I Think My Spam Comment Just Asked Me Out.

Vintage Dating Advice

Usually, I just delete my spam comments en masse but yesterday, the most recent spam comment caught my eye. This is what it said…

“Hello to you. I am in town for the weekend and I would like kick it with you. Nothing serious but we will see where the night takes us, eh? Your blog is proper sexy- I think we will have sexy good times. What do you think? Show a tourist around?”

This hilarious comment was followed by about a dozen links to heaven only knows what. Obviously, it got deleted but I have to give that spammer mad props on making me laugh. If the links weren’t proof enough this was spam, the fact that the spammer would describe my blog as “proper sexy” shows they have never read this blog before. I mean, I get sent like 100 visits each month on the search term “anti-sexy” and last month got 25 visits out of the search term “anti anti sexy anti”, so clearly, this blog is not by any stretch of the imagination “sexy”.

Nice try spammer, you made me laugh, but not one link did I click.

72 thoughts on “I Think My Spam Comment Just Asked Me Out.

  1. What is “proper sexy” anyway? I never knew that there was a “proper” way to by sexy. Would a flannel shirt and dirt stained jeans with nasty ripped sneakers be considered “proper” sexy? Cuz if it is…then by god I am the poster-girl for “proper” sexy!

    But, I’m with you…the spammer would’ve gotten a smile out of me, but not a single click. Thank you though, making me smile as well!

  2. That’s hilarious. If you ever want a friend to randomly message and have a long conversation about spam we’ve seen, you’re more than welcome! I’m going to be reading many of your posts. πŸ™‚

    The girl who loves a cello, – Alissa

  3. Pkitass says:

    so the real reason you didn’t want to go out with him and show him sexy time was because you already have a beau…. right? πŸ˜‰

  4. Heck, I don’t get ANY haha. That’s an odd comment, though. I would so, SO read, well, skim , all spam. There’s got to be more knee-slappers.

  5. Jumping jelly beans…you get better spam than I do. My spam is more on how intellectual I am and if that isn’t a head-scratcher, I don’t know what is.

    Of course, your spammer could be a real live Brit. It’s a slang thing they have going on where they say “proper” in front of everything…sort of like people over here say “like” in front of everything. πŸ™‚

  6. “proper sexy”?….. Great. Now I’ll have to read all spam comments with a bad Austin Powers Brittish Accent in my head.

    I wonder how odd the comments/pickup lines would be if they thought the blog was “improper sexy”? πŸ™‚

  7. Some of the spam comments are very creative. I’ve never got one like that though. I wonder what “proper sexy” means? Is it better or worse than unproper sexy?

    Thanks for sharing!

  8. Dear GotC,
    I think you were too hasty in your judgment of Mr. Spammer…After all, there are people crazy enough out there who find all kinds of strange stuff sexy so why not your blog πŸ˜‰

  9. Poor spammer, this is proper “let down” and it wasn’t sexy at all! LOL… Whoever you are maybe search under the term *rejection*- this is too funny.

    Great style- keep it coming!!! Have a great day!-)

  10. Alas, the Chronicles of Narnia is somewhat lacking on the subject of sexy good times. the best I could do was imagining the spammer as Prince Rabadash, in which case…
    “How well it was said by a gifted poet,” observed the Vizier, raising his face (in a somewhat dusty condition) from the carpet, “that deep draughts from the fountain of reason are desirable in order to extinguish the fire of youthful love.”

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