Wednesday, December 28, 2005

I now wish I had saved it all, so I could do my own list....

Here are AOL's 2005 Top 10 global spam subject lines

1) Donald Trump Wants You - Please Respond
2) Double Standards New Product - Penis Patch
3) Body Wrap: Lose 6-20 inches in one hour
4) Get an Apple iPod Nano, PS3 or Xbox 360 for Free
5) It's Lisa, I must have sent you to the wrong site
6) (xx)Breaking Stock News(xx) Small Cap Issue Poised to Triple
7) Thank you for your business. Shipment notification (77FD87)
8) (IMPORTANT) Your Mortgage Application is Ready
9) Thank you: Your $199 Rolex Special Included
10) Online Prescriptions Made Easy
Source: AOL.


Willow said...

I must be doing something wrong - my most frequent spam promises that a part I don't even have will be bigger. Much bigger.
not only bigger, but work better, work longer, work more often, and pick up radio signals from New Jersey. Jim

"Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar." Sigmund Freud

siren said...

I haven't gotten any of the spam listed, but I do get the "Horny pill" e-mail on a daily basis at work.

Thanks for stopping by, Jim. I appreciate your comments and kind words!
about a third of my spam comes in a language that looks like Russian -- I have never tried translating them but I'm sure they have to do with size, performance, or Russian babes!!!!!

"kind words" <== sure does not sound like me!!!!


David Amulet said...

Then there are the surrealist spammers: "This is NOT an e-mail message."

-- david
have not seen that, but I like it -- our health insurance likes too send "This is not a bill" statements in the mail that say how much you owe! Jim

Nonsensical_Flounderings said...

Dang and I don't think I've received any of those!

We have a third party filter called Postini at work and when I check it after a few days I usually have anywhere from thirty to a couple of hundred spam email, bastages.

Hey where do I get my free Rolex?

Mik -- send your credit card number to our office in Singapore, to cover shipping and handling, and your free Rolex will be on it's way!!!!!

has anyone noticed a great increase in the number of people wearing Rolexes?? Mik-- how about the people on you bus??? they seem like a fake Rolex crowd :) Jim

The Phoenix said...

I just got a spam e-mail titled, "Get Your Complimentary Subscription to Vibe Magazine." Which, by itself isn't too weird. But the e-mail was from Emma Smith. Isn't she a religious writer from the 1800s???

I'm getting spam from the Dead Poets Society now.
Phoenix -- really funny!!!!!!!!