Tuesday, February 5, 2008

World of Spamcraft

As you know, email spam often amuses me (the Spam in a can I find even more amusing, and it's good to eat! Pan fried, on sandwiches with mustard, but I digress or regress or something). Anyway, take this inbox clogger which I received from Dr. Tracy Dawkins, Dr. Vilma Larsen, Dr. Marissa Mead, and whole bunch of other genuine, absolutely authentic, no foolin' doctors:


Use your chance to make your lady pleased!
But how to do this? It's simply!
Follow this link to learn more
[link used to be here]
Best regards and have an ardent nights


Use your chance to make your lady pleased? I'm guessing it's a website containing instructions on how to put your dirty socks and skivvies in the hamper, or maybe how to shut the hell up during a movie instead of yelling at the TV, or maaaaaybe it suggests stopping to ask for directions.

Nope, none of the above.

The key is that last line: Have an ardent nights. Apparently, my lady will be pleased to spend the night playing this game on line.

Uh, we're not having any of that, thank you very much.


  1. I, too, wish you an ardent nights. And should your recieve Viagra spam, may I recommend these tasty Viagra SPAM Recipes.

  2. Since I tend to be a bigger slob than my Smart Man, my lady-pleasing activities run more toward getting the 4 spare monitors out of the basement and into the recycle bin before critters start to nest in them.

  3. Vince, what amazes me, is the amount of effort somebody put into that.

    Janiece, hey, you never know when you might need a spare monitor or two or four.


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