02 November 2010

Oh, those anonymous commenters...

If you're anti-spam too, feel free to use this! :)
...they crack me up.

Want to see my two most recent spammers' comments? This is really hilarious, folks.

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Oh my goodness... how obvious that this comment is spam! If this person were a true reader, they'd know that it's terribly hard for me to NOT change the look every week or so! Marking as Spam.

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I *think* this person is trying to sell my sports shoes. But the mis-translation is so hilarious, I can't figure it out! Let's look at some of the best phrases...
makes it look like a cobweb of some kidney
I can walk along the pontoon or coast area in gladden
it's a colossal fit
those not ring true jest shoes an eye
Ohhh goodness.

Come on people, if you're going to spam, at least do it right!

Who else has interesting spammer stories? Comment and I'll feature the best ones!

21 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness! Some people are *quite* strange. I found a really short spam comment on my blog one day... Here it is:

    Greetings, my dear friends. What a lovely blog you have and how I hope you enjoy your blogalicious blogging of Blogger. My blog is blog-friendly, so I'd love it if you bloghopped over to my blog. Blogtastic Blogger is so very blogish, don't you think? BLOGS are awesome!

    It was by some person called Frank. I think he was advertising his blog, but I can't be sure. *Spam*

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  2. LOL! Those are hilarious. I had a verrrrrry bad spammer about a month ago, and they wouldn't stop swearing at me/my blog >:( But I finally got rid of them. Still never figured out who it was...

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  3. Oh spam, I hate you so! I used to get it ALL THE TIME. Every day in fact. That's when I decided to put word verification on my blog, and it's the best thing I ever did. No spam after that. Well, I kept getting spams, and one always made me laugh. Besides the fact that most of my spams were from other countries and I couldn't understand it at all, this is the spam I got the most...

    Are you a grown man over the age of __ (has age their)? Do you feel like you're losing what you used to have? Well try viagra!

    It was weird, because I'm not a grown man over so and so, and it was a WARRIOR CAT CLAN blog! Well, I kept getting spam like that.

    Oh, you silly spammers.

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  4. I'm not sure I have a good story but I've gotten the exact same first spam message a few times. Or I get ones like "this really helped with my lesson in school." I look at the post they commented on and it wasn't a tutorial, just a picture. I'm like...at least comment on one of my tutorials so it looks legit!

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  5. Before I added the little word box that helps stop spammers, I got a few that were in Korean or Japanese or Chinese.. I really can't tell the different between the letters and such... It was really weird.

    Not super funny though...

    By the way! Thanks for my new blog look! It looks amazing! :D

    ~Rachel

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  6. I think your blog is really nice but u should b a little more silly. Your posts are very boring.

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  7. Okay, I won't lie! I was kidding you, Olive Tree, that 'Anonymous' comment was by me, Kendra Lynne. I hope you had a good laugh.

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  8. OMG this is just hilarious! I get those too LOL

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  9. In a crazy way, count yourself lucky to get spam--clearly people think you're high falutin' enough to warrant their spam! I've never received any spam comments but I have received some mean ones.
    ~Libby

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  10. I don't get spam, but I do get a lot of hate comments from anonymous people. I try to ignore them but it gets hard.

    Peace,
    [Laurea]

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  11. That is so funny and yes I get so many daily as well and they usually have to do with nude women on the beach ugh play thanks LOL..

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  12. oh, spammers.

    one upon a time, i had an italian lover. he commented on my blog like so :

    "hi i dont have america friend. i want to know you. i see you write. i love you. please good day!"

    i was utterly freaked out at the time, but now i wish i had responded. how many people have lovers from italy? & by looking at his blog, he was an artist too. shucks.

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  13. I've gotten some spammers advertising things to sell before. And I've also gotten funny email spam, like "You have won the tobacco prize" What??!! As if! and like, "You have inherited a million dollars" Huh? They say things like, "I know I don't know you, but I felt very storngly to give this inheritance to you". LOL!

    Love, Abbie =D

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  14. I've gotten:

    "Oh you like have throat sore? Me like chinese medicine tea you try some"

    And some guy with 5000 followers asking me to come follow his blog.


    Oh yes, and my favorite:

    I had posted a picture of a model wearing an outfit of a dress I adored, and some guy commented and said

    "You very beautiful, you like to buy my necklace?"

    I HATE SPAMMERS!

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  15. Brooke! I think the same guy commented on my clan!!! It was the exact situation! lol

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  16. When I was having nominations for my Blog Awards I discovered that almost half the nominations had been marked as SPAM BY BLOGGER!!!!!!!!!
    I was so mad!
    ;)

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  17. Oh my gosh that is crazy! I didn't even finish the second one. That was agony trying to read lol. I haven't ever gotten any of these. I just get the Chinese ones but they immediately go to spam.

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