Dealing with spammers is very much like dealing with home repair contractors – you need to keep your sense of humor:
Short, unexpected, and totally nonsensical. Otherwise, I love it.
“certainly like your web-site however you need to test the spelling on several of your posts. Several of them are rife with spelling issues and I in finding it very bothersome to tell the reality on the other hand I will definitely come again again.”
My spelling may have issues on occasion, but you definitely have some grammar problems problems.
“…Chubby cheeks, dark under eye circles and double chins could be the response to lack of exercise rather than eating a nicely balanced diet.”
Or they could be due to that really tasty wine I received for my birthday. But the wine’s nearly gone, now, so the noted symptoms should pass, as well.
“You could certainly see your expertise within the work you write. The world hopes for even more passionate writers like you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe. At all times follow your heart.”
Doesn’t that seem like a really nice comment? Don’t I wish it were a legitimate comment? But the fact that it was written on several different posts on the same day leads me to believe you’re not as sincere as I’d like.
And then, there are those spammers who post essentially the same comment over and over again, but who at least try to make each version somewhat unique:
“For one reason, I can’t see all of this article, it keeps disappearing? Are you using something crazy?”
– and –
“For some reason, I can’t see all of this article, stuff keeps disappearing? Are you utilising java?”
So far as I know, the only crazy thing I’m using is the WordPress editor – that gets crazier day by day. Or maybe I just need another cup of java – extra strong.
The snow has finally melted (please, God?). Those of us in the northern climes are busy digging out and, in many cases, repairing damage caused by the extreme winter weather. Everyone is looking forward to warmer, drier days. Which will sprout up faster – May flowers, or May spammers? Join me next month to find out.
(As usual, apologies to the appropriate commenter if any of the foregoing weren’t, in fact, spam. I realize that some comments suffer in translation, and I try to take that into account when determining what is spam and what is legitimate.)
NOTE: Because I’m lazy today, I’m delegating the above picture of Teddy Rosalie with Daffodil as my submission to today’s challenge by Marilyn Armstrong for the “A Serendipitous Photo Story Prompt #2“ And it’s a good thing I took that photo yesterday, because today that daffodil is covered with snow (again).