Friday, March 27, 2009

Spamnadoes

we save your money on our adrvetisement (well, obviously, you get what you pay for …)

Easiest way to save money is not to spend them for notihng. (No, I’m spending them on adrvetisements)

Guess again (They’re not adrvetisements?)

Women will be your resigned slaves (That sounds about right.)

Tell me about Nick. (Ahhh, Nick. We’ll always have Paris)

Tell me more, please. (It began when he walked into my bar ….)

I was funny, let’s repeat. (I thought I was.)

You are nominated for a bachelors. (Which ones? Clooney??? Bloom???)

Man’s response. (I don’t need to freakin’ map)

Stop calling it soccer. (What am I supposed to call it? Football?)

You won’t get away with it. (Of course I will. Who are they going to believe, me or spam?)

4 comments:

Bebo said...

Oh no! It's the swirling wind of spam!!

**You won’t get away with it.
(Of course I will. Who are they going to believe, me or spam?)**

Susan said...

Tell us more about this mysterious Nick and your never before mentioned bar! :-D

Brandy said...

Ooh, there's a NIck? And you met him in Paris, in a bar? More please. *G*

whateverfor said...

Perhaps with all the money they're saving, they could invest in some type of spell-check? The misspellings in spam always crack me up - especially when it's some letter asking me to please assume ownership of some dead guy who has no living relatives, yada ya... like I believe that. If some rich guy kicked it, you'd better believe any and all family (distant/close/whatever) would be clamoring for the cash once the obit posts!