Wednesday, September 23, 2009

This is some epic spam right here, folks...

Although I love to mock the spammy items that feature a bunch of grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, and punctuation problems, sometimes the funniest kinds of spam are the ones that include very few mechanical errors, yet still make you shake your head multiple times, muttering "WTF?" under your breath. Like this one:



Sir and Lady? There's just a lady here, thankyouverymuch.

"Yours members"? No, dude, this isn't the day for Hump Day Grammar.

Also, this is not really an original initiative--I've gotten plenty of spam before. But the writing in this piece of spam? Yeah, it's kind of...original. And that's putting it nicely.

What the hell is "a hold project"?

I don't want to read news of this person's evolution unless she's going to do something crazy like randomly sprout fins or some other fun, additional appendage.

"Advices and supports"? Wonderful. I've always wanted to see what happens when I combine decent (although improperly pluralized) suggestions and jockstraps. Sounds like fun!

I think Red Pen, Inc. is good, so I'm communicating the information right here.

"Sorry for my bad English." Ooh, this is a first. Nobody ever actually apologizes for their grammatical infractions. Grammar offenders are usually so rude. At least this spam-writer made an attempt at being polite. Not that his politeness excuses him for all this nonsensical writing, of course...

2 comments:

LadyStyx said...

ow... make it stop! My poor eyes.

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

LOL! I'm surprised you haven't gone blind yet from reading my site, what with all the errors and all...