It’s been a little quiet ’round here, so how about some spammer fun.
Yesterday, I got a note from “Grace Anderson,” using some mysterious, weird looking Gmail account, offering to sell me a mis-spelled version of one of my domains. To heighten the urgency, Grace let me know that they’re taking offers from any interested parties. Well, that’s pretty much all it took. Enjoy.
Hi there! I’ll offer you a chicken. That’s twice the offer I gave the person last week that offered this domain to me for sale... or maybe a similar one... so much spam, so little time. I only offered them a Cornish hen, which as we all know, is significantly smaller, and will realistically only feed one or two people. A chicken, on the other hand, will feed a whole family one meal, plus leftovers for making soup the next day. And if you’re really good, you can make bone broth from the carcass after making soup. You would need to supply the vegetables, however. To qualify for vegetables, you’d need to offer something bigger. Skywriting would probably get you some vegetables, but it’d have to be really, really good skywriting. Block letters, in a nice serif font that could be seen for days, including a little glow-in-the-dark material that would keep everything nice and purty across a few days. I mean, why have skywriting if it’s gonna just disappear, right? Your pal, Colin
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I’ll take two domains and raise you a rabbit.
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