15 Nov

SPAM – or spiced ham – was first introduced in 1937 by the Hormel Foods Corporation. A canned precooked meat product made from chopped pork shoulder, salt, water, and modified potato starch and covered in a gelatinous glaze served in households throughout the world .

Spam became a pop culture icon, an American institution and theme of many jokes about “mystery meat”. Monty Python’s famous sketch*, about a customer who is irritated by a cafe which features SPAM as a key ingredient in every dish on its menu, gave rise to the canned meat’s name being given to unsolicited bulk messaging, sent through email, blog comments, and instant messaging, etc. has a built in “spam-catcher” — it funnels all spam comments into a special folder where one can review the message and determine whether it is truly spam or a genuine comment. Most of the spam is nonsensical with links that lead back to a spammer’s commercial site, but some of them are actually quite hilarious  – in a slightly bizarre, ungrammatical way!

Below are some of the comments**  that landed in the spam filters of this blog and the blogs of friends.

Thank you, I have recently been looking for info approximately this topic for ages and yours is the greatest I’ve found out so far. But, what in regards to the conclusion? Are you positive about the source? What i don’t understood is if truth be told how you’re not really much more smartly-favored than you might be right now. You are so intelligent.

I just hope to that you don’t to lose your style to because youre to definitely one of the to coolest bloggers to out there. Please to keep it up because the to internet needs to someone like you spreading the word to.

Hello colleagues, how is all, and what you want to say regarding this post, in my view its in fact awesome in support of me.

This is a good example of his poetry.Who’s kicking off? His father runs a restaurant.I feel like sleeping taking a walkSo far£¬So good.I didn’t realize how much this meant to youI didn’t realize how much this meant to youI found him seated on the bench.You did right.It’s nothing to be surprised about.

*View Monty Python’s famous SPAM sketch

**The spelling and punctuation in the italicized text is copied exactly from the spam messages.


2 Responses to “Spammed-A-Lot!”

  1. db johnston November 16, 2012 at 8:54 pm #

    Spam, egg, spam, spam, bacon and spam
    Spam, sausage, spam, spam, spam, bacon, spam tomato and spam
    Spam, spam, spam, egg and spam
    Spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, baked beans, spam, spam, spam and spam.

    (Choir: Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! Lovely Spam! Lovely Spam!)


    • cgjohnston November 16, 2012 at 10:23 pm #



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