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Wednesday, 4 June 2008

Spam At 1111

When you blog and leave an email address on your profile to be contacted, it's inevitable that you get spammed heavily.

Fortunately, my spam filter seems to be working fine.

This morning when I opened it, the number of spam collected was auspicious, so I decided to capture it for posterity. :)

I did venture in to see what kind of spam I get.

It was a highly educational experience.

Most of those mails to me appear to be recommending different enhancements to increase the length and size of an appendage that I personally do not possess.

I have, however, learned some new names for the particular appendage, the notable ones being: magic wand, rocket rod, love stick and most disturbingly, crankmaster.

But ... crankmaster??? Spare me, people!

Every now and then I also get a message from Mrs Smith of Ghana (previously it was Lady Kate Foster of Nigeria) requesting my help in moving a substantial amount of funds from her deceased husband's account for the purpose of uplifting the down-trodden and the less-privileged individuals.

God rest her deceased husband's soul.

I do want to stay and indulge these kind invitations, but Malaysian politics still beckon.

You have a good day ahead.

5 comments:

binghaley@hotmail.com said...

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Axinar said...

Uh ... I thought I told you "Crankshaft" has "connotations" in American English ... :)

Crankshaft said...

So you did. But I thought you were simply giving me a hard time.

2CVman said...

1111, 111 angels?, I don't know what you call it in America, but in England, we call it bollocks. Crankshaft is vital to the worlds's economy, no vehicle would be complete without it. First patented by James Watt"

2CVman said...

1111, 111 angels?, I don't know what you call it in America, but in England, we call it bollocks. btw, a crankshaft is vital to the worlds's economy, no vehicle would be complete without it. First patented by James Watt!