Old People Wang Is Auspicious


Is it me–or does all WordPress spam read JUST like this sign?  Spammers have a terrible grasp of English.  It hurts my head to wade through the spam to make sure it’s not legit.   “Your site my heart happy such good to blog us!”  WTF?  It’s like going to www.engrish.com, but without ever having to leave blogland.


Come again?


I didn’t even realize male scholars WERE nursed….

16 thoughts on “Old People Wang Is Auspicious

  1. You are so right. I am amazed that people rely on Google translate. I have always thought that it would be cool to write a blog; translate to, let’s say Croation. And then translate back to English. I really enjoy your blog. Thanks. Sugar Britches.


    • So I typed, “Aw, shucks. Thank you, man from Indiana” into Google translate in Croatian and then back into Englsh, and it put, “Aw, nonsense. thank you, a man from Indiana.” So you’re right!!


  2. I haven’t looked at my span in months – should I? I haven’t found any that looked legit – so now I just don’t bother with it. I think the English is funny and a confirmation that it is indeed spam! I get spam by snail mail now, and I wonder why people would go to all the effort to send me a personalized letter to scam me and yet not invest say $25 to have someone with good English skills write it. Smart enough to send it, but simple minded enough to tip me off by doing a bad job.


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