Funny quotes from real spam (sometimes with commentary). May contain swearing and/or lewdness.
Spam subject: "Add a small raisin to your outlook and every man will be yours." I'm still not sure what this one *means.*
I keep thinking this spam subject is actually for parents: "Energy enough for many girls"
Spam subject: "Your soul sleeps." Eight hours a day, ten on weekends.
Nice try, Mr. Bad Credit Contract Phones...if that's really your name.
Spam subject: "Lack of mojo in pants?"
We will return to you the exciting feeling of mighty staying meatstick-champion
Spam subject: "infer bullshit Rudolph" - You're right; he obviously meant "Imply."
Quotes: "Upgrade your love factory" and "feel the powerful motor of desire embedded into your body"
Spam subject: "F this man" - I'd rather not, thanks.
Spam subject: "I'm in faraway country. Bored" - I hope her name isn't Willow.
Blogspam claiming "This will enable more clicks" promoting V-pills. I think they misspelled a word.
Spam subject: "We'll return your carnal charge" - Funny, I don't remember lending it out.
Spam subject: "Your tremendous penis will always be on her mind." O_o It reaches that far?!?!
Spam subject: "Ferrari pen will add a raisin to your businesslike outlook" - I still don't understand these. Thesaurus Fail?
Spam subject: "She loves it bigger and longer" ...so be sure to take her to the extended IMAX showing.
Don't you love it when scam emails start out with "this is not a scam?"
Astonishingly direct spam subject, unencumbered with excessive circumlocution: "Wanna get a larger boner?"
Spam subject: "Dear me, that evil car sensibly stung out of this suspicious slot tipps." - Umm, yeah, darn that car.
Spam subject: "A lot of disco?c c'mon"
Spam subject: "Increase your wakefulness during the daytime." - First step: *decrease* your wakefulness during the nighttime.
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