One-Liner Wednesday: What?!

“This is certainly nice publish, I’m going to shaire the idea for our frinds.”

–comment recently left for me very randomly on an old post of mine, caught by the WordPress spam filter. I appreciate the “compliment,” but WordPress is clearly right about this kind of comment!

Note: this post was created as part of LindaGHill’s One-Liner Wednesday. The criteria is for the one-liner to be funny or motivational. In the past, I’ve usually gone with motivational, but this time I had to go with funny when I saw this as I did a long-overdue purge of pending comments…hope you enjoyed it. I figured many of my fellow bloggers would be able to relate to this kind of amusing“comment!” 🙂

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15 comments

  1. Ha! Don’t you love some of the messages that your spam filter captures? Here’s one I got this morning:

    I have learn several just right stuff here. Definitely value bookmarking for
    revisiting. I surprise how a lot attempt you place to make his kind of excellent informative website.

    I just beaming with pride when I read a comment like this one. 😉

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      1. I have had a few that have somehow managed to get through, but not that many. And how about those with a few hundred lines where the spammer just seems to dump every possible combination of canned comments in there? I get one or two of those lovelies every day.

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        1. Oh, yes, those are so strange! It’s gotten to the point where I don’t really even check through all the spam too closely anymore like I did initially; it’s too much. Now I happen to read some, like this one, as I go in to delete. If I lose one real comment somehow, I’m OK with it because i just can’t sift through all of that!

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        2. I try to clean up my spam daily, but if I let two or three days go by and have a few hundred, then I just delete them all in one click. You’re right. It’s just too much to go through one-by-one.

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