Remember how I told you I enjoy reading occasional spam comments, mostly because I don’t get many other comments, but also because they are truly entertaining in their absurdity.
Here’s a rather sentimental spam comment I got.
It reads: ‘I am continuously searching online for ideas that can benefit me.’ Not sure how I play into this picture but good luck, spam comment. I wish for thee to find all thee seeks. On another thought, it seems to be really egocentric in looking for personal benefit only. Whatever happened to the greater good of humanity? I suggest you go and rethink your life values, spam comment.
And then this morning, I got 6 comments from the same source. So, I now officially have my own spam comment stalker, which in my book sort of equates to being famous. They’re all coming from a dating site (naturally), called Plenty of Fish. And I have mixed feelings about this name, somehow it makes me think of the story with Jesus and how he turned two fish into plenty of fish to feed a large crowd. Maybe it’s a Christian dating site, and that would make sense then.
So the first comment reads: ‘Hi there to all, how is the whole thing, I think everyone is getting more from this web site’. The greeting, addressed to all, thinks there is a lot of me. The joke’s on you, spam comment, there is only one of me. In case you were thinking you’re getting less from this website, think no more because according to that ‘everyone is getting more’. What exactly are you getting more of? It’s not clear, but think of it as more is always better than less. Unless it’s pimples, then it’s totally growth.
Second comment reads: ‘I really like your blog.. very nice colors & theme.’ What can I say, this spam comment knows how to compliment a girl. On the contrary, in case you were thinking how clumsy my website design looks…well, there is only so much Youtube can teach you.
Third comment: ‘Hurrah! At last I got a blog from where I know how to genuinely obtain helpful facts concerning my study and knowledge’. Ummm….what? Even I wouldn’t go as far and say anything I provide here in genuinely helpful, and whatever your study, it’s definitely not going turn out well.
Fourth comment: ‘It’s great that you are getting ideas from this piece of writing as well as from our dialogue made at this place.’ So apparently by this point we have met and made a dialogue. I wander what else we made together, Christian dating website.
Fifth comment: ‘Woah! I’m really loving the template/theme of this blog. It’s simple, yet effective. I must say you’ve done an awesome job with this. Also, the blog loads super-fast.’ OK what’s with the whole design flattering thing, not a word about how great the content of my site is (not helpful, just great in general (added my polite inner voice)). I mean, I put in a reasonable amount of time not working during my work day to write this stuff. I demand respect.
Sixth comment: ‘I will bookmark your blog and take a look at once more right here frequently. I’m fairly sure I’ll be informed many new stuff proper right here!’
Looks like somebody got drunky pants, and stopped making coherent sense.
You’ve let me down, spam comment, our relationship must end here.