Best of Spam is where I scour through some of my spam comments and find the real “gems”, if you will, to post for your viewing pleasure!
And now, here are the top three!
Today, I went to the beachfront with my kids. I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She put the shell to her ear and screamed. There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear. She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is totally off topic but I had to tell someone!
You might be wondering what makes this spam, since it seems to be a fairly entertaining story. There’s a lot of drama going on here! Was the little girl forever haunted by visions of hermit crabs and unable to eat at Red Lobster from that day forward? What happened to the hermit crab? What were its motivations? Ron Howard could do SO MUCH with this story!
Honestly, it was great except for the 3 spam links that accompanied it. ::sad trombone::
For moms and dads, an unexplained item within a kid’s possession may perhaps be a cue that items just are not proper: belts, bungee cords, dog leashes, or scarves within their sleeping rooms or guide bags. Bedroom doors which might be locked for no apparent purpose. And, all grownups have to be paying out consideration to a sudden fascination youngsters talking about or inquiring inquiries about getting unconscious..
Wait, WHAT? Just…I…WHAT?
For your file, Aliens truly aren’t my “thing” in any respect, therefore I had totally no preconceptions in anyway in regards to the so-called Starchild Skull. whether or not it may well definitely be extraterrestrial or human, real, or maybe a con.…
I’m imagining that this spammer is at a party. In the midst of conversation, he launches into a well-versed lecture on the Ancient Alien theory or some offshoot of archaeology. The trail off at the end is what another person hears as he quietly sidles away.
Join us next time for another thrilling installment of Best of Spam!
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