Spam subject: "GPS Tracker will catch them in the act!" - Spamusement said it best, I think: spamusement.com/index.php/comi

Spam subject: "infer bullshit Rudolph" - You're right; he obviously meant "Imply."

Spam subject: "Great things begin with your huge apparatus" - Now that's a Rube Goldberg device I'd like to see in action!

Spam subject: "You Have A Package With TNT Delivery Service" - I don't think I want to open that one. Especially if it's ticking.

Spam subject: "Create your own direction" - Cool! How about south-by-northeast?

Spam subject: "The magic of Viagra" - on stage seven nights a week, plus weekend matinees.

Well-camouflaged spam subject: "Vid of what my cat learned"

Spam subject: "You Don't Know Me I Realize, But I Want You To Have This Before It's Too Late" - A shift-key disabler?

Spam subject: "I'm in faraway country. Bored" - I hope her name isn't Willow.

"You have a parcel with TNT..." Not what you want to hear from UPS.

Spam subject: "Choosing the Besy" - Obviously, this philosophy doesn't extend to their choice in proofreaders.

Spam subjects: "Hes A Huge Cheater? What A Total Jerk" and "Jerk or not, she's so hot" - Sounds like someone's making excuses.

Spam subject: "We'll return your carnal charge" - Funny, I don't remember lending it out.

Funny how spam promotes "real" university diplomas but admits that the luxury watches are fakes - as a selling point.

Spam Subject: "I gained 3 inches..try 4free today." New sales pitch from Peregrin Took.

Spam subject: "Internal elections" - Judging by content, 1st word is an antonym and the 2nd is off by 1 letter.

Reverse psychology spam: "Dont look inside"

Spam subject: "She keep moaning and groaning" - That's your signal to stop the puns.

Spam subject: "Did you instruct one Mr. John Lenon to claim your payment on your behalf??" No. I *ahem* Imagine it might be tricky.

Spam subject: "F this man" - I'd rather not, thanks.

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