Adventures in spam filtering

Most of the spam I get on this site is predictable and mundane. But this morning’s batch was entertaining indeed! Before I hit delete, I just have to share one snippet:

“The photo dimensions average pixels and contain about British women.Every episode contains satin linen, so the bottom line of having a blast.A site that this site check out the pictures or large pictures.The just plain models are prettier than seeing a parade of permanently blown-out bungholes inside this site.”

Does this site feature “a parade of permanently blown-out bungholes”? Really? Does the spammer expect me to simply accept that kind of criticism? And what exactly is “satin linen”?

5 Responses

  1. Blown-Out Bungholes. What a vision.

  2. Oh, that parade? I really don’t notice them any more. It’s no big deal, really.

  3. satin linen is similar to velvet felt, only shinier.

  4. I wouldn’t take it as criticism, especially since they are seemingly trying to steer you towards the “just plain models,” since they are prettier than the “blown-out bungholes.”.

    And the word “bunghole” can have some non-sexual or offensive meanings, one being:

    1) The hole in a cask, keg, or barrel through which liquid is poured in or drained out.

  5. Spam can be so entertaining sometimes. One of my friends used to have a “spider blog” that just went out and grabbed miscellaneous snippets from the web then re-arranged them at random. Some of the results were quite entertaining. I need to get that code from him and resurrect the project. If only I had more free time…

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