Spam and Eggs is a weekly roundup up of the more intelligible and humorous spam comments accumulated by my site.
Comment: “What are you going to do this Spring? It is here, finally :-). Hope winter was kind to you, mine was horrible. Winter here is touch and go. Anyway, last year I put on a new extension on my deck, screened it in I mean, It took me 3 days. I used a couple plans from this download. I don’t know if you do this sort of thing at all at home, your own handy work I mean, but if you do, this download has around 16k plans in it that are really simple to follow. Anyway, good to know you’re still doing well, hope to hear from you soon.
PS – Almost forgot to tell you the site address :-)” — Sent via the contact form
Oh, look at that, I forgot to pass along your spammy little link. (Spring? What spring? It’s already over eighty degrees in my house.)
Comment: “…..You are here – – Lady Raiders survive sloppy performance hold off Mercer……………….. .A pretty victory it was not but the Lady Raiders found a way to get it done against Mercer on Monday night at United Spirit Arena..Texas Techs Tilmila Martin 14 drives past the defense of Mercers Neicey Lewis 12 and Lindsey Lowrie 20 during their game Monday at United Spirit Arena in Lubbock. Merissa Ferguson Lubbock Avalanc Merissa Ferguson .A letdown after last Fridays road win at UCLA seemed possible but the Texas Tech womens basketball team held off Mercer 60-49 despite never really finding its rhythm..The Lady Raiders 10-1 were able to ice the game with some free throws in the final moments but at no point in the second half was the outcome a certainty.” — Re: Tales of the BossLady: Once More, With Feeling
I’m almost tempted to go around to various blogs posting “You are here” in the comments myself, creating existential headaches for everybody. Of course, women’s basketball is enough to do that too, probably.
Comment: “In addition Siberian tigers are poached or illegally hunted for their fur and for body parts that are used for traditional medicines. Many countries including the United States have created laws that outlaw the importation and selling of tiger parts.” — Re: Spam and Eggs: Fifteenth Course
I also find myself tempted to start randomly adding esoteric words to my posts in the hopes of attracting more informative spam like this. Would anyone care to offer some insights on, for example, how the Mopsitta genus of parrot became extinct?