spam poetry: communication and discourse

This week is a series of spam responses to one recent post on the blog. What I enjoyed about these was the continuity between them and the redundant flow they created when read in a string. Nothing like repetitiveness to get your point across and that rule-of-three being evoked in order to ensure the point is remembered to boot. Obviously Advert 101 was passed by this spammer… too bad Spammy 101 wasn’t since it was flagged by the filter immediately as spam. Sad, too, because it was so complimentary even with the lack of grammar check…

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