Spam of the week

I long ago stopped being excited that people were trying to spam this website (on the basis that it meant that somebody was paying attention to it), and nowadays it just annoys me. However, once in a while I receive a gem. This is such a gem:

From: gadodreassy
Date: 15 August 2007

hallo everybody users of site dysphoria.net I not so a long ago settled in Olivia and so, that I divided with dear a man, Pepper- David/Joanneson, and now try to find him, last that I know so it that he lives in citi, and often visits the resources of type your dysphoria.net, names on itself Janeporkon, if suddenly will see this nik write that this man wrote me . I very much I strongly test a boredom without socializing with this man.To reason wanted poblagodarit’ to the team of developments and web masters your resource. So to hold boys. Only little request of,sdelayte prepotent spam filter* and little by little begin ustavat’ from every there Viagra cowboy indian costumes http://XXXXXXXXX/baseball-player-costumes.html = > baseball player costumesstupid iq test

I think you will agree that it is less a work of spam; more a work of art. It’s a Finnegan’s Wake for the electronic generation (albeit shorter).

I have of course neutered the links, but I think you will agree that the raw potency of the language stands alone, a testament to dogged determination, Genuine College Degrees and impotence medication; a sign that Man’s need to market will always win out over technology, functional illiteracy and, let’s face it, manners.

I am, and remain, in awe.

* Delayte my potent spam filter? Not on your Nelly.

One thought on “Spam of the week

  1. John

    lol…what the heck is that? What looked like a genuine interest to locate someone or exchange infomation turned into a sputtering of advertisment. And what is it? Viagra or baseball costumes? Um, fail. But by the time I got to the link I was almost in tears of laughter.

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