Spam Report: November 2012

Like myself, my adoring spambot fans seem to have taken the month of November off. Maybe they too were writing NaNoWriMos, which I picture as just being 50,000 words of raccoon stories. Obviously they were saving their best material for that, so I was just left with:

Chicken tractor commenting on my Pandowdy post:

I happen to be writing to make you know what a fantastic discovery my cousin’s child had going through your webblog. She mastered a wide variety of things, which include what it is like to have an amazing helping mindset to have most people clearly know precisely several advanced subject matter. You truly did more than people’s expected results. Thanks for providing these warm and friendly, trustworthy, revealing and in addition unique tips on that topic to Janet.

I’m glad your first cousin-once-removed Janet is learning so much from my blog, I assume about Sam Neill. But, I’ve gotta say, Chicken Tractor, I would have been more grateful for your praise had not Panic Attacks upped the ante:

On that same post, Panic Attacks writes:

I am just commenting to let you be aware of what a fantastic encounter my wife’s princess developed viewing your webblog. She figured out a wide variety of issues, which include how it is like to possess a very effective helping character to have certain people really easily master a variety of advanced matters. You really surpassed our own expected results. I appreciate you for rendering such invaluable, safe, educational and cool tips on that topic to Ethel.

A PRINCESS IS READING MY BLOG, YOU GUYS!!!!!!!! I mean, I’ve never heard of a Princess Ethel, but I feel like now I have to change the title to The Royal Plaid Pladd, and maybe add a coat of arms. Get on it, Steven.

On my October Spam Report, Gavin writes:

You…are…my…hero!!! I cant believe some thing like this exists on the web! Its so accurate, so honest, and a lot more than that you simply dont sound like an idiot! Lastly, a person who knows the best way to talk about a subject without sounding like a kid who didnt get that bike he wanted for Christmas.

Thanks, Gavin. I try my best to be accurate, honest, and non-idiotic when I can. I don’t know how someone who missed out on a Christmas bike would answer spam comments, but maybe you’ll get to see next month when no one can figure out a way to cram a ten-speed into my stocking!

corporations offshore writes:

The best things in life happen when you get carried away. I went into a cooking school to write about what it means to be a chef, and instead I became a cook, got a job line cooking, lucked into one of the great restaurants of the world to work with the chef on his book, and I kept on writing about food. I got carried away, and it’s made all the difference.

Inspiring words, corporations offshore, but are you suggesting that my spam answering is getting carried away? Was it because I presented one in the form of a poem? I say I haven’t been going far enough. Next month, I’m recording myself dramatically reading one and forcing Steven to applaud me with finger snaps.

Nadene Corcoros writes:

Fantastic post however , I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this topic? I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Appreciate it!

Wish granted, Nadene!

Previously: October 2012

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