Sometimes, I love my spam…

So more often than not, I’ll get spam comments instead of someone actually reading my posts/comics and wanting to comment. But I still shuffle through my spam folder every time I log in, since every once in a while,  someone’s posting a legit comment that got caught up in the spam filter.

That said, though, many of the spam comments are actually pretty funny to read.

There was  “You controlled to hit the nail upon the top and also outlined out the entire thing with no need side effect , folks can take a signal. Will likely be back to get more.”, which kinda makes some sense if I reread it a few times, and I’m 98.46% sure it was meant as a compliment.

And then there’s “I will immediately grasp your rss as I can’t to find your email subscription hyperlink or e-newsletter service.”, which I initially misread as “I will immediately grasp your ass“. And then I reread that line, and was both relieved that someone wasn’t trying to feel me up, and mildy disappointed that they didn’t think I was sexy enough. (I might be exaggerating that second part, just a bit.)

But this one, by far, is my favorite:

Spam Commentary

I like that. They are clearly telling me to keep “the excellent” in my site, and that by doing so, I can “give good results”. A very positive message that we should all follow. That’s going to be my new motto! 😀

So let’s talk about spam now (the food variety). DO any of you like spam? If so, do you have a favorite kind and/or method of preparing it? I like making sandwiches with grilled turkey Spam. Exactly what else goes on the sammich depends on what I have available and what I’m in the mood for. The good ol’ lettuce-tomato-cheese combo is a good standard.

And in a search for the “Spam Song” to finish this post off with, I ended up stumbling on a recipe for Spam Musubi that I want to try out sometime…

Also, this video makes me want a Spam Slicer. 😀

And then a poll!

In case you can’t tell, I’m now getting addicted to random blogging, as well as comic-working. Not that this is a bad thing, you know. 😛


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  1. #1 by Navorn on December 31, 2012 - 2:48 pm

    I just noticed this under your blog post:

    “This entry was posted on December 27, 2012, 2:09 pm and is filed under Am I busy or just procrastinating?, Keep in the excellent give good results.

    That is the best place to file anything under. Are you going to be using that more, or was this a one time thing?


    • #2 by Kyetsu on December 31, 2012 - 2:50 pm

      Not sure yet. I put that category there to be a smartass, but I might keep using it for silly site updates or something.


      • #3 by Navorn on December 31, 2012 - 3:03 pm

        You even have it on the news ticker on the forums! I’m…Not even sure what to make of that.


        • #4 by Kyetsu on December 31, 2012 - 3:04 pm

          Don’t make anything of it. Just read it and enjoy the ride…or something.


      • #5 by Antonia on January 19, 2013 - 9:11 pm

        You can safely deelte some or all of the blocked addresses. Spammers rarely, if ever, go back to previously used addresses. They simply create a new address for each batch of spam they send out.The new Y.Mail (formerly known as Beta) lets you remove only one address at a time. Therefore, it would be better to switch back to the original version of Y.Mail and remove them from there. In the original version, go to Options > Block Addresses. Click one address in the block list, then press Ctrl-A on your keyboard to select all addresses. Then, click Remove Block. You are now ready to accumulate more addresses on your block list. Was this answer helpful?


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