spinthemoon (spinthemoon) wrote,
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But it isn't quite the same

For a while, I was getting spam email with randomly generated subject lines. They always amused me. How can you not smile at a line like Happiness safety lockjaw multitude? But apparently that spam trick is old hat, and now most of my spam has boring subjects like Hey or RE: interesting.

It's gotten so bad that I hardly ever check my bulk mail folder, where most of my spam gets directed. But tonight I noticed it had over 600 messages, so I thought I'd take a peek. And I did find some fun subject lines, though nothing as good as the randomly generated ones.

I'm not exactly sure what Do you desire to sense crack next morning tim means, but I am sure I don't want to know.

I got kind of excited when I saw Supple and dissolvable lozenges for literal somebody  - could this be a return to my beloved randomness? Alas, a few messages down was Pliant and dissolvable pills for genuine fellows. Obviously, someone was playing Fun With Literal Translations.

I was curious about this is the best follow,  Jodi bolivia and same wine the procurator, but not curious enough to open the messages.

Mortages and home loans are big right now, so I had several messages about going into major debt opportunities. I thought You can suck money out of your crappy house was about as direct as you could get, until I saw owning a nice home will get you chics. Now there's a sales pitch. Anyone who needs to fork over a hundred thousand smackeroos to get girls would probably be better off cutting out the middleman and just hiring girls directly.

And I'm still trying to figure out the target audience for morrtrtagess for losers. Losers? Or Losers who can't spell?

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