I’ve been getting a lot of what seem to be spam comments lately. At first, they were things that sounded like real comments, but obviously weren’t. For example, I got a “Useful, thank you!” comment on The Demise of the Great Pink Thing. Um, what? Oh, so you’re planning to go on a world tour with a scarf, too? Congratulations.
Yeah, there were a lot of “Useful, thank you”s, along with some things that just inserted the name of the title in an irrelevant comment. One person/bot wrote, “I didn’t understand some parts of this comment, They like me, they really like me!, but it sounds interesting, so I’ll be sure to check it out.” Okay, that makes no sense at ALL. It’s like he/she/it burst into an ecstatic reverie in the middle of a business speech.
And today I had every post receive a comment that said, “add your blog to msn” or something. My heavens. Is this the price of fame?
But anyway, spammers, if you can read this, you are dealing with one very web-savvy novice knitter. I’m not sure you want to mess with someone wielding multiple pointy objects… even if they are just knitting needles.
P.S. By the way, The Pink Thing has been frogged!! My camera is acting up (once again), but don’t worry, full details are coming soon!