The spam just keeps on coming. I don’t think they realize how much I’m making fun of them.
Apparently I’m a “straight forward fellow” and “reliable to do business with”. She’s lucky I’m not trying to scam her into sending me money.
You might not be able to read it, but they say they’re going to pay me my “Winning Prize/inheritance fund”. Can something be both of those things? Like I won a lottery to get an inheritance? Or did I inherit a Winning Prize (must be capitalized)?
Send me a truck full, because I need them.
Ah, yes, I remember entering the Eighth Annual iTunes Festival/Lottery in London. It’s a pretty big deal.
I honestly can’t imagine a Major would call themselves a soldier and not an officer. Or that he’d be emailing me about an investment portfolio manager. That just seems like an inefficient way to do it.
Okay, can anyone figure out what this one is saying? Because I’m thinking someone just threw this into Google Translate and said “That’ll do”.
I think you can find the CBD Gummies on your own without having to be spammed to. At least around here, it's pretty easy to lay one's hands on that stuff. (There's a dispensary that's less than 5 min from my house.)ReplyDelete
Those mails / messages telling me I am a winner even while I haven't entered a contest, sounds absolutely hilarious to me!ReplyDelete
To the last one, or let's face it, all of them... I say, go to hell. Maybe stronger language, but it's your blog.ReplyDelete
That last one is basically saying whatever they've written to you about must be so compelling they can't believe you didn't reply! Maybe it was an even better deal on the CBD gummies...ReplyDelete