Lately my spam filter has been deluged by spam comments. If you look at the commenter “name,” these spammers purport to sell handbags or weight loss diets or something, but the majority of them follow a very peculiar form. Observe:
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Well, I’m a teetotaler, so… anyway, let’s have a few more:
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What the heck is going on here? I’m forced to assume this the work of some relatively sophisticated yet highly eccentric computer program, but I’m trying to figure out what the people behind it were thinking. Did they believe that if these famous quotes from famous people were so good that filters would let them through?
Whatever “thought process”–I use the term loosely–went into this, I think you’ll agree it produces some hilarious results.
I think we’re supposed to believe ordinary commenters like me would end off normal comments with a quote. “As if that would ever happen.” – Abraham Lincoln
LOL. Well done.
Gee, I never get quotes. : (
I should mention that I haven’t verified any of these quotes yet. For all I know, they could just be making stuff up.