Spam comments of the week

I get some very amusing spam comments, so I thought I’d share a few that I got this past week.

This first one made me laugh out loud!

It says:

The very best part of living a amazing life is that you’re a lot more calm and also focused .

Well is that so? I never knew! 😃

And look at this one about getting a loan?

I have learned some important things through your post. I might also like to state that there is a situation in which you will make application for a loan and don’t need a cosigner such as a Government Student Aid Loan. When you are getting a loan through a traditional lender then you need to be able to have a cosigner ready to make it easier for you. The lenders can base their own decision on a few factors but the main one will be your credit rating. There are some lenders that will in addition look at your work history and make a decision based on that but in many instances it will hinge on your scores.


Really? I don’t need a loan, but if I did, thank you very much mr. or Mrs. spammer for the advice!


Oh and this one, I am cracking up here! Look at this one?

You are worthy of the most effective life has to supply. Amazingness is right here to help you get it!

Lol! 😝

Ok! I am worthy! Now that is what I’ve been trying to tell myself for years!

So, have you gotten any funny spam comments this past week?

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

14 thoughts on “Spam comments of the week”

      1. Might be a long wait yet, I’m a noob! Lol I’m not sure people are interested with my ramblings online haha not that it bothers me. It’s a great outlet/distraction!

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