Random spam of the day #810694163429374

It's forcing us to believe it... 

What we’re particularly enjoying about this spam which found its way deep withinside our interdolly inbox is the following:

– Its literary-ness. It reminds us of a young Emily Dickinson.

– How they completely mis-judged the predilections of the recipient.

– Its use of three different colours, and the ‘bold’ key.

– And c) and d)

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5 comments to “Random spam of the day #810694163429374”

  1. HILARIOUS!

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  2. What’s the matter with you people? Who ever reads their spam let alone posts it on a web site. Just press your ‘junk mail’ button!

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  3. OH but that’s no fun.

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  4. The most inventive spam I have ever seen. I’ll think twice about blindly emptying my junk mail folder in future.

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  5. Can someone send me the website address, I’d like to buy some

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