Spam speaks to me.
From whence does it come? And why? And why can’t I stop reading it?
Valued readers, new and old, I wish I had something heartfelt, educational or inspiring to leave you with at the end of the year, especially since I am going abroad for two weeks and may not be able to post a new essay until I get back.
But I need to get ready for my flight.
So for now, I will leave you with my thoughts on my favorite spam comments to hit the blog this year.
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Would that, on our worst days, there really was someone to tell us that putting one foot in front of the other qualifies as a fantastic effort. I read spam comments like this and pretend it’s a message from the universe.
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Some spam comments imply a story I’d like to hear more of. A barbecue enthusiast travels the earth sampling his favorite dishes, searching for a barbecue pal to share his journey. Maybe it’s me!
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I like to think that I am improving the internet one post at a time. Some spam is worth taking to heart.
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If there’s anything an office should be, it’s stuffed with fun. And I get an absurd kick out of the “not less than thrice in 7 days” part. Where the hell does this stuff come from?
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This makes the cut because of the “ideas of my fingers” bit. Who here sometimes feels as if, while you’re typing, the thoughts are in your fingertips and not your brain?
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Six hours of Googling? How grueling. This is an example of how the zaniest falsehoods can be made believable by the inclusion of one realistic tidbit. How many websites full of garbage have you seen this year? Well played, spam.
In my mind, a nice round-up of the Citizens United Supreme Court decision and erectile dysfunction.
Baby powder. I heard eating more tomatoes and drinking tomato juice helps reduce sweat too if you would like a more permanent solution.
You are so competent at writing, you may have been an English professor.
Again, the suggestion of irresistible narratives. How does one become an English professor by dint of mere competency at writing? And I like the interest of the implication that I may have been a professor at one time. Was I or wasn’t I? Why did I leave academia?
Let’s get together for lunch. My watch is faster than yours. We look forward to your visit. Have you ever driven a BMW? eventually i caved in. We are prohibited from smoking on school grounds. What’s your goal in life. Keep your temper under control. I guess I could come over
No thank you – whoever you are, you sound far too distractible. Stay where you are. And my temper is fine, dammit.
Yet it’s not a good idea to get carried away and make the blog about your family or outside interests. You have to find the right balance, and with practice you’ll discover it. You should not, however, blog about anything that you wouldn’t write in a business email.
My family would certainly agree that it’s not a good idea to blog about them. I have been strictly forbidden to write about several family occurrences, among them the bleu cheese nut-ball incident. And it’s obviously much too late for that last tip.
I’ll miss you guys while I’m away, but I hope you’ll stick around for the new year. In the meantime, if you want to read more about the joys of keeping a blog (I’m sure many of you can relate), check out last year’s piece on bizarre Google search terms.