More “Spamples”

Back in 2012, I shared some comments from my Spam folder. Some were crafted to sound almost like they were from a real person. Others were hilariously obvious robot comments. I notice a pattern: they use flattery and offers of help (or promises to subscribe) to entice me to click on their websites.

It’s not all that “glorious”


No, thanks.

Here, then, is a sampling of recent spam comments… or, as I like to call them, “Spamples.” I have not edited these in any way. Enjoy!

1. From the “Look Who’s Talking” Department:

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2. This one wins the “Word Salad” award:

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3. Random, irrelevant mention of “brussels”:

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your writing. Cheers!

3A. Then, on a completely different post, from a completely unrelated commenter (wink, wink):

Hi there, just became alert to your blog through Google, and found
that it is truly informative. I am gonna watch out for brussels.
I’ll be grateful if you continue this in future. A lot of people will be benefited
from your writing. Cheers!

4. Speaking of irrelevance, this comment on a post about my dad’s WWII service (and note, I’ve never used AOL):

hi!,I ⅼike your writing so much! share we keеp uρ
a correѕpondence extra abօut your article on AOL? I require an expert on this house
to unravel my problem. MayЬe that’s you! Having a
look ahead to peer you.

As near as I can figure, the robots don’t use keywords…..

Thanks for reading!
Jan

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About Janice C. Johnson

Welcome! If you like food, reading, laughing over life's little disasters, and maybe thinking about the bigger things of life, you have come to the right place. Besides blogging, I write humorous fiction, though real life tends to leave fictional humor in the shade. But I'm not a total goofball. No, really. I'm also working on a biography project. I live in North Texas with my husband, Brent. We enjoy bicycling, Mexican food, and traveling to visit our kids and grandkids.
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2 Responses to More “Spamples”

  1. Steve Miller says:

    You’re so fortunate to have some entertainment. The only messages that get through my filters are Russian robots posing as lonely Russian women.

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  2. “Spamples.” Love it!

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