I’d just leave it in the filter while deleting the rest. I checked in this morning and found all new messages–the old ones Iv’e saved were long gone. This next batch is so awesome it more than makes up for it.

I love indignant spam comments. They are so self-righteous and full of themselves. It’s cute. Here they are, questioning the source of the article at hand, in this case, in a post about my daughter. I guess the source for this post would be my vagina.

I am excited your whole one friend is going to read me now. Verily excited!


Thanks! I’m well known for my vulgarizing. All throughout grade school my teachers would write on my report card, “Good student! Quite vulgar.”

This comment was left on the post wherein I lamented that we put a man on the moon but cannot design a reasonably affordable hands-free breast pump. I don’t know if the comment was inentional or just moment of seredipity, but it sounds like he wants to be a part of the solution.

And finally, this last one adds injury to insult:

First of all, it’s disgusting that spammers troll family blogs looking to profit on someone else’s struggle and pain. Secondly, it’s nowhere near Christmas. And thirdly, I definitely don’t want to know about this fertility method if it thinks that people everywhere are regularly turned on by the Christmas season.

6 Responses to “Spamalot”

  1. cbeck May 2, 2011 at 12:14 pm #

    Quite funny! I used to make poetry out of my spam comments. Sadly they’re all lost, but there were some very good ones. Although it’s been a while, here is my stab at yours (hope you dont mind)

    Willingly I accept
    you know what it is
    i read online trash
    look forward to a break
    I want to die peacefully in my sleep,

    like my grandfather
    you’re a pretty good writer & vulgarizer.
    I know, that together
    we can come to a right answer
    facing issues and difficulties in concieving

    • LittleBig May 3, 2011 at 9:36 am #

      This is awesome. You’re hired!

  2. wishingforhorses May 3, 2011 at 12:27 pm #

    I have a spammer who quotes Rocky and Bullwinkle! Best part of my day.

  3. Windsor Grace May 4, 2011 at 2:41 pm #

    I like to publish spam like those. It makes me laugh. And I want to know the process of those guys. Christmas always makes me want to have kids, especially with all the screaming around Santa.

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