I knew this day would come. Three Bags of Sugar was going so well.
Then the Spam-bots came.
Just incase you are unaware of the term, “Spam-bots”, they are little troublesome online creatures that comment on blogs. These Spam-bots are not human, but were created by them. Spam Bots are designed to leave comments on blogs, hoping that unsuspecting human readers would click on links included with their comments, leading them to advertisements and other such boring stuff.
You haven’t seen them, but I’ve been getting endless emails from these Spam-bots, commenting on my blog. At first, I was annoyed. Now they are an endless source of entertainment.
It all started with the comment, “How do you work here?”
(so I thought about it)
I usually use WordPress to work here. So thanks for asking, Spam-bot.
After this, I decided to make note of all the Spam-bot comments and respond to each personally. They are listed and answered below:
“I made a fool of myself.”
Sorry to hear that, Spam-bot.
“You have a good sense of humour.”
Oh Spam-bot, you charmer.
“I let myself become a fool.”
Quite poetic and sad there, Spam-bot.
“You’re so cute.”
Spam-bot, stop it, you’ll make me blush!
And finally, “I have no idea what you have said.”
Hardly anybody understands a thing I say, Spam-bot, so you’re not alone there.
That’s it so far. I’m sure there’s more to come from my Spam-bot friends, so I’m tempted to make this a regular feature. In the meantime, I’ll make a cup of tea and wait for those little online creatures to comment again. You guys are free to comment too, I’ll make sure to answer in equally as sarcastic a tone.