The Ugliest Spam Comment Ever

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I seriously just received this comment on one of my blogs:

"I uncovered your web page via search motors even when looking for for the connected topic, your web page demonstrated up up. give many as a consequence of you for the fabulous blog. Amazingg skills! hold on man, you rock!"

Unreal
#comment #spam #ugliest
  • Profile picture of the author alcymart
    That is indeed quite ugly..lol ...like someone trying to write in English and thanking you...Had he posted a followup link? Unless its a spun comment of course...

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  • Profile picture of the author P.Sharma
    the ugliest indeed. When will people learn to atleast be smart if they are going to spam
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    • Profile picture of the author IcedSEO-CEO
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      Originally Posted by P.Sharma View Post

      the ugliest indeed. When will people learn to atleast be smart if they are going to spam
      Sharma, trust me.... some people will never learn, I get these ugly comments even worse on my sites like every hour. Tired of deleting them, I increased my Yawasp security
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  • Profile picture of the author Adie
    Originally Posted by TCrosby View Post

    I seriously just received this comment on one of my blogs:

    "I uncovered your web page via search motors even when looking for for the connected topic, your web page demonstrated up up. give many as a consequence of you for the fabulous blog. Amazingg skills! hold on man, you rock!"

    Unreal
    LOL.. I think is is a spun comment and here is another similar version I am receiving almost everyday.

    "I found your website through search engine while searching a related topic, your website show up. You have a fantastic blog that helps many. Great blog... keep up the good work"

    ... wee, at least I am receiving a better one....
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    • Profile picture of the author Leanne King
      Originally Posted by Adie View Post

      LOL.. I think is is a spun comment and here is another similar version I am receiving almost everyday.

      "I found your website through search engine while searching a related topic, your website show up. You have a fantastic blog that helps many. Great blog... keep up the good work"

      ... wee, at least I am receiving a better one....
      I get that one as well and also saying they have bookmarked it ...if often surprises me that they find my test sites so worthy lol!

      I think it is spun comment auto submitters annoying but amusing to read at the same time!
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    • Profile picture of the author Meonthe
      Originally Posted by Adie View Post

      LOL.. I think is is a spun comment and here is another similar version I am receiving almost everyday.

      "I found your website through search engine while searching a related topic, your website show up. You have a fantastic blog that helps many. Great blog... keep up the good work"

      ... wee, at least I am receiving a better one....
      I never thought comments would get spun just like articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author hwtran
    LOL!

    I received this spam recently. Maybe not ugly, but definitely funny!

    "From the moment I picked your book up until I laid it down I was convulsed with laughter. Some day I intend reading it"

    (This was from "al." His url had to do with enlarging *something.*)
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    • Profile picture of the author Roaddog
      Originally Posted by hwtran View Post

      LOL!

      I received this spam recently. Maybe not ugly, but definitely funny!

      "From the moment I picked your book up until I laid it down I was convulsed with laughter. Some day I intend reading it"

      Somebody is using a Groucho Marx spinner....he would be so proud


      A child of five would understand this. Send someone to fetch a child of five.---Groucho Marx
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    • Profile picture of the author redstanford
      Originally Posted by hwtran View Post

      LOL!

      I received this spam recently. Maybe not ugly, but definitely funny!

      "From the moment I picked your book up until I laid it down I was convulsed with laughter. Some day I intend reading it"

      (This was from "al." His url had to do with enlarging *something.*)

      this is awesome!
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  • Profile picture of the author Chevy5
    I have to delete junk like that several times a day. Below is the latest which I copied and pasted.


    Have you yet tried while get something a rearrange lookup about persona? Until recently, doing a switch search on the topic a caller has been particular stylish. Appreciation to facilitate the huge amount of web-based particulars we nowadays have, this undemanding task has recently become terrific easier.
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  • Originally Posted by TCrosby View Post

    I seriously just received this comment on one of my blogs:

    "I uncovered your web page via search motors even when looking for for the connected topic, your web page demonstrated up up. give many as a consequence of you for the fabulous blog. Amazingg skills! hold on man, you rock!"

    Unreal
    I've had a few of those. Obviously put on there by automated software, where they user has probably spun his comments. This one went horribly wrong.
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  • Profile picture of the author social saint
    That's such a useless comment and a useless bot as well !
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    • Profile picture of the author IcedSEO-CEO
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      Originally Posted by social saint View Post

      That's such a useless comment and a useless bot as well !
      Yea, I'm sure it's not scrapebox
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  • Profile picture of the author mahal788
    I think they should get a refund on their article spinning software.
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    • Profile picture of the author MarketingTorch
      I've been going through my spam folder and looking for any wrongly placed comments or ones I could at least polish and post. I've had over 57,000 of them so far this month on one of my sites, and tonight I've been whittling away at over 2,000 currently awaiting disposition. Here are some shiners:

      "Good day guy, when i love this particular The web page greatly. attain u include bit of advice designed for my very own websites"

      "My spouse and i still can not quite assume that I could possibly be one of those reading the important suggestions found on your site. My family and I are seriously thankful for the generosity and for presenting me opportunity pursue our chosen profession path. Thanks for the important information I obtained from your web-site."


