Spam

The bizarre world of SPAM


When you blog, getting SPAM comments is an occupational hazard.  In a way, it’s almost a badge of honour; the more SPAM you receive, the more your blog is obviously getting noticed.

Usually, it’s from people telling me how I can monetise my content, but today I received this belter:

Spam

The post in question that the individual attempted to comment on was this one. What I found particularly amusing was the fact that, aside from it featuring a photo of Pencaitland Church Steeple, if you don’t include the title, this “great read” contains a grand total of a whopping two words. I am not expecting any imminent offers for the film rights.

Some people are very easily satisfied I guess.

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