Received in Email

The beauty of spam is that you receive a treasure trove of potential blogging material. Here are nuggets from some of the nitwits that have knocked noggins and nudged nonsense this way:
Dear XXXX,

My name is Jean-Claude and like you I used to have a penile that not work well. Since that shameful day in which I couldn't love me like I love her I have taken good drug to make lovin last long and hard.

Grab me and pills should help you become long and hard too so that her pleashure is replicated.

Dear XXX,

I am Thomasina Boliviana, the 23rd Demarco of Escuela Spain and the inheritor of a very large sum of money. My father, the 22nd Demarco of Escuela Spain of recent death has left me a great sum of money to which I must acquire.

The government of Escuela Spain has very much high taxes that I am trying to avoid. I Should like to use your help to prevent this burden by sharing some of my soon to be acquired wealth. Send to me your billing information and I shall provide you with a reward of which you shall proudly be happy.

Respond and reply to this endearment at will and at once so that we may discuss this transaction.

6 comments:

Pragmatician said...

The second one i get almost every week, somehow it escapes the attention of my spam filter!
So now I know why spam keeps coming,obviously some people do pay attention to them :)

Anonymous said...

Them's some good English thar.

Anonymous said...

Oh Jack,

You have given me the giggles this morning.

The Jewish Freak said...

Perhaps you can sell them some english lessons. That would be funny!

PsychoToddler said...

I don't know about the first one, but that second one sounds like a pretty sweet deal.

Jack Steiner said...

Prag,

Indeed.

Mirty,

Ain't it.

Stacy,

It could have been hives.

Freak,

That is true.

PT,

We are all about the sweet deal here.

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