Anyone who blogs knows that with allowing people to post comments, there will also be those who post comments so that you will check out their website where they are selling such wonderful items as male-enhancement drugs, to… well… male-enhancement drugs from overseas. They say things like, “great blog!” in the hopes that you will allow their comment to be posted along with 17 web links to more male-enhancement drugs.
For instance, someone actually wrote this:
Usually I don’t learn article on blogs, but I would like to say that this write-up very pressured me to check out and do so! Your writing taste has been amazed me. Thanks, quite great article.
Obviously, someone from overseas. I hope he learned simple sentence construction while he was here. Keep it simple, subject, verb, object. Try that for a while and see how it works outs. I didn’t follow up on the web link he provided.
Then there is this gem:
the language you use in your posts are not so popular nor too difficult
Obviously it was too difficult for this guy to respond coherently.
He also posted this one as well:
this subject is a lot interesting, it would help me so much.
Oh that you would actually learn English. But I imagine these guys are stuck in some basement overseas and told to post these responses in every blog they can find, in the hope that we might actually follow one of their links. Thank goodness for spam filters.