Now that we’ve dispensed with the fake advice and fake technical support spam, it’s time to look at another common category: Fake praise and fake insults. The fake praise is designed to get you to approve it even though it’s clearly B.S., and the fake insults are designed to provoke a response even though they, too, are clearly B.S. For example:
Tune in next week for another category of spam comments: Word Salad!
4 thoughts on “Spamcommentology, Part III: Praise and Insults”
Haha wonderful examples!
Yup, I get a lot of that junk, too. Phooey.
My favorites are the ones in foreign languages. I get phone spam like that sometimes, too.