Monday, September 26, 2011

I Need A Spam Translator.

I got this comment the other day.  I didn't publish it, because it's clearly spam... but can any of you make sense of it?  This is the weirdest spam comment I've ever gotten. I took out the link that was included just to remove temptation.

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "What To Do With String, Board, Nails, and Time?":

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What is an 'instrumentality casket'?  Or a 'honeycomb yard'? And, did he say i have 'belly fat'? Oh, it's on now.


  1. Wow, even Google translate doesn't mess up THAT badly! :)

  2. I couldn't ponder on it too gave me a headache (smile). Definitely spam. Let's hope you don't get it again.

  3. I've gotten some of those funny spam comments, too. I never had a clue what they meant.

  4. That's funny! I get a lot of strange spam comments, too. I've always wondered what it's all about.

  5. Just had this posted on my blog: "Stay up the good paintings!" Whatever that means.


I love all the comments I get from you! Because of an insane amount of spam, I had to turn off anonymous commenting but I'd love it if you'd comment anyway!

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