From the Depths of the Bizarro Spam File – Part II

From the Depths of the Bizarro Spam File – Part II

From the Depths of the Bizarro Spam File – Part II


Holy cow, but my spam file has been mighty active lately!

I have to look through it from time-to-time to rescue legitimate comments from some of my favorite people.

Many of the comments I’ve sifted through lately were silly or completely perverted and obviously junk, but I have to assume that others, like perhaps the ones below, are totallly legit.

Wouldn’t you agree?


On my Cheesy Sourdough Bread bowl post, a commenter who simply goes by the name of “Sex” shares an authoritative-sounding message, but about what, I haven’t a clue:

We have to have a different perception to view what is causing our stuckness. Bird design tattoos have always sparked a concern among tattoo enthusiasts and why not. That is why ladies are mostly interested in choosing this form of design because with the birds’ fascinating characteristics.






Naveen writes on my post about Jeremy the snake:

Oh Pops! This is a feast for my eyeballs! Wow! All such BEAUTIFUL cards and GORGEOUS to look at! I love all the crolos, an ohhhh the glitter, the beautiful papers, and your colouring is WONDERFULLY FABULOUS!! I love them ALL!!! Big Hugs to you Sweetheart!

He, um, does realize I was writing about a garter snake, right?





Helain Keeling, apparently questioning her brother’s intuition, writes:

My brother suggested I would possibly like this web site. He used to be entirely right. This post truly made my day. You cann’t imagine just how a lot time I had spent for this information! Thank you!

You’re welcome?



While a reader who goes by the name of “Skin cream” and who has an odd sense of timing coupled with severe ADD inquires on my grape salad post:

When was the last time you made a paper snowflake?

It seems she perpetually lags half a year behind. At the moment, she’s most likely preparing to dye Easter eggs. Perhaps with snowflake designs.





I was enchanted to have heard from a long-lost, grammatically-challenged family member I never even knew I had, David Rohl. He writes:

Hi my loved one! I wish to says that post is awesome, great written and include approximately all important infos. I’d like to look more posts like this .



Aki Musifa, not one to beat around the bush, has apparently had enough of my sloth. He boldly writes:

Hi admin, i see your site needs fresh posts.Daily updates will rank your website in google higher, content is king nowadays. If you are to lazy to write unique posts everyday you should search in google for: Aghtseti’s Essential Tool





While a commenter named “Cocktail dresses with sleeves” beats around the bush a little before coming out and acknowledging my general awesomeness:

I used to be suggested this website by means of my cousin. I am no longer sure whether or not this post is written via him as nobody else understand such specified about my trouble. You are wonderful! Thanks!



And “tableky na erekcu” who has evidently spent way too much time in hookah bars lately shares, with an air of peace and brotherhood:

What a stuff of un-ambiguity and preserveness of precious experience concerning unpredicted feelings.

Totally. Peace out, dude!




Sometimes a trip to the spam file can be a bit unravelling.

But other times, like today, it makes me feel so very good about my sanity, strictly in a relative sense of course.

I hope this insider’s view will do the same for you.

If not, please just step away quietly.


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Hi! My name is Becky. I’m a mom, a wife, a friend, a writer, and a compulsive thinker. Don't invite me to a spa or to shop the day away, but rather, make me laugh, engage me in interesting conversation, play a game with me, or give me a cappuccino and homemade vanilla bean flan and I’m yours ‘til the cows come home.

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