Spammity Spam IV – I got an edginess over that


I held spambot krankenversicherung prisoner on my web site until he made his suggestion, but he was still unsure about it:

I just could not depart your web site before suggesting that I really loved the usual information a person provide to your visitors? Is gonna be back regularly in order to investigate cross-check new posts

If I ever get a German Shepherd, I think I’ll name him Krankenversicherung. Krankie for short.

Also, it appears that I am too complex and extremely broad for dogs101, though I make being so seem easy. If he comes back, I’ll see if I can buy a German Shepherd from him. But only if he stops calling me “broad.” There are a number of ways to interpret that adjective applied to a person, and none of them are polite.

You actually make it seem really easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be really one thing which I think I might never understand. It kind of feels too complex and extremely broad for me. I’m taking a look ahead for your next put up, I will try to get the cling of it!

I initially read “cling of” as Klingon, which only led to more disappointment.

This presumably-single Southern spambot, divorceingeorgia, apparently thinks I run a webcomic, though how she can tell when her own English reads like that, I dunno. It’s probably because she’s so ill, doubtless.

I loved as much as you’ll receive carried out right here. The comic strip is attractive, your authored material stylish. however, you command get got an edginess over that you wish be handing over the following. sick without a doubt come more previously once more since exactly the similar nearly very regularly inside of case you shield this increase.

Wait a sec…who would marry a spambot in the first place?

Inner Self: “Someone stupid enough to name a German Shepherd anything reminiscent of anger or a bad temper.”

Hm…beagle it is, then.

…still named Krankie.

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14 thoughts on “Spammity Spam IV – I got an edginess over that”

  1. Wow. Our spam is never this interesting. Usually it’s just links to things being sold.

    But I agree your posts are complex, in a good way. I wouldn’t say broad, though. You seem to pick very specific topics! Mabye you should work on VERY close readings and see if dogs101 is pleased.

    1. I delete a lot of boring ones before I find the gems, but they seem to keep coming.

      Specificity is usually more interesting, in my book. ‘-) And, despite it taking more thought-work, can actually be easier to write about.

  2. I receive similarly interesting spam. I always smile because the command of the English language and the relationship between post and comment are so “curious.” One of the blogs that I followed for a while actually kept responding to the spam as if it were real comments. I never quite understood how come she didn’t get that it was spam. Still shaking my head over that one, , ,

    1. One of the earliest spam comments had me a bit confused, too, because the link was to another blog rather than some obviously commercial site. But it became pretty clear that there was no intelligent mind behind it, and the blog itself was sort of a spam-blog with no real purpose to it that I could divine.

  3. Getting the cling of it is so nearly a meaningful phrase, I all but want to use it. The related imagery is a little too offputting, though.

  4. You must find yourself a dog to name Krankie before you forget.

    I am also disappointing that no Klingons are involved. I imagine they would know exactly what to do with spam-bots!

    You are getting some hilarious spam bots! On that note, I am hopefully unspammified now…

    1. You’re fine from my blog’s perspective! Probably was some hiccup in the recent WP updates.

      Actually, its Krankenversicherung that has the real charm for me, so I’d probably try to call the dog by the full name anyway. It’s just so cool! Kind of Frankensteinie but less easily pronounceable.

      1. If you can get your mouth around the word, more power to you. It looks German to me, but I’m no linguist. Despite the fact that half my heritage and my surname are German, I just can’t get my mouth around it. I suspect my mouth comes from the British-mutt side of the family.

  5. The part of my soul that values clear and concise English just withered up and died. David! I’m gonna need that soul-bit this week because I have a term paper due Friday! Noes!

    1. You’ll make it! Don’t worry! My comment on Facebook should’ve saved you a bit from disaster, right? So you won’t have to blame any catastrophe on me? (Not that I predict an academic apocalypse for you…)

      1. Aahahaha! Academic apocalypse! This is my new favorite phrase! Um. Maybe paper writing all day has addled my brains. But I don’t think you have to worry about precipitating any harm, because I got 7.5 pages written today on my Eliot paper. Oi vey. I think I’ll go research a different paper now.

        Man, I think everything I say for the next week needs to come with a disclaimer: “Warning, all lower brain functions have been shut down to conserve energy.” I have already said some very, very stupid things today.

        Fa la la…

        1. Haha, I’ve totally been there, friend, totally been there. And written some weird emails while in such a state, too.

          Blessings on the research and recuperation!

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