Web Cowgirl 衛 思 維 (webcowgirl) wrote,
Web Cowgirl 衛 思 維


Has anyone noticed that spam titles are changing? It was all about misspelled words the last six months, and now it's become, "About what you said," and, "Re: Our last email," and "I'm feeling thin Russ." I was pulled in by this subject line: "Awesome, Webcowgrrl"

What did I do that was awesome? I had to know! Apparently, what I did was .... well, look at what I can now do:

"Even if you have no erection problems Cialis would help you to make better sex more often and to bring unimaginable plesure to her. Just disolve half a pill under your tongue and get ready for action in 15 minutes. The tests showed that the majority of men after taking this medication were able to have perfect erection during 36 hours!" I mean, certainly, it's exciting to think that I can now do what this spam promises I could do - it should make me very popular at parties! Awesome, indeed.

But what was particularly interesting was this brief snippet at the bottom ...

Nothing that is really good and God-like dies.
A sympathetic friend can be quite as dear as a brother.

So what, spam is now like an internet fortune cookie? It was really strange ... I wonder what the purpose was of adding that stuff into the rest of the email? At least Yahoo is correctly filtering this stuff in the trash.

PS: Found my to-do list. Must add "relax and get excited about trip."
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