I am usually excited when the rare comment is posted on my blog. I love to hear what other people are thinking about regarding the same issues that whirl around my head constantly.
What is annoying, however, are spam comments. Those comments that read like the emails that land in my Bulk email folder. Those comments that are placed by a “bot,” not a human. Those comments that find my blog probably because I have words like “sex” in it.
Here are some annoying examples:
Pheromones is sexual attractant for men and women, it helps to improve your sexual performance, satisfaction and enjoyment.”
erotic sex toys for man and woman, it helps to improve your sexual experience, satisfaction and enjoyment.”
These are semi-amusing because of the greeting placed in front of them. It’s like there really is a person out there trying to educate us about something relevant to the post.
I wonder how common these comment-bots are. I wonder how often they appear on the blogs scripted by teens and young adults who are likely to type those “trigger” words that these spammers seek out.
And how numb have we become to the idea that there are a bazillion (yes, I counted) products out there advertising that they can improve our sex lives? Does anyone really think these things work?
Let’s hope the kids are too smart to fall for them because they probably getting these messages more than I do.