Ever go through your spam comments folder on your blog? If so, you must have a “Best of Spam” list—those messages so audacious or poorly written or inane that they invite a response, and yet how dare you? Any reaction at all is sure to invite more spam.
Today, I wrote this Skype message to okcforgottenman: (Remi is my alter-ego name. If you really want to be my friend, call me Remi!!!)
[9/24/17, 2:30:41 PM] Judy/Remi: I love it when I get spam that says my blog could use some fresh content— like I haven’t posted in the last five minutes. Who posts more posts a day than I DO? I am sometimes embarrassed at the number of posts I make. People must think I just sit around blogging all day and I have no life at all. Only way they know I do is that somehow I manage to have events to post about.
[9/24/17, 2:31:27 PM] Judy/Remi: People post a one-liner and get a million views. No one works harder for fewer views than I do!!!
[9/24/17, 2:32:29 PM] Judy/Remi: I quote : “I see your website needs some fresh articles. Writing manually takes a lot of time, but there is tool for this boring task, search for: XXXXXXX* tools for content.”
[9/24/17, 2:32:34 PM] Judy/Remi: (Expletive deleted) !!!
*(Site deleted—why give them free advertising?)
Do you have Spam you love to hate? If so, please share it.