In particular what I want to show you is the latest “trend” in spam I’ve been receiving. Check it out…
The sender’s name is fairly odd, and the subject line is a big old red flag: the enlargement of an organ I don’t possess. The preview of the message contents is the real gem, though. It’s like someone put a sentence through a translator two or three times to drain it of all coherence. Clicking on the message does not yield more spammy nonsense but a broken image (thanks to Google’s spam blockers, of course). Too bad because I’d like to know where some of these sentences are going.
And I just
Oh, look! One for watches!
I’ll be up all night wondering what Jenna and the table found so funny.
The sentences make no sense at all.ReplyDelete
What ironic is I do have that organ but I never get those emails. Should I feel good about that?
The new, new trend, evidently, is Ebola cures.ReplyDelete
Yes, those sentences make no sense whatsoever.ReplyDelete
For a long while I was getting a deluge of ambien spam.
I am still baffled about who actually responds to these emails.ReplyDelete
I'm with Dianne. Apparently someone does respond, or else why would they keep sending them out, but... *scratches head*ReplyDelete
I keep getting these spam messages too. Plus ones about how to make my life happiness.....ReplyDelete