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What a cruel thing to name a girl

July 25th, 2007 at 06:40am

One of the bits of spam which is doing the rounds at the moment is the “I’m a bored girl and I want to chat with you” nonsense. I haven’t quite worked out what the purpose of these messages is from the spammer’s perspective, and I intend on replying to one just to see what happens.

Anyway…I know that all of the names that go along with these messages are automatically generated, but you would think the spammers would at least choose female names…I feel very sorry for any girl named “Darrel Proctor” or “Simon Schafer”.

On the other hand, perhaps I am receiving the only legitimate emails of this type, in which case I’m hardly surprised that these girls named Darrel and Simon are having a hard time finding men to chat with in the real world.


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  • 1. Tony  |  July 25th, 2007 at 9:38 pm

    It gets me how people name their babies these days, I think they get high on reefer and mumble out stupid names and write it down so they can pinpoint it when they come out of their puff the magic dragon stupor.
    I nearly got a mind boggling name and I’ll never tell what it was.
    It’s horrific for a male child, that’s all I’m saying.

  • 2. Pen 15  |  July 26th, 2007 at 11:55 pm

    Was it Deirdre?

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  • 5. Pen 15  |  July 26th, 2007 at 11:56 pm

    Princess Stephanie from Monaco?

    I must be getting close.

  • 6. Tony  |  August 4th, 2007 at 11:50 am

    My dads best drinking mate wanted them to call me Ambrose Armstrong.
    Luckily my mum was in charge of her full senses and turfed that idea.
    Can you imagine, Ambrose Armstrong?
    Sounds poofy yet masculine, what a mentel mess I would have become with that tag.
    I guess God does watch over us and sent an angel to have a word in me mums ear.
    Thank you God.


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