Blog Spam

The beauty of having a spam blog is that I receive lots of blog spam (actually that’s true of any blog). This little number is from everyone’s friend Phil Vance.  He writes:

What does it all mean?  I really don’t know but a tripewoman does sound appealing.
Actually the only “proper” words in the above sentence are sander and hockday (unless you count “spaning” which is Swedish for “reconnaissance”).  So all the remaining words were hand crafted in order to get past the filters.  I do have to admit though I’m a big fan of the all-new word “pancratically”.
 Interestingly a “hockday” is an ancient form of English holiday, see this definition taken from dictionary.com;
A holiday commemorating the expulsion of the Danes, formerly observed on the second Tuesday after Easter; — called also hocktide.
I don’t know how these spammers get past the filters but they sure know their medieval history.
Good on you Phil Vance!

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