Tom Gilson

How to Mistreat Your Money (Comment Spam)

Disabling comment captcha has had the unexpected benefit of giving me some good laughs. I’ve already posted some of the funnier comment spam, and I’m going to keep doing it from time to time. Even if it means twice in a row, like this time.

This one falls under the heading of electronic translation gone horribly wrong:

Your monetary predicament can be unequivocally stressful, but you do not possess to plague give it anymore. There are ways to arrest cash into your bank account today and you can do it spot on online within there 5 minutes….

You will start off by innards away from a midget application answering questions about your proceeds, your duration, your oration, and a few other things. You after to up confident when it comes to the question about dictate deposit that you say you net direct alluvium so that you on be approved faster and easier.

Quick payday loans are build all over the internet and there are numerous lenders that can aid you dispirit the cash you need…

They do not restrict credit and the requirements are acutely minimum so you do not distress to care surrounding whether or not you are going to be approved. You will grab approved and you last will and testament become the money you demand so that your predicament choice be captivated anguish of and you can move on with your life.

First (just innards away!) you arrest some cash, then you dispirit it. Toss in some captivated anguish, and you have a whole new concept in being hard on your budget!

Commenting Restored

The comment function here has been out of service, possibly causing frustration, for which I apologize. You can comment again now, and it will save and post as it should do. First-time commenters' comments will not appear, however, until approved in moderation.

5 thoughts on “How to Mistreat Your Money (Comment Spam)

  1. I’m really glad someone else does this, too. The last time I posted comment spam, a commenter posted a nastygram saying that it was waste of time and bandwidth, and he didn’t want me to do it anymore.

    But, man, some of the ones I see are too good not to share! Hilarious.

  2. This is the best one I ever got:

    HELP! I’m currently being held prisoner by the Russian mafia (link) and being forced to post spam comments on blogs and forums! If you don’t approve this they will kill me. (link) They’re coming back now. Please send help!
    HELP! (link)

  3. I guess I did get him killed, Tom, since I didn’t approve the comment. Somehow, I am dealing well with the guilt..

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