Tuesday, May 19, 2020

From The Spamfiles

Spam time, yo.

Sometimes spam comments really do make you feel better. I found you with the treasure I was looking for.

Look, it’s the local flirt. If I was to pick an emoji reaction for this it would be 😬

Frankly, even if it was from the real Federal Reserve Bank, I’d be noping out hard. I feel dirty even having it in my spam box.

Okay, there’s so much to enjoy here. First of all, “Good Morning My Dear”, such an excellent way to start what’s supposed to be an official notification. Next is the fact that they call it both a winning prize and an inheritance fund. Like, make up your mind! Third is just the fact that they make “overdue” into two words. I guess they don’t have a grammar check on their computers.

“respond to this offer”?!! Don’t you boss me!

Mrs. Mary Susan. Such a perfectly real name. Why, I know every member of the Susan family. At least, the Boston Susans. I know nothing of the Westchester Susans.


  1. Mrs. Mary Susan is a formidable fake name.

  2. Mrs. Susan Mary however is totally legit.
    All of my spam the past two months has been in Spanish...

  3. I'm a little confused by all the fruit emojis the Local Flirt is trying to tempt you with...

  4. One of my email addresses is now getting conservative newsletters. Like, surveys and donation requests from you know who. Makes me feel so dirty...

  5. Maybe it's supposed to be "over dew." No, I don't know what that means, but, then, it wouldn't make less sense in the overall scheme of spam.

  6. Yes, some of them can be totally hilarious!


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