My Favourite Spam Part III

Hello again, Döner Fans. Due to the rabbit-like proliferation of spam out here on the internet, ‘My Favourite Spam’ is turning into something of a regular feature on the Dr Döner site. Indeed, barely had I posted My Favourite Spam Part II, when my spam filter was once again bespattered in a renewed coating of unwanted and embarrassing dross.

It is not all bad news, however. One must take one’s entertainment where one finds it. And so, apropos of nothing at all, I leave you to the tender mercies of ‘hummingbird anatomy tongue’ and her fellow inmates at the spam asylum:


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Hm. You’re right. Now that I think about it, that is precisely what it would much look like!

"Hey, nice parrot tattoo."


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Does the Dr Döner blog count as a regular food diary?


CaraSmarttm: “Hi, i really like your page and i have just analyzed your backlinks.”

I wondered why it hurt when I sat down!


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I think there might be part of the story missing here.


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Thank you, ‘YenPLivers’. I pride myself on being able to hit the nail upon the most notable.


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Don’t worry, ‘friv online’. Nobody’s first time is perfect.


JacobClyneq: “I don’t care about this, now i’m earning average $5500 a month.”

Harsh. It would be easy to laugh this off, but it certainly puts my life’s work into perspective.


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Insert my data? We hardly know each other.


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Not until you tell me what a zynga group is.


Liza: “Appreciation to mmy father who informed me regarding this weblog, this webpage is actually amazing.”

Thanks Liza. Your father is a man of taste.


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As they say in the movies: “Napoleon, don’t be jealous just because I’ve been surfing online with babes for greater than three hrs recently.”


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Oh my. Did he mean ‘contact’ instead of ‘touch’? Let’s hope so.


That’s all for now, Döner Fans!

Dr D.

My Favourite Spam Part II

Hello, Döner Fans. If you enjoyed my earlier post, titled My Favourite Spam, then here is some more of exactly the same. Once again I have pushed my hand into the clammy confines of the spam filter and clawed out a handful of bizarre messages which somehow found their way to the Dr Döner website.

Some of them make sense, some of them don’t. As the writer Kahlil Gibran once observed, ‘our words are just crumbs that fall down from the feast of the mind’. When I look at these spam messages, I imagine that the feast of the mind that spawned them was composed mostly of offal, bin refuse, and LSD. See if you can tease any meaning from the messages below, and feel free to send in your suggestions. (I promise they won’t just end up in the spam filter.) Enjoy another helping of my spam, Döner Fans!

What the world presumably looks like to writers of spam.


false email address: “WOW just what I was looking for. Came here by searching for different jerseys. Visit my web-site”

You came here by searching for jerseys did you, Mr ‘false email address’?


Romaine Monsour: “ATTENTION PLEASE! Being fat person is not your destiny! Let me introduce you the awesome new fat-loss system”

I made my choice when I started a blog about kebabs, and I will live with the flabby consequences on my own terms.


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Your previous roommate sounds like my sort of guy. Can’t wait to read more about him on your blog post.


Katrina: “Was in actual fact shopping for just an average shower enclosures during which I uncovered this fabulous site, did not even know there were any such thing as a ‘steam shower enclosure’, wow, might possibly just may have to acquire one. Stop by my homepage steam shower whirlpool tub”

No worries ‘Katrina’, my blog gets mistaken for a shower enclosure shop all the time.


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I guess ‘Katrina’ told her friends too.


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Really hope you didn’t actually come in my website, ‘basenotes’.


Earnest: “Furthermore, we will not really perform any examination of your credit history or ask inquisitive questions regarding your financial status.”

Kind of you, Earnest. I always find those questions so awkward when strangers ask them.


sex prostitutes: “You actually make it seem so easy together with your presentation but I find this topic to be actually something that I feel I’d by no means understand. It sort of feels too complicated and extremely huge for me. I’m looking forward on your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!”

You’re right, ‘sex prostitutes’, describing kebabs is quite a complicated matter. I will try to make my next post less indecipherable.


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Correct me if I’m wrong, but I thought most life-forms needed continuous access to water? Did you write this message because you are feeding kebabs to your cat?


Jacques Poellinetz: “Hi there, You can exit your job right now. Click the link here to learn how. Have a Good day”

Presumably I can exit my job right now when I am fired for clicking on this suspicious link?


Rob Liefeld’s worst Rob Liefeld Drawings By Rob Liefeld: “LEAVE THIS, DONT BE SELFISH. DONT DELETE THIS.”

Oh I’ve done more than that, Rob Liefeld. I’ve published it for all to enjoy. No need to thank me!


That’s it again for now, Döner Fans. Inevitably, it does seem like there will be more again very soon. Cheers!

Dr. D

My Favourite Spam

Hello Döner Fans. When your blog becomes as popular as this one (by which I mean not very popular at all) it begins to attract an increasing volume of spam. Thankfully, there are copious anti-spam plug-ins out there, which are capable of fencing you off from the vast majority of these unwelcome outbursts of embarrassment, vulgarity, and oddness. The Dr Döner spam filter currently contains about 3,800 spam messages.

A tin of spam. I wouldn't climb over a nice kebab for it.

Spam is like red cabbage in your döner. There is always more of it than you would like. But what to do with it all?

I have always striven to turn problems into opportunities, Döner Fans. And so, after a brisk trawl through some of my most recent spam, I found the following nuggets for you, as a flavour of the vast amount of junk that floats around out there on the internet.

As you will see, the world of spam is populated by people flogging dodgy links, selling fake fashion replicas, and marketing Viagra. It is a glimpse into a bizarre, mercenary, and sexually-charged world. Here, for your perusal, is a selection of some of my spam. Enjoy, Döner Fans!


replica watches: “Thanks for the marvelous posting! I truly enjoyed reading it, you could be a great author.”

Thank you, ‘replica watches’. And I’ll be sure to put you on the list for a complimentary copy of my first novel.


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This spam was factual and interesting. Doesn’t have much to do with kebabs though.


wine: “Today, I went to the beachfront with my children. I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She placed the shell to her ear and screamed. There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear. She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is entirely off topic but I had to tell someone!”

I’m sure you had to tell someone. But that someone was not me.


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Clearly ‘time tregg sees’ (if that is his real name) is not a kebab fan. Probably only eats shawarma.


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Not sure why this is spam, really. Sounds like legitimate praise to me.


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Cryptic… very cryptic. I will spend hours tonight trying to prise pearls of meaning from this linguistic clam. All suggestions are welcome, Döner Fans.


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I’m afraid I have no recollection of that dialogue, sadly. Which is a shame, because it sounds as if we would really have got on.


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Whoa there! This sounds like an excerpt from a challenging piece of contemporary performance art.  Wasn’t Equus deemed controversial when it first came out, after all? As for visiting the blog, though…nah.


Well that’s all for now, Döner Fans. But no doubt there will be more soon. In the meantime I’m off to see if I can figure out what ‘domains za’ was trying to tell me. Wish me luck…

Au revoir!