Sometimes, spam comments looks genuine; at first glances, I thought this was:
My brother suggested I would possibly like this web site.
He used to be entirely right. This put up actually made
my day. You cann’t believe just how a lot time I had spent for this info!
Then I thought about it: her brother used to be entirely right? I has brothers. I don’t thinks so….
It’s definitely spam; or the author is an only child and wishing it ain’t so.
On a seriously note, I heard that the illiterate emails we is getting in our inboxers are deliberate: nasty spammers want to weed out the intelligent and/or persons what can spell, becAuse they are less likely to be gullible and therefore taken in buy iritating emails.
Does you like how I am writings in the style of spam? It’s very pleasance.
I was going to asks you all to do similar or the sames in your comments, but yours proberly ennd up in my spam filter.
By the way, the title refers to a family story going back about six years. My nephew and niece were staying with us for a couple of weeks and I made lunch. Much hilarity ensued because I squirted a bottle of tomato sauce from directly over the top of a sandwich and still managed to miss. Such are my cooking skills.
Nephew & Nice sat down with their sandwiches and Spud and Wary Boy were given theirs. One of the boys smelled it and said, ‘I think this ham is off.’
You know how in The Night Before Christmas visions of sugar plums danced in their heads? Well, visions of vomiting children for whom I was temporarily responsible danced in mine and I ran into the other room screaming, ‘Don’t eat the ham! Don’t eat the ham!’
Nowadays, if I ever say the word ‘ham’, everyone in the room yells at me, ‘Don’t eat the ham! Don’t eat the ham!’
My mistake, of course, was not to give food poisoning to my own children. They wouldn’t have laughed at me then. Ah well, we mothers can’t get everything right.