Spam: now the language of insanity?

2012-12-04 11:03:58 by Tanadrine-Studios

I occasionally empty my spam folder (I'm glad the auto filters work so well), but as I do so I can't avoid reading several words before my browser loads the next page and empties the bin. I realized that nearly all of the spam we get makes absolutely no sense. No, it goes beyond absolutely no sense. I'm pretty certain it is a script just sending stuff through something like "google translate", but it results in some pretty funny wording. I also get a lot of spam from Germany and poland... I have no idea why. I did read Delura is also the name of a popular German soccer player *shrug*.

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Spam: now the language of insanity?


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2012-12-04 12:52:12


Translated voice spam messages! That's right, those entrepreneurs in Sudan, China, and many other places in the world want to sell THEIR product to YOU!! Language is no longer a barrier!!

Example of what will be said vocally over your telephone:

"Various impedance methods of socks gravely adds second crustations."

Isn't that fantastic!?


2012-12-04 15:14:22

I hope there is never spam messages on telephones. Ugh...

Tanadrine-Studios responds:

Tack braids! Aggressive get expedite!


2012-12-04 19:30:44

I receive spam on my telephone.....
Usually ads for things I don't want....

Tanadrine-Studios responds:

Would cowboy pole tenacious gravy present well?


2012-12-05 13:09:02

Ha ha, spam is fun

Tanadrine-Studios responds:

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(I'm not making this up, this is actual text from my spam bin).