Every now again I get some spam that’s actually interesting to read. I thought I’d share it.
So hereâ€™s Heather Locklear on the beach playing football, flirting, and generally acting young. And while her body is still in great shape, the signs of ageing are starting to show. Most notably in her face, where it seems she skipped her last Botox appointment (or maybe her face-lift could use a little tightening).
Sadly, sheâ€™s also showing signs of getting older in her arms and legs, where sheâ€™s starting to get a bit of that â€œold lady waddle.â€ In fact, the only place it looks as though she hasnâ€™t aged is around her boobs, which are still remarkably perky (though the reason for that is probably an easy guess.)
I enjoyed this one because, when I was 14, my friend Alex was totally in love with Heather Locklear. He probably still is. (Alex, are you out there?)
It makes such a pleasant change from the usual
Hey, man! Great post! Buy Tramadol…
that it made me wonder about the future of comment spam.
Maybe, one day, the spammers will hire professional writers to craft entertaining spam. There may be annual awards for Best Comedy Spam and Best Spam series. Bloggers will compete to have the top spammers leave comments on their site. Hey! It might happen!
Here’s a more likely prediction: most bloggers set their moderation policy to approve first comment only. It won’t be long until armies of professional commenters will be hired by the spammers to leave real comments, thus opening the door for the spambots to spew their filth. And then we’ll need a new policy.