Top 10 Weirdest Spam Comments

Top 10 Weirdest Spam Comments

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If you have a blog, you get weird spam comments. It’s similar to spam in your email inbox. Luckily, these spam comments get shuffled away in a spam folder separate from regular comments. To date, I’ve received 1,669 spam comments. I wanted to share my weirdest and wackiest spam comments with you.

Top 10 Weirdest Spam Comments

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  4. Hello I like your blog. Would you like to visitor publish in my own someday? In that case make sure you let me know by way of e-mail or just reply to this particular remark.
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  10. Lisi is described as a white male, 5-foot-10-inches tall and 160 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo of Chinese writing on the back of his right arm, a large angel on his right side and a large woman with a devil’s tail on his left side. He was last seen wearing jeans, a T-shirt and a silver cross necklace.

Why is it Called Spam?*

There is some debate about the source of the term, but the generally accepted version is that it comes from the Monty Python song, “Spam spam spam spam, spam spam spam spam, lovely spam, wonderful spam.” Like the song, spam is an endless repetition of worthless text.

Another school of thought maintains that it comes from the computer group lab at the University of Southern California who gave it the name because it has many of the same characteristics as the lunchmeat Spam:

▪   Nobody wants it or ever asks for it.

▪   No one ever eats it; it is the first item to be pushed to the side when eating the entree.

▪   Sometimes it is actually tasty, like 1% of junk mail that is really useful to some people.

*Previously published by Webopedia,

Want to learn more? Check out 11 Spam Comments That Look Like Drunk Thesauruses (And Why)


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  1. Neva Hodges says

    Wow, is all I can say.

  2. Too funny! I wonder if Lisi was every found.

  3. Stacey, Bob and I visited the Spam Museum in Austin, MN on our road trip back to California from Michigan this past summer. It was a hoot. So much so that I wrote a column about it for Wandering Educators a couple months back.

  4. Thanks of many to you. My happiness day is more brighten when I go get my funny on.

  5. Fascinating. FYI, I got here from the Announcements page at Writer Advice,

    Oops! Coffee spill. Gotta go.

  6. I always “love” getting these comments too. Thanks for a fun post!

  7. Finally…..a fun use for those ridiculous spam comments! So clever….

  8. Ha! Those spam messages sure are weird. They have me scratching my head…every single time.

  9. Thanks for the fun post! I needed that today.

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