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The Best Spam Comments On My Blogs This Week – #3

The best spam comments left on my blogs this week.

I’ve actually made it to three installments, because the spam just keeps coming. Sometimes it’s hard to believe the stuff these people make up, but I’m seeing a variety of approaches the closer I look into it.

The spam void. Beware of looking too closely… you might fall in and never return. Anyway, here they are.

You want to what?

“Awesome issues here. I am very satisfied to
look your article. Thanks so much and I am having a look forward to touch you.
Will you please drop me a mail?”


Souper duper lacework.

“It’s souped up to understand the truths about lacework business.”

It might just be the combination of Google translate and a ripped off bit of text, but I appreciate the thought of someone getting truly revved about the secrets of tatting.

What? Seriously? An actual comment?

“This is truly useful, thanks.”

Hmmm. Deceptive.


These guys are getting deep now…

“Who dominates the truth, also dominates the internet market.”

Written in an almost scriptural tone.


Go on then…

As good as last week? Definitely creepier. Seen any good ones this week?

The Best Spam Comments On My Blogs This Week – #2

The silliest spam comments on my blogs this week.

Another week of pruning comments from my websites‘ spam filters. Not as good as the previous week, but good enough to make me want to do it again, so here goes.

Here are the gems that Akismet vacuumed up for me this week.

Let’s all sing together.

“As a choral musician myself, I can relate to Br. Mark’s comments. I never had the talent or discipline to be a soloist, but I’ve always loved choral singing. Currently, I sing first soprano with a 75-voice master chorale. The most important skill I’ve learned over my nearly 40 years of singing in choirs is to listen to those around me, to be a complement to the others, to not be a selfish singer of prideful arrogance about my own skill, but to be a generous member that can blend into the totality of the choral sound.”

Right before dropping in a link to knockoff Hermes bags.



“Spring lasagna??! Love this idea!”

I have never published a recipe.


I am not your cousin.

“I was suggested this web site by my cousin. I am not sure whether this post is written by him as nobody else know such detailed about my problem. You are wonderful! Thanks!”

I may well be wonderful, but I assure you that I am not your cousin.


It’s your thing

“No matter if some one searches for his necessary thing, so he/she wants to be available that in detail, thus that thing is maintained over here.”

Go on then…

You must have come across some spam clangers yourself. Any to share?

The Best Spam Comments On My Blogs This Week

The very best spam comments on my blogs this week.

I publish a number of websites, and this inevitably means pruning a lot of comments from my spam filters. Most are vile, if I’m honest, but some are silly enough to crack a smile.

Comment spam must be the bane of internet publishing, but it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere any time soon, so here are some gems that Akismet vacuumed up for me this week.

Marmot day.

“Tired of debts and loans? I’m tired of working for my uncle? Every weekday reminds you of marmot day?”

Well, I say… this one surprised me. I was genuinely wondering if I’d missed celebrating marmot day this year. This has got to be the best spam comment I’ve had so far, though – I gained an education about rodents and public holidays, which I certainly wouldn’t have gone in search of.

I wonder what this guy’s uncle’s business is about, though; if it’s not marmot wrangling, I’d be disappointed.


Whooo hoo!

“Whooo hoo! That is fantastic news!! THANK YOU for trying it and sharing this lovely review.”

It wasn’t a review post. But glad I got you excited.


Link exchange

“Link exchange is nothing else except it is only placing the other person’s website link on your page at suitable place and other person will also do same in support of you.”

This isn’t groundbreaking information, but the dude then proceeded to leave the longest list of links I’ve ever seen – all for prescription drugs. I put this comment in a suitable place on my site, of course: the bin.


Liposuction costs in case you lose your tough copy.

“You know about them as quickly as yet sent to you, an individual even have digital copies of everything in case you lose a tough copy.
You may choose liposuction costs them pertaining to your computer or phone, or to print them out.”

I can only imagine this is a product of Google Translate, but seeing how many spam comments are left in Cyrillic, I might be missing out on stacks of comedy gold… so thanks, weird spam dude, for attempting English.

Go on then…

You must have come across some spam clangers yourself. Any to share?

Even more spam – week #2