Today we pay tribute to some of the awesome spam sent to LA Juice, as only we can: via Kitten Haiku. You may not realize this (or really care) but for every real comment I get at this site, I get a shitton of crazy spam comments. I love reading them.
Sadly, you never get to see them because although they are magically delicious, they are naturally filtered out by my content management system .
My post, “Mothra Faulkner: Swearing, Spaulding’s 4th Grade and Shame” gets an insane amount of spam traffic related to immigration law. No, I have no idea why. Sure, I do think the post might be useful for immigrants, just not those looking for legal advice. The bulk of today’s spam haikus originate from Mothra Faulkner.
The haiku above was culled from the eloquent words of Mullarkeyimmigrationlawyer who tells me:
“I have added your link to my blog here [link removed so as not to help spammers ],This site is my inspiration , real fantastic design and perfect subject mat.”
I am the perfect subject mat. but wait! there is more!
“link for you on my blog here [link removed so as not to help spammers] ,Glad to be one of several visitants on this amazing internet site : D.marvelous post, I am glad I discovered this internet site on yahoo.”
Its not that one visitant disturbs me, its that several exist. I mean sure I want traffic, but some prices are just too high.
“I have added your link to my blog herehttp:// [link removed so as not to help spammers] /immigration1001,This web site is my breathing in, really superb layout and perfect content material .”
why thank you , perfect indeed I am, just like my yoga cat, Scout who posed for this photo.
Le Grande Finale, Le Piece de Resistance:
From Shan Manker who writes:
“I was suggested this web site by my cousin. I am not sure whether this post is written by him as nobody else know such detailed about my trouble. You are incredible! Thanks!
Oh little calico cat, I know all about all your troubles. The Great and Powerful Juice sees all. Pay no attention to the sassy bitchy blonde behind the Red Curtain.
And there are so many more…so many, in fact that I may have to start a new feature: “Spammers say the darndest things.” swoon.