Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Can anyone explain ....

.... why I've been getting a huge overabundance of Viagra spam in my e-mail-box?

Does it not matter that the address in question is for a Catholic women's monastery?

Even if I wanted to "enlarge [some non-existant body part] to please the ladies in my life" .... I don't know, I just think they're wasting their marketing money on us.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I always say they're barking up the wrong tree there, but if they have a deal on Vicodin I'll take it (lol) :)

2/21/2006 8:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


2/21/2006 10:19 AM  
Anonymous "omis" said...

No, no, no. You're misreading them. It's an ad for a guy named Viagra (his friends just call him Vinny), and he's a musician, you know, a pianist, trying to find work. His enlarged repetoire is sure to delight you and your friends during your next holiday social.

Poor guy, English isn't his first language, and he's so misunderstood.

2/21/2006 3:36 PM  
Blogger AveMaria1 said...

U must have yahoo mail, cuz I get a lot of that too and spam about these fake rolex watches. No matter how many times I try to unsubscribe..It seems as if I just get more of the spam when I attempt to unsubscribe.

Too bad there is no such thing as the "do not email list".


2/21/2006 6:18 PM  
Blogger Lorem ipsum said...


2/21/2006 7:21 PM  
Blogger HeyJules said...

My boss and I traded spam emails one day. I gave him my viagra email and he sent me the one on how to obtain larger breasts.

It's all good. : )

2/22/2006 2:13 PM  
Blogger will smama said...

I firmly blame rlp. I only started receiving those emails after I registered on his site.

2/23/2006 3:55 PM  

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