Donna Everhart

World Of Spam

Having a blog inevitably means having to clean out spam.  Just this morning I spent about fifteen minutes deleting crazy comments.  I hadn’t done it in a while so I had well over 100.  Some made me laugh and I thought I’d share a few of the best ones.

Yeah, yeah, I know.  What is there to write about when your brain is fried?  I guess Spam.  Here they are:

  • The prominent Cοnfucius said each and eѵery time you open a book, you learn something.  If you exchange thе word “book” with “post”, then this blog is the same – each and every time I open it , it teaches me something…

I guess I should be flattered.  Except it came from a site called sex-fetish blog spot.  Uh, okay.

  •   Wow. Fascinating viewpoint. I liked how you covered this matter….
    A couple of points I dont accept but hello… thats a different
    outlook. I’m super-keen to examine the next post.
    Is it possible to make the next one more comprehensive?
    Thanks 🙂

And then…

  • Wow. Fascinating point of view. I enjoyed how you protected this issue….A couple issues I dont accept but hi… thats a different viewpoint.

    I’m super keen to read the next post. Can you make the next one more thorough?
    Thanks 🙂

Yeah.  Almost the same exact comment.  I think they mean to say “but hey, that’s a different viewpoint.  (Hi?  Hello?)

  • 1 oz pineapple juice

They forgot the splash of vodka, which I need about right now.

  • What if I can’t make the April 15 IRS deadline to file my taxes?

IDK.  I could possibly write a story for you explaining to the IRS why?

  • Scallops and Cheddar Grits with Chorizo

To go with my splash of vodka and 1 oz of pineapple juice?

  • Undeniably believe that that you stated. Your favourite reason appeared to
    be at the web the simplest thing to understand of.
    I say to you, I definitely get irked even as folks consider issues that they plainly
    don’t realize about. You controlled to hit the nail upon the highest and also outlined out the whole thing with no need side-effects ,
    people can take a signal. Will likely be again to get more.Thanks

That person has had at least 100 oz of pineapple juice and 10,000 splashes of vodka.

  • BUGSY replies: “So did the CBO so your point is?”

Al Capone:  My point is, who is the CBO and why do I care?

  • look at spelling on quite a few of your posts. Several of them are rife with spelling issues and I in finding it very bothersome to tell reality on the other hand I surely come back again.

Oh, please do.  Can’t wait.  Really.

Quite a few more were jibberish, or strange symbols, no words.  I have to say WordPress does a great job capturing Spam.  They store it separately and you have the option of categorizing it as spam or not, and then deleting it permanently.

Well, that was fun.  Back to work!

12 thoughts on “World Of Spam”

  1. Ha! These crack me up. I love how ass-kissy the spammers are—except that last one. No need to get nasty before we’ve had our vodka, is there?

    1. No kidding. I actually looked at the stupid post, thinking I really misspelled something! If they knew…they could have said, “Ha! Made you look.”

  2. Haha! These are always great! Half the time they don’t even sound like they speak the language! I always mark receive comments in email for blogs I post on, so I see these spam comments when they come up. Too funny.

    1. I think they might use some sort of “whatever” to English converter? IDK. Still funny – long as it’s harmless!

  3. I always glance through my spam, to make sure something legitimate didn’t get caught instead. Some of the spam comments are just so darn nice! Sometimes there’s “short story” word-salad spam, and that’s a lot of fun.

    1. I do that too, which is how I end up reading them. I’d rather take the time, and not miss out on something valid…but, let me tell you, some of them are C.R.A.Z.Y.

      1. We are channeling the same thoughts…b/c I’ve thought of doing that with what looks like Chinese characters! But they can be so loooooonnnnggg…and I’m sort of paranoid.

  4. Ha. You can always find some gems among spam. And occasionally you find genuine comments; I always make it a point to check out my queues!

  5. An old blog I kept would get 2,000 spam comments EVERY DAY! I spent a lot of time just deleting it. Eventually my tech monkeys upgraded the program or set up a spam blocker or said the proper incantations. On my writing blog I get a couple spam comments each day — much more manageable. I never read them.

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