Funny quotes from real spam (sometimes with commentary). May contain swearing and/or lewdness.
Spam subject of the day here! "Teh internets wait"
Spam subject: "good picsss" - Wait, when did the spammers hire Gollum?
Spam subject: "Recently got a job offer? Enlarge your pole with wonder pills" - OK, it's 2 spams, but they were right next to each other.
Spam subject: "YOUR SHUTTLE NEEDS BETTER FUEL" - Not necessary. I can perform docking maneuvers just fine.
Spam subject: "May amorous-force be with you" - Why do I think the sender would disagree with Yoda that "Size matters not"?
Spam subject: "A copy of a Panerai watch is what any man has been dreaming about." Really? So THAT'S what the singing wombats represented!
Spam subject: "Inaccessible software place" - That's where the #$%^ spyware installs itself to, right?
Spam subject: "Choosing the Besy" - Obviously, this philosophy doesn't extend to their choice in proofreaders.
Spam subject: "I'm happy to see you" - Well, that answers *that* question.
Spam subject: "oh no! I lost your file" - I wish you'd lost my email address, too.
Spam quote: "Ordering me bpy dica hoc tions online is the best" - Sounds like the writer could *use* some meds.
Spam subject: "We know these pills work"...but we're not quite sure what they *do*.
Odd pair of spam subjects: "Smile, God Loves You!" and "Realize your fantasy as a sex god"
Sorry, spammer, this isn't Jerry Maguire. A subject of "Hello" isn't enough to get me.
Spam: "Make love like R Jeremy" from "jfwilliams4christ"...advertising "A powerful antibiotic remedy against bacteria." Huh?
Spam subject: "Your free test bottle of pills is longing for meeting with you, order it now."
Spam subject: "You acted weird." Shouldn't have taken those drugs I ordered off the internet...
Spam subject: "SORRY FOR INFRINGING ON YOUR PRIVACY!!!!" - Mr. Zuckerberg, is that you?
Spam subject: "A lot of disco?c c'mon"
Spam subject: "Don't lose my credibility" - I think it's too late for that.
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