Everybodys Saying Spam

I truly appreciate the odd spam comment. I just do. Some of them are like haikus written by glue sniffers. Some are like zen koans carved in bananas.

Quality ones are like gold.

So I was very pleased to see this one today:

What a data of un-ambiguity and preserveness of valuable familiarity about unpredicted emotions.

This on a page about Gilliam's The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. This appears on many blogs as a comment--but it almost feels like James Joyce reaching out from beyond the grave. Makes me wish Spamland was still a thing.

Here's another one:

Yes! Finally someone writes about sofa cleaning.

Granted, the website link they provided points to something with "oxy" in the URL, so no doubt they're trying to lure people with dirty sofas back to their lair. This was posted on my Rockstar Energy Drink campaign ad idea. I don't think there's a cleaning hack where Rockstar can help with sofas...but you never know.

Lastly, this is not so much spam as it is a vast amount of confusion. I'll go ahead and tell you it's on our post about the World's Largest Virginia Reel that was staged for a Gone With the Wind anniversary.

This gent left two comments. They are, verbatim:

I won't to see the woman with the largest vagina

and

I just won't to see it

The URL given was "fromnigeria." No dot com or dot anything, just "fromnigeria." And I assume a "vagina reel" would be a spool of 8mm film featuring close-ups of female anatomy? No idea.

However, given that we are good sports, to our friend "Kingsley" there, I will point him to this article, which postulates that the world's largest vagina belonged to a Canadian (although they state her as Scottish) named Anna Haining Bates née Swan.

Keep those cards and letters coming.

Image from Exiled Stardust.