Friday, 14 August 2009

spam jam - strawberry ham

For the last few days my blog has been getting Asian character spam. I loathe and detest that word verification rigmarole, so the first few times I brushed it off, but it kept coming back.
(And all on the same post, which makes me think I've been scraped somewhere, but *head hits desk* I'll worry about that later....)

So, finally, I put the hammer down. (I have this strange thing about being able to read what comments I get, see?) First, though, I figured I'd better check and see what was actually being said. God forbid I should cut off a reader who.....reads an entirely English blog and responds in characters...yeah. It didn't really sound like I had anything to worry about, but who knew?? And my mother raised me to be polite.

I used Google Translate. Cut and pasted, guessed at Chinese, switched to Japanese, and voila!

The message read:

Height of summer! One girl is a feeling of open world's spoiling for a H! Oh you girls o network to raise the mood for him at the knee! Of course, it's also OK to help you! Now, by accessing the Ministry of Relief Now

I need to go tell Bear that he needs to be open world spoiling me. I feel the need for some open world spoiling. Somebody contact the Ministry of Relief Now, because I am pining away for some open world spoiling, darn it.

And raising the mood for him at the knee is destined to become one of my favorite euphemisms for sex ever.

15 comments:

witchypoo said...

Yes, I see the word verification is back. I knew you took it down for me. Dang you, Asian character spam.

Suzanne said...

You, too? I've had quite a few in the past couple of days. Like you, mine all focus on the post on my birthday, every last one of them.

Google translator has been eye opening!

Mary G said...

Me too. I had to put the word verification thingy up.
And mine, translated, were all about yoga and holiday locations in Chinese. Loved the translations.

Spanglish said...

hee hee

Isabelle said...

Well there you are. Every cloud has a ... etc.

Lone Grey Squirrel said...

This is the price you pay for posting about lion porn.

Flicka said...

LOL! Awesome, Jess. :)

Magpie said...

that is a thing of great beauty.

Dawn said...

hmmm I'm very confused.

Mike said...

I like my spam to be of the Asian variety. Gotta love Google translator....

Chantal said...

Too funny!

Stomper Girl said...

Wow, I liked that you took the time to have it translated, I've just dumped them. So it's porn spam?

Also if he's raising from the knee he must be VERY well hung.

Woman in a Window said...

OHMYGOD, i love that you did this! I've been tempted but lazy. This is the best ever, J. HA!

Sarah Louise said...

I think spam does have the most creative ways of using euphemisms for sex or anatomy.

I have never gotten Asian spam on my blog (might have to do with the writer's inactivity) but I have gotten Asian spam and even Cyrillic (I'm assuming Russian, but could be Greek) spam in my work account. Thank goodness for automatic quarantine.

I heart that gmail always has recipes for spam right above the spam folder. Cracks me up.

xo,
SL

Stimey said...

I have been getting the same spam. Although the euphemism for sex that my people used was "do the glee."