Scam gets on your nerves, eh? So does spam? Well, just like everything else in life, spam is everywhere, so does humour. I find humour everywhere, even in spam and there’s a kind of spam called “generic comment spam”, almost amusing.
I’m unwilling to purge the spam comments because they’re getting more and more fascinating, not only not annoying, but also make my day, more charming than advanced-fee or romance scam. They’re short but sweet, and all they want is just a link back but not any financial loss. All you need to do is to read them like free joke of the day without looking for it but enjoy it. If the keywords in generic comments fit your site’s keyword theme, you can even post them after removing their links, and perhaps altering their user names, mostly their website’s domain names.
I even remember the first generic comment I ever received even though I didn’t keep it. It said that the commenter became my loyal reader and I was so moved; it was really as touching as the first love proposal, hehe. So what is a generic comment anyway? “Generic” means “universal”, or not specific. The comment is not specific to your post they comment on and it can apply to any post on any site even though it looks nice. It means that the commenter didn’t read your specific post but eagerly, urgently wants a link back without your consent.
Thought for the day: next time when you hear “I love you” ask specific reasons The followings are my collection of generic comments that make my day and I assume that they fit the theme of this blog the most.