Happy Spamintines Day!
Shut up. It might be a thing.
Life insurance spam has always intrigued me. It’s not much different from the casino spam, really. It wants money from you, promises a payout, and will absolutely not deliver should the time come.
I didn’t actually look at the message, but it’s safe to assume it’s a cancer widow. And it’s VERY VERY URGENT!!!
And the real root cause is hearing loss, obviously. Now make it go away! I’m sick of the constant beeping in my ears!
It’s kind of insulting when they don’t bother to make it look like a real email address. They’re not even trying!
This is… one of the weirder spambot followers I’ve had lately. Is that seriously a pregnant woman????? This raises all kinds of questions as to why, and I don’t want to know any of the answers.
Makes you wonder who's actually in the photo and do they know a spammer stole their image?ReplyDelete
I will celebrate Spamintines Day way before any other sort of -tines Day. (I may be just a touch cranky today...)ReplyDelete
Hey, at least you got something for Spamintine's Day and it lived up to its name. That's a win in my book.ReplyDelete
I'll just put it out there: if cancer widows really were dying of cancer, I would say, "good."ReplyDelete
Awwww...Spamintine's Day. I love it so much more than Valentine's Day. (Liz is not the only maybe cranky person today/yesterday).ReplyDelete
I think it's a real mark of their target audience when the spammers don't even have to try to make it look like a real email.