Wednesday, January 25, 2006

"Weird Spam" by Caffeine Jones

WOW! I just got the funniest spam!
My email program (fastmail) gives you the first few sentences of the email, before you open it.
So I went to my inbox today, and found about 60 messages, all starting off with some political story, and then abruptly changing to porn; some of them are hilarious! Here's a sampling:

last-minute lobbying campaign by President Clinton
Famous celeb porn from all over!
Hot celebs for love

prices, "city prices of fruit and vegetables, fish, meat, and eggs, were
Teens get the wetest!
These teens could get you off with a look!

United States legislators and administrators to question China's sincerity
Hot trannies seeking unsuspecting guys!
hot tranny getting banged

government-to-government loans and joint ventures lest Chinese become
Live adullt tean entertainment
these teenie babes will do anything for bling!

Here's my favorite:
Alexander Graham Bell's invention of the telephone grew out of his research into ways to improve the telegraph. His soul purpose was to help the deaf hear again. Alexander Graham Bell was not trying to invent the telephone, he was just trying to help out people in need.
latina hardkore movies
sex... the final frontier! hardest hardcore!

Some are really long, and all political, like one about the Americans with Disibilites Act, and Mao Tse Tung, with the subject line: "big bootied ghetto ho doing hooker." There's also a long one about the Apollo space program, and the USSR, under the subject: "her first girl on girl experience."
All the subject lines are porn-related, although there's one masquerading as a soda survey.
The adresses they're sent from are all different, and all random-looking, with convincing-looking names, like Roxann Bradford and Elton Hunter.
These things are so freakin' funny, I'm tempted to open one, although I know better.
Dingo looked at it, and thought it looked like the kind of spam you get when you post to international sites. The only international site I can think of that I posted to is indymedia...or maybe hip mama. But that wouldn't generate spam, would it?
...or WOULD it?...

1 comment:

D the C said...

She didn't make that stuff up, it was cut and pasted from her email.
I like how they spell "Teen", tean.