Spam…it’s what’s for dinner!

I’ve eaten a lot of spam in my life.  It’s not my favorite thing, but it definitely beats Vienna Sausage.  As I perused through my junk comments after my Tribute to Candy post to make sure Askimet hadn’t grabbed a legitimate comment unawares, I feasted on a delightful spam dinner.  There was so much spam at my WordPress table, that I thought I would share.


From caring parents:    I’m just commenting to make you understand what a incredible experience my child gained visiting your web page. She even learned plenty of things, which include [blah, blah, blah…lots of blabber]. Thank you for rendering these great, dependable, revealing and also fun guidance on your topic to Julie.

My response:

You’re welcome!  Candy is an incredible teacher.  It can guide just about anyone through life without hassle…even Julie.

Greg posted:  Just desire to say your article is as astonishing. The clearness in your post is simply cool and i could assume you are an expert on this subject. Well with your permission allow me to grab your RSS feed to keep up to date with forthcoming post. Thanks a million and please carry on the enjoyable work.


Not to brag, Greg, but my Candy post was not only astonishing…but delicious as well!  I am an expert on the subject as I have been ingesting candy for over 4 decades now.  You have my permission to grab my RSS feed and date it.  I will continue my hard work in the Candy eating industry.

The lovely Tanna posted…Nice blog here! Also your website loads up fast! What host are you using? Can I get your affiliate link to your host? I wish my website loaded up as fast as yours lol


It’s simple.  I don’t have any stupid ads on my site!  LOL.  That’s why it loads up fast.  I hate ads on other sites and refuse to have them on mine.  Bleck!  LOL!

Ema complimented me with this scrumptious morsel:  You completed a number of fine points there. I did a search on the subject matter and found the majority of persons will agree with your blog.


Duh!  Of course they will.  If someone doesn’t like candy, then they’re either:  1) diabetic, 2) insane, or 3) sugar intolerant (and I hope it’s not contagious).

Curtis posted:  I have been checking out many of your posts and i must say clever stuff. I will definitely bookmark your blog.


You might be legit (especially since you called me clever and I’m vulnerable to flattery), but since there’s a bunch of weirdness going on in your email info, Askimet is probably correct in flagging you.  But if you’re an innocent commenter who got thrown to the dungeon of spam, you may still bookmark my page.  Thanks for the flattery (it will get you everywhere).

Lloyd, an organized spammer, said,  Well I definitely enjoyed studying it. This information offered by you is very constructive for proper planning.


Proper planning for what?  Is there some girl you want to woo and my Candy post gave you constructive hints on how to do it?  Be more specific Lloyd.  Or was the peanut allergy info helpful in your planning?  What?  The suspense is killing me.

…and last, but not least,

Tricia posted:  We’re a group of volunteers and opening a new scheme in our community. Your web site provided us with valuable info to work on. You’ve done a formidable job and our whole community will be thankful to you.


Thanks, Tricia!  I feel like Superman.  I’ve never had a whole community be thankful to me before, and I’m kind of dizzy with my big head at the moment.  Do I win an award or something for my formidable awesomeness?  I feel pretty good now.

Hope you do too.  Spam…it tastes real good (except when it doesn’t!)  Do you ever go through your spam comments to find stupid ones to laugh about?  Have you feasted on idiocy and gravy-covered shmuck like this?  And if you’re Hawaiian, and truly like spam in a can…how many times a week do you eat it?


21 thoughts on “Spam…it’s what’s for dinner!

  1. What a coincidence—these comments were left on some of my posts, too! 😉 Isn’t it nice to know how helpful your blog is for so many people? And who knew bana na nut muff ins spent so much time on line?

  2. I love vienna sausage! When I was little, my big sister would take a toothpick. She’d spear a sausage, then put a pineapple chunk, then a maraschino cherry. Then a little strip of cheese over the top. She’d broil them. It was such a fun treat. Hey! I’d forgotten about that. Thanks for helping me remember.

    Those spams make me laugh. Great idea for a blog.

    • I ate a lot of vienna sausage and spam as a kid. I loved both as a kid…but my tastes have gotten a little more refined over the years and now I think of them as kid food.

  3. Spam can be such a self-confidence booster, can’t it? I’ve only had one negative. It said something like: “Well, your post was good, but it could be better if…” Hurtful. Oh, so hurtful.

    Thanks for a good laugh!

  4. ha ha, gotta love the spam comments! and I actually liked the canned stuff. I’m not Hawaiian, but we probably eat it every 6 weeks or so at our house.

    • We ate it just the other day…for memory sake. It wasn’t too bad, actually (I mean, if you bite into it knowing it’s not a steak and expecting it to taste better than lettuce…you won’t be disappointed).

  5. I have to say, I’ve never eaten spam and I never will. I don’t even know what’s in it but it looks just gross, especially as meat coming out of a can (but I can’t blame starving soldiers for eating it 60 years ago!). I haven’t eaten beef or pork for more than 20 years, so I’m sure it doesn’t help. I’m not sure my kids will be missing it either. 😉

  6. I seriously love spam (the kind in the can). I hardly ever buy it or eat it because my hubby doesn’t, but all my kids love it too so I really should eat it more often cause its seriously delightful to me – even if it’s made out of gross things or terrible for you!

    • I can eat it. I wouldn’t say I love it, but it doesn’t gross me out. I remember when Mom used to cut it into little pieces and put it on Chef BoyRDee pizzas. Oh, the memories.

  7. I think I will go now and check my spam file it’s been awhile. :+) Funny most of my spam is on my potluck recipe post and they usually tell me how funny and smart I am after reading my recipes. Silly spammers

    • Well, potluck recipes are smart…and funny! Those spammers are ‘good’ at picking out the most delicious posts out there, aren’t they?

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