Anyone who runs a WordPress site knows about comment SPAM.
Basically, there are computerized robots roaming the Internet, looking for WordPress (and other blogs) to leave comments on. These comments are usually in the form of links to porn websites, or to sites selling fake Louis Vuitton bags out of Yugoslavia or something. The idea is to get links to their site on as many other sites as possible, because that’s how they increase their ranking on Google.
Anyway, I get a lot of this stuff. So much in fact that I can’t leave comments turned “on”, they have to be left in a “moderated” mode, where every comment needs to be approved before it is visible. It’s a mess.
It’s not all dark clouds, though. The entertaining thing is that there aren’t just links in these comments. They try to put something in there that sounds like a legitimate comment, but is always just a little off. Here are a few examples that I found particularly funny:
“A real uncle isn’t friends, although friends are usually each uncle.”
“Fancy can be the effective requirement for your personal living therefore the expansion of truley (sic) what most of us take pleasure in.”
“When you really need any accountancy of one’s importance, rely pals.”
“Around the world you most likely are someone, yet to person you most likely are everything about.”
Actually, there might be some good advice in there….