Spams. Perhaps this is one of the things that many bloggers encounter once in a while. At present, I’ve seen 7 spams in my folder and every time I read them they don’t miss to amuse me. Don’t get me wrong though. Like for many of us, spams irritate me especially with their futile disguise as a message from an overwhelmed follower who would say, “Hey, nice blog your ideas are very informative and click the link to be hshzsdklsjdasdioasjakldakdja.” But this is the same reason why I find spam messages rather amusing. Their senseless words are just simply funny.
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And believe me, they were posted as comments to a philosophy article.
Just as curious how these messages are actually sent is the origin of the word itself. Spam is a trademark for a canned meat product and one would wonder why in the world it is used to name these senseless messages. It turned out that the word was once used for fun in one of the episodes of the British television series Monty Python’s Flying Circus where it is repeatedly chanted to override a dialogue. Spams in emails and social media work in this way: they are repeatedly sent to reach large number of recipient just to link people to advertisements. Oftentimes they come along with crazy messages, faking an attempt to interaction just to boost the link’s traffic. One time, I was included in a group message in Facebook and like me, every one of us were surprised to be there. The culprit? A spam.
Spams, chain messages, pictures of poor patients with type-amen-if-you-believe-he-will-be-cured posts are just sometimes annoying especially when you sense it is pointless to have them in your email, facebook or blog. But is it not even more annoying to have trolls in your comment section? Perhaps all these things are just part of a blogger’s life.
So if ever you’ll receive a spammy post in the future from me, please let me know. Maybe I was just hacked. If you don’t, just simply ignore it and hsjkdhdfjlsjdfasfjljffyiwetyuofjlkhasdfakfalffkdjfsajsj.