Spam Friends

I’d like to share some comments from my spam friends:

Clarisonic commented on my blog, “Another Busy Day”, written October 5, 2012:

“Thank you incredibly substantially for your exciting text. I have been looking for these types of messages to get a definitely very long time. Thank you.” Clarisonic.

My response: Dear Clarisonic, Thank you for your thoughtful thoughts. It was so kind of you to think them. I am glad that you think going out in public with curlers in my hair is so exciting. You should try it.  It was more than exciting. It was exhilarating. I feel like a free woman.

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I received this comment from Jona about my blog, “Speakeasy”, written October 6, 2012:

“Wow! This could be one particular of the most useful blogs We have ever arrive across on this subject. Actually fantastic. I am also a specialist in this topic so I can understand your efforts.” Jona.

My response: Jona, Really? The most useful blog you have ever come across? I hope you tell all your friends about it. So you are a specialist on the topic of “speakeasies”! Do they have speakeasies in your country? Here is a little suggestion: legalize booze. It takes the winds out of the mafia’s sails. I’m from Chicago. I ought to know.

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Finally, Louis writes after being inspired by my blog, “Friends”, written September 13, 2012:

“Great Post. I was checking continuously this blog and I am impressed! Extremely useful info specifically the last part I care for such info much. I was looking for this certain info for a very long time. Thank you and best of luck.” Louis.

My response: Dear Louis, I am assuming you are a male person by your name. I feel sad that you don’t have these kinds of experiences with your friends. I am thinking maybe you should learn to hunt. On the other hand, given how specifically the last part you care for unfo much, I would suggest getting yourself a spiritual director. Get one that likes to hunt.

To all three of my friends, I say this: “You have a ways to go if you think you can pull off a ‘C’ in English Language 101. Meanwhile don’t walk the streets of New York without you’re interpreter beside you.”

I rather hate to delete them. They are quite positive, don’t you think?

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6 Responses to Spam Friends

  1. Chris Jeub says:

    I should read my spam folder more often. It may bring a smile to my face when I need one.

  2. Hannah says:

    Judy,
    I am a fb friend of Wendy’s (from the MOMYS group)… I have been following your blog for a while, on & off. I just don’t follow blogs too strictly (with multiple children I seem to run short on time). Anyway, I remember the 1st post I ever read of your had to do with Spam friends too. 🙂

    I wanted to let you know that today’s post made me giggle out loud several times. I’m pretty sure my children were wondering what was so funny . Your perspective is refreshing. And also, I am now wondering what translator service the spammers are using? I once sold a piece of pottery on eBay to a person in Norway, and we had a very interesting conversation going using an online translator program — got to wonder who programs the software!

    Thank you for the Monday morning smile,
    Hannah

  3. Nancy K. says:

    Yes, very positive. What I’m wondering is how these people search or stumble upon your blog. Do they just search for and read blogs all day??? If so, I believe they need a life…
    Nancy K.

    • Judy says:

      Truthfully, the spam comments don’t usually have anything to do with what I have written. They are usually wanting to get people who read my blog to go to their web pages to sell them something. I just think their comments are pretty funny.

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