Apr 032012
 

There is some amusing spam out there, that makes me smile. These ones are from people trying to write idiomatic English, but getting some of the words wrong, words that are synonyms in other contexts but not used in these. I also notice the trend away from extolling the virtues of whatever it is they’re peddling to bare-faced flattery with an embedded link.

Unquestionably believe that which you said. Your favourite justification appeared to be on the web the simplest factor to have in mind of. I say to you, I certainly get annoyed at the same time as other people think about issues that they just do not understand about. You managed to hit the nail upon the top and defined out the whole thing without having side-effects , folks can take a signal. Will likely be back to get more. Thank you

There are more, but that’s the pick of this week’s crop.

  2 Responses to “Amusing Spam”

  1. I’ve wondered whether such language came from running text back-and-forth through an online translator, to eliminate websearch for the original text.

  2. There was an article I read a few months ago that suggested people who send spam (referencing Nigeria in this case) deliberately misuse English to weed out all but the truly gullible – smart.

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