Tag Archives: spam poetry

spam poetry: in 3-d

As we all unfortunately know, 3D movies are the R2D2 of the new generation, they are as busty as barbie, as aggressive as GI Joe, as infiltrating into our lives as both especially when selling technology, gambling and sex as … Continue reading

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spam poetry: simpler and safer

January. The first month of the new year and for spamming the first theme of the new year as well, as we break into the gambling motif and how they spin it should traverse two completely trip laden ideas and … Continue reading

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spam poetry: hoetry

As if winning big last week wasn’t enough, now, we are determine to make the slots into a special form of hoetry with this list of single words that slipped past the Spam filter and into my inbox (if I … Continue reading

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spam poetry: think big

It might be only the second Spamolicious Friday of twenty-eleven but already I’m seeing diminishing returns in my spam-trap these days. Maybe all the good writers are engaged now in real jobs, or maybe they are recovering still from the … Continue reading

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spam poetry: mold

This is the first email spam entry of the new year! Over the holidays one of my email addresses got all kinds of fattened up from an overload of the spam. Sadly, almost none of it was blog worthy. I … Continue reading

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spam poetry: spreading more than joy

If the previous spam poetry entries, like “offered in any position” weren’t humorous enough with the hidden meanings this one comes from exactly the kind of email oration you’d expect it to and full of the kind of holiday cheer … Continue reading

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spam poetry: offered in any position

The other day I received an educational solicitation filled with fun double-entendre encouraging me to “learn more” Now, I received recruitment for a job that would gladly offer me a chance to dive right into their company utilizing some interesting … Continue reading

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