"A nail is driven out by another nail. Habit is overcome by habit."- Desiderius Erasmus


Spam Troll

I spent a bit of time this morning clearing out my comments box. Sadly, most of it was spam. Truth be told, one of the things that I’d never expected when I first conceived of this blog was the sheer amount of spam comments that would come my way.



In the grand tradition of my friend Bravewolf (who responds hilariously to spambots in chat scenarios) I will now respond to selected quotes from spammers. I refuse to name the guilty for fear of giving them free publicity.




2. “I love your wordpress design, wherever would you get a hold of it from?” Whilst hiking in the Himalayas during a period of time to which I like to refer as my Lost Year, I was adopted by a group of Tibetan monks who took me in and had me take charge of their alpaca stable. One stormy night, I helped Snuffles, the most prized of all the monks’ alpacas, give birth to adorable alpaca octuplets. In gratitude, the eldest of the monks gave me this WordPress design (which is buggy and shows the wrong headline on the homepage, but I didn’t want to offend him, so there you have it).



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4. “Really liked what you had to say in your post, Day 9: That’s Me in the Corner | Creature of Habit, thanks for the good read!” Really liked how specific you were about my post! I will now click on your link because we clearly have a personal connection. Thanks for the good comment!

5. “When I originally commented I clicked the -Notify me when new comments are added- checkbox and now every time a comment is added I get four emails with the exact same comment. Is there any way you could get rid of me from that service? Thanks! –“ I am so sorry that you -someone advertising cheap Ugg boots in your email address- has had to experience this inconvenience at my hands. Clearly I owe several Hail Marys and at least one Our Father.

6. “Your posting ralely straightened me out. Thanks!” Dude – straighten out and fly right. Also, learn to spell. You’re welcome.

7. “I will not talk about your competence, the article basically disgusting” I’m glad you’re not going to talk about my competence, because I think I managed to succeed at my goal of grossing you the hell out with my light prosaic style and whimsical accompanying pictures.

8. “Incredible story there. What happened after? Take care!” I DIED. You too!



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then you should really speak to your health care professional.” You mean the squid isn’t SUPPOSED to go up my nose?

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  1. Pandora says:

    Thank you for proving my point, spam-for-brains. I’ll get right on clicking that link.