Why Spammers And Common Courtesy Do Not Mix
This is my open letter to all the spammers out there. Thanks to you I have to waste time cleaning up your mess so I can do some real blogging. With your bad grammar and lack of attention to detail, it is almost hilarious anymore reading the garbage you send me. So here is why spammers and common courtesy don’t mix.
Dear potential Spammer,
First of all, I guess I should thank you for wrecking my day because I have to spend hours sifting through my Spam folder to find legitimate comments. Thanks oh so much. Oh, in case you didn’t know, that was sarcasm. Thanks Sheldon Cooper for the inspiration.
Second, if you are going to spam someone, remember not to copy and paste your entire spiel into a single post. Tsk tsk, and you call yourself a professional? Don’t you know that you are supposed to pick one word out of each pair choice to use. Common courtesy, common courtesy.
Third, make sure you actually read the title of the post you are spamming. Michael Kors purses have nothing to do with a Wordless Wednesday post about baseball. Unless, of course, you want to carry your dirty cleats in it.
Next, to the absolute idiot morons that are posting links to adult entertainment sites? Get a freaking clue. Take your fetishes and your perversion somewhere else. Thank you to the person that created I.P. Ban!
To the person spamming me in Chinese: If I can’t read what you wrote or understand it, do you really think I would approve it? Take a page out of an etiquette book and use some common courtesy. Read: GO AWAY!!
One of my personal favorites lately is: Do you have a contact page? I can’t find it to contact you that you have such a wonderful blog. Okay, really, there is this cute little tab on the top that says “Contact Me”. Pretty cool concept, eh? Common courtesy again comes into play. I don’t accept stupidity as an excuse, just so you know.
With great regards to you getting lost and a life,
Making Our Life Matter
I really wish that I had more legitimate readers visiting my blog, and getting to know me, and my blog in an honest way. To my real blog readers, I ask you this: