First off, the email was from a character claiming to be "Samuarai." Since everything from China is of great quality, trustworthy, and in-touch with the spiritual nature of the world, I thought this would be a worthwhile email to check out. Because Samurais, as everyone knows, come from China.
The subject line read "sword," so I was hoping for a chance to win a magical sword from some legendary Chinese samurai warrior. I opened the email and was not so surprisingly disappointed. I should have known it wasn't really from China, because they misspelled "samurai."
It turned out to be an email from someone trying to get me to buy their stock. But that's not the interesting part. At the bottom of the email were two paragraphs of jumbled text. I've seen this before in spam mail and always wondered why they put it there. I would start to read part of it, and just when I thought it was beginning to make sense, they would throw me off into another discussion. It really blows my mind. I'm going to put the text in here, but I warn you: reading it might give you a seizure.
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My favorite phrases: "every wonder what baby stroller looked," "teaser pic needs pirate," "many faces vs. idiot books," and "stealth poisons."
I know they do this to get through my spam filter. Or at least that is my guess. Does anyone know for sure? Have you tried doing your own jumbled paragraph? It really is tougher than you think. Here's my attempt:
"jolly peanut tiny rabbit spades. across ample Ocean newest. Get yours now. try my apple for Scruff OWOH care. Created transaction with Buyer no down. revised to meet code. soon Elves every one now .beats through mine basic ohio life blog. tree Phone. i love lamp. i quit."
Well, that's my spam fun for the day. Can't wait to see the google hits I get from this post. To see more examples of MySpam, read below.
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