It kind of feels like I just had a spam post…well, we’re doing it again!
Another widow wants to give me her money! I don’t know why gmail thinks this woman wants to steal my personal information. Widows give away their money to random strangers all the time.
Wait a minute. This guy isn’t a widow. I’m immediately suspicious.
A nimble sex request. You definitely don’t want to do it unnimble.
I’m always getting spam from this “Fingerhut” place, but I honestly never knew that it had anything to do with credit. I mean, when you hear “fingerhut” credit isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Or the fifth. Or the hundredth.
There’s a lot to love about this one, and I’m not talking about puppies. Mrs Maria Roy is an Cardiologist by prefession. This is gold. Pure gold.
I'm curious about the nimble sex. Is it quick? Is there jumping involved?ReplyDelete
I love how the widow knows you're already blessed.ReplyDelete
What if you weren't?
Classic spam and scam tell-tales. I've got one coming up in a few days, but it deals with neighbourhood flyer spam.ReplyDelete
Is it the sex that's nimble?ReplyDelete
Or the request?
I wish they'd be more clear!
Fingerhut sells stuff, I believe. I got one of their catalogs once. I think.ReplyDelete
Did you see the Ted talk with the guy who actually responded to one of these emails? Something about gold. https://www.ted.com/talks/james_veitch_this_is_what_happens_when_you_reply_to_spam_email?language=en
I can't believe you didn't take the 5 million. What about the widows and orphans you didn't help?ReplyDelete
You know, the only spam I get is typically for things my son snuck onto my computer and signed up for. *sigh* Kids, eh?ReplyDelete
People will come up with anything for a reply back or a click on their link.ReplyDelete