Lately I am quite charmed by Spam.
Spam? How?! Yes, I am talking about Spam as we know it.* Those unwanted and annoying messages normally containing some kind of dubious publicity or offer sent to uncountable accounts. Also internet forums may suffer from it as messages are randomly posted over and over and over again. Blogs suffer from them too.
And that’s where the join comes in.
I started to be endeared by Spam (not in my e-mail account, I still hate those) because only recently those «comments» started decorating my blog.
Okay, I know it’s not a real comment. I am still waiting for that. But somehow some kind of matrix of an unhuman robot in the depths of the world wide web seems to consider this website as worth sending random and brainless mass mailing!
I honestly feel flattered about that. It feels like a success.
Considerably thrilling written content, penis enlargement and Açai Berries
So far I proudly collected two kind of Spam messages:
The first kind let me know in a few random messages that they consider my blog as «Fairly really great net-site. Fairly great in the route of go by way of and pretty considerably thrilling written content.» or «That is the very first time I frequented your web page and
thus far? I surpгised with the research you mɑde to create this actuаⅼ put uр extraordinary. Magnifiϲent proсess!» and the sorts.
And the second kind contains information and links to drugs stores selling viagra and penis enlargement techniques (I suppose from the messages, of course I never click on those suspicious links for real…), one in a foreign language I don’t understand at all but I think they’re selling either perfume, high-proof schnapps or soda, offering me credit cars, or a membership in an exclusive online casino, and most recently (my favourite) a message praising the merits of Açai Berries.
I know I don’t get the high quality Spam yet. The one that is actually in proper English, French or German, well constructed and somehow using smartly some key-words related to the content of an article.
It’s almost as if I’ve finally made it.
*PS: Off topic information you probably knew already but I like pointing it out anyway to make this article seeming well-researched and information providing.
So did you know that SPAM originally is a brand for cheap canned meat especially popular during Second World War and that Monty Python’s excessive use of the word Spam in one of their sketches ultimitavely lead to what we understand to be «Spam» today?