Today's favorite spam email subject line:
"Thanks, a girl to be yours in here found!"
Yoda, the spammer, the Jedi have indeed fallen on hard times.
Saturday, September 29, 2007
Help you, I will
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Hee! I was bragging to a friend how many Russian girls wanted to meet me. He pointed out that maybe I should let them know that women aren't allowed to marry each other here in the US. That might dampen thier enthusiasm. ;)ReplyDelete
I don't get a lot of Russian girls, I do get "Hotties" in my town who want to meet me (I'm apparently very popular with the hometown hotties). Lately I've been getting stock tips and offers for discount Rolex watch knockoffs.ReplyDelete
90% of my spam contains offers to enhance my non-existent penis. I guess because my non-existent penis isn't long enough for me to attract the "Hotties."ReplyDelete
I'm so ashamed.
Yep, I get the "add three inches to your manhood" spams every once in a while. "Not a pump or suction device. Safe, effective, guaranteed."ReplyDelete
Guaranteed? Hmmm, would you have to prove length before application of the product? And then length after? To prove your claim? How does that work? Pictures? Measurements certified by notary public? Letter from the wife? What?