Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Fried Spam Nuggets.

Since turning off word verification, my Spam trap has become some of the best reading on the internet. Between the stuff written by Chinese political prisoners trying to plug the products of the PLA's vast fake designer label knockoff operations, and the stuff churned out by programs that toss a mean word salad in an attempt to slip through the Turing Filters, I am endlessly entertained.
A high level accurate bag lover, then it is certain you know nicely regarding the Gucci carriers.
I can hardly wait to call somebody a "high level accurate bag lover" to their face, just to watch them try to process exactly what I mean by it. Is it a complement? An insult? Who knows? It's like a verbal Rorschach!
I pauperism to introduce you a flagrant movie. Let debate it.
This one irritates me like a piece of popcorn hull between two molars. It almost parses. It almost makes sense. It should make sense. It's like picking up something from Zeta Reticuli on your backyard SETI receiver that is just random electronic noise, only with kinda a pattern to it... What's it saying? "Help! I'm being held prisoner in a Shanghai spam factory?" or
"You humans are a disease. You are a cancer on this planet, and we are the cure?"


14 comments:

Chris said...

Sort of like Mad Libs on steroids. Or LSD.

Duke said...

I am disappointed, I was expecting a recipe for spam nuggets to eat....Maybe Brigid could do a piece on it.

Nylarthotep said...

...verbal Rorschach

That's just pure win there. I'm going to steal that sometime just to make myself look smarter. Or confuse the opposition, whichever opportunity comes first.

Anonymous said...

Like the lady that started a gmail account: She liked Spam for breakfast.

global village idiot said...

Sorta makes "All your bases are belong to us" and "Someone set up us the bomb" appear almost visionary.

gvi

Erin Palette said...

Reminds me of Henry Rollins' reading of a letter in English by Boris, a man from the Czech Republic.

http://youtu.be/EuBNifd1iIk

Stuart the Viking said...

Often uttered when I have nothing reasonable to say:

"Don't forget to put the kickstand down on your bananna before you park you peas."

of course with me, people usually just shrug, nod, and quietly walk a way. Guess I have that effect on people sometimes. Not sure if that's a good thing...

s

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Old NFO said...

Thanks for the reminder, I need to go dump the trash in mine too... :-)

Drang said...

The ones in English seem to mostly be ads for games, or purses.

RL said...

Actually, real fried Spam nuggets can be quite tasty...Dipped in beaten egg, coated in Shake n' Bake powder, and fried or oven-roasted until golden brown. Yum.

Much better than it sounds. Especially with mac and cheese.

Comfort food for a depression.

Robert said...

Almost as good are the product manuals that are translated into (what is supposed to be) English.

AuricTech said...

Reminds me of the spam salad I encountered on my blog a while back. It was almost, but not quite, ~strike~entirely unlike tea~/strike~ coherent.

DirtCrashr said...

Hey I go that one TOO! But I was away...