Saturday, December 01, 2007

spam continues to impress me

After reading Scott's hilarious blog entry about funny spam subject lines, I decided to check my spam folder to see what wonders lay within. After finding some amusing subject lines of my own (such as "Make your dik the envy of all your dudes in year 2008!"), I came across an interesting piece of spam that I suspect makes use of facebook or some other social networking site.

Why do I say this? The spam included the names of two people that I knew. The spam was sent from an account with the name Hande, which isn't really a common name. The subject line also had the name Manisha, also not the most common name (though admittedly more common than Hande).

So what were they trying to sell me? I have no idea. YOU tell ME.

Try no sometimes both form enough sea ways. Name to far or too good never white of do. Three go again very his as times only.

Few few why came hear way what hard because set. Him most sentence water last then. Thought now so need of because below.

Three and began of sometimes enough why some. Means animals together called off often with animals near told. Do look land father. Them of life them land many himself come.


Try no sometimes both form enough sea ways.
Name to far or too good never white of do.
Three go again very his as times only.

Few few why came hear way what hard because set.
Him most sentence water last then.
Thought now so need of because below.

Three and began of sometimes enough why some.
Means animals together called off often with animals near told.
Do look land father.
Them of life them land many himself come.


2 comments:

David Drotos said...

Paul, enjoy your blog. I am always in wonder over email solicitations....can't imagine the authors are doing any sort of tracking analysis on CTR, bounce back etc. Guess that't not hte point when you can't spell dick correctly!

I found this story on a Microsoft's northpolelive amusing:

http://www.kirotv.com/news/14784354/detail.html

BTW, I live in Nashville now. Have been here since June....finally escaped the vortex...

David Drotos
ddrotos@bellsouth.net

scott said...

I think it was selling an Engrish poetry book.