      "base72.txt;50;50"


      "I have constantly adored your posts on this weblog, how does you will get needed for writing this particular?"


      "Thank you for the good writeup. It in fact was a amusement account it. Look advanced to more added agreeable from you! By the way, how could we communicate?"

      Indeed, how could we communicate, with such abysmal comments as these? :p

      Are clients even checking on the quality of the work of their hired help or their automated software? Apparently not.

      What's even more bizarre is how the messages and the pages they are posted on frequently are so inappropriately matched, it's like random chance could do a better job than whatever algorithm is generating the posts! Also, one would think a spambot could at least match the username with the email address, so it's not so painfully obvious that all the information in all the form fields is COMPLETELY arbitrary.

      But the kind that really puzzle me are the all-consonant spams, like this:
      "SAgxfx mfgtcyyhegkj, bwjnmtzxsugy, [link:http://lugporniexal.com/]lugporniexal, http://zqndwbaqyjbc.com/"

      Seriously. What kind of crap is that??? Talk about UGLY. Yikes! Even the username, email address and website fields are full of this consonant gibberish. And they really think Akismet would EVER let that through? It's bad enough all the other weird messages, but those consonants. I wonder what the sales pitch sounds like that sells users on buying software that churns out total alphabetic vomit.

      I like comments. Comments help build community and show that a website is alive. I'd be willing to allow these automated backlink-grabbing comments to remain if the comments and usernames associated with them were believable and appropriate for the topic of the post. Maybe none of the auto-post proggies are capable of that kind of discernment, but you'd think if the bots are smart enough to bust through a captcha, they'd be smart enough NOT to post a yeast infection comment on a music review! :rolleyes:
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      • Originally Posted by MarketingTorch View Post

        "Thank you for the good writeup. It in fact was a amusement account it. Look advanced to more added agreeable from you! By the way, how could we communicate?"

        Indeed, how could we communicate, with such abysmal comments as these?
        HAHAHAHA nice man, that actually made me laugh pretty hard. We open up comments here in the office every day after lunch and read some of them aloud, then try to figure out what the original sentence actually was. We've gotten pretty good at reverse engineering @#$% comments. Now if there was only a WSO in that somewhere.....
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  • Profile picture of the author developyourlife
    I get tons of these all the time. At least 10 per day. It's so annoying and most you can't even understand. It's insane.
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    • Profile picture of the author MakeMoneyHelper
      Hi get a lot of these also, but usually they are all on the same article I have.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    That is a very nice way of spamming. I see that a lot. People just want to get their link up on a site like this blog and not even post something useful or something that make sense.

    This is weird.
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  • Profile picture of the author Millox
    LOL, that is... sad.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sunfyre7896
    I think the worst part is when someone "thinks" they "know" English and posts something that takes 5 minutes to read despite only being 2 lines. I get annoyed after awhile reading some of this nonsense. . . What I then wonder is if they have a hard time reading something like this post seeing as their grammar is completely messed up. I guess that is what I sound like when trying to speak Spanish sometimes. I guess it's all relative. Basically, don't spam.
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  • Profile picture of the author bravo75
    "Search motor". Love it
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  • Profile picture of the author wendyw17
    lol! I may not received that kind of comment but surely it is funny and the worse part it's a spam.
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  • Profile picture of the author rain21
    I get every day ugly spams
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  • Profile picture of the author LuckyDuck
    I LOL every time i see someone trying to speak in English! It's just hilarious xD
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  • Profile picture of the author focused
    Here's a comment I got recently:

    "me think that this here blog it so good, best if it be continued so nice. keep going there, bud. Have so nice day."
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    those are the typical spam comments, i think ive seen worst lol
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  • Profile picture of the author almedajohnson
    one day I had got a comment like

    I accidentally came on your Blog, and I find it quite interesting. Though I was searching something else but I am happy to visit it. keep updating as i will visit you often
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  • Profile picture of the author pianopro
    I got one that said
    "I am god, I like your blog, amen"
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  • Originally Posted by TCrosby View Post

    I seriously just received this comment on one of my blogs:

    "I uncovered your web page via search motors even when looking for for the connected topic, your web page demonstrated up up. give many as a consequence of you for the fabulous blog. Amazingg skills! hold on man, you rock!"

    Unreal
    Did he spin his link, too?
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Those standard blog comments are a little amusing the first time round, but you learn to just "mark as spam"
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