endured enjoyed a few weeks worth of scintillating spam subject-lines since starting back at work for the year, it’s only fair that I now share the cream of the crop with you, the loyal imaginary reader.
Rather than keep you in suspense any longer, let’s jump straight in and see what enticing goods are on offer this month.
Actually I’m not quite sure exactly what goods are on offer with this one. Anyone who can read it, feel free to let me know what it says:
Sometimes adjacent spams combine to create fortuitously complementary combinations. This is not one such occasion:
Got problems in life? Well it appears that your solution is here:
…because life is pleasure with antidepressants! Grammatically-speaking, they could be asserting that the pleasure of life is broken only by the presence of antidepressants, but… probably not.
Belongs with other such truisms as “Girls are hot with antifreeze!” and “Get a head with antibodies!”.
Before you go spending your latest paycheck on the pure pleasure being dispensed by the doubtless completely-reliable Mssr M Piercy above, you might want to take heed of the warning below:
That’s right – beware of fake pills! Like, for example, those probably being charlataned-off by nobody’s-very-good-friend, Mr Brady Gray. Oh, wait…
As a general rule I don’t expect much in the way of actual wit from the wang-enhancement spammers, but recently one appeared to stop diverting his brain’s already-minimal blood flow for just long enough to mount a campaign of almost-humourous spams subject’d with popular phrases/lyrics/etc perverted into wang-related lines.
However with that decadely quota of wit having quickly diminished to flaccidity, we appear to be back to normalsville. Well, not quite normalsville.
Because the guy above has a wide spectrum of boner enlargers! That’s right - when the first one doesn’t work, you can give him money for the next one! You know the drill. Package up your credit cards in a wrapping of blank cheques, write your internet banking details on the back, and send to the above address…
So you’ve spent all your money on completely-authentic \/|a6Ra, dubious pumping devices and the like… oh no! But not to worry, because you, Name, have been selected!
Life would be so much simpler if spammers would neglect to complete their subject-line templates in this fashion more often - only moreso.
"<Name>, you’ve been <targeted for scamming/ripping-off/time-wasting> - <miscellaneous bullshit attempt to trick money out of you>".
I promise, with the combined sincerity of all the above-illustrated spams, to literally give money to the first spammer who tempts me with such an honestly-presented offer.