Thursday, September 13, 2007

Odd e-mails I receive No.84672984

Thanks must go to Katie N Grady for informing me about a small snippet of her life in a truly bamboozling e-mail:

Boytoys always laughed at me and even bucks did in the urban lavatory!
Well, now I whoop at them, because I took Me_ga. d_ik.
for 7 months and now my shaft is badly greater than usual.
realize http://laguaitv.com/
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the way the in-flight dining and entertainment services
home to Reading in the Premiership.
penalty box and dropped off a pass for Stuart Downing,
Liberal leader, thirty Liberal MPs suppoted the motion
forward to those consultations," said McCormack.

Well, that makes perfect sense!

4 comments:

Surreptitious Evil said...

The crud at the top is just spam, the crud at the bottom should have been white-on-white text and is there to get the top through simplistic anti-spam filters. It seems to be extracted, at more or less random, from the great wide inter-webby thing.

They do the same with phishing emails and, when I worked for a bank, we used to get complaints ...

When you consider how much pr0n there is online, a random extract (especially in the days before blogging really took off) is very likely to be at least a little rude. And we used to get old dears ringing up demanding that we neuter the person who put such filth on the bottom of our marketing material.

Big Chip Dale said...

I might me wrong but I think it's the latest Tory press release.

Dr. James P. Holdren said...

What language are you guys actually speaking here?

Surreptitious Evil said...

Dr James,

'Tis "gibberish" - a multi-billion dollar/euro/pound industry to whose teat my lips are solidly welded.

S-E