So I was reading this article about “Why Geeks Hate ‘The Big Bang Theory’” (here) and one comment struck me just as especially funny today. These types of comments are everywhere on the Net:
“I am a 27 years old doctor,mature and beautiful (sic).
and now i am seeking a good man who can give me real love, so i got a sername Andromeda2002 on Agedate.Ð¡Ã²M, a nice and free place for younger women and older men,or older women and younger men, to interact with each other. (sic) Maybe you wanna check out or tell your friends.”
Commenter: Vivlian (sic) Wozz
Yeah, let me tell all my friends right bloody now Vivlian. OK, I know this genus of love-oriented SPAM attacker is fairly commonplace, but seriously it is a comment board about “Big Bang Theory” not “Love Connection.” I am pretty sure Vivlian is just a Nigerian teenager trying to get some coin, but I really wonder about the people who click on such links. These type of SPAMers are on most websites; that much supply means they must be successful some of the time. I said it before, and I say it again: I really want a website “People Who Click on SPAM” in the vein of “The People of Walmart” (link). I think they are related to the mole people (God bless them). Some people must actually think that they can find love reading an article about Drake’s eyebrows on Media Take Out. Possibly a single click on a comment from insightful article about “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” on ONTD will introduce them to the millionaire of their dreams? A gurl can only dream.
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