We are days away from the first ever Aussie Bloggers Conference and I am crazy busy trying to meet my freelance deadlines, pack a week’s worth of clothes into a carry-on bag, shave my legs and read everyone’s blogs before I meet them face-to-face. So, this week I’ve written a small post, a dedication of sorts. My post this week is in recognition of all the spambots which love to leave comments, but unfortunately will not be able to attend the upcoming festivities. Lucky, because imagine how quickly they’d clean out the bar!

For some unknown reason the spambots have not graced bigwords, but they do like to visit archiefive, my husband’s photography blogHere are my favourite comments, from these automated selling machines, for your reading pleasure:

Let’s start with this gem – “how goes it, regal blog on fatlike loss. parallel helped . May i use it to my website”

This one got a little confused – “Thank you very much for contributing a great comment!”

I don’t know what this one is talking about, much like many politicians I know – “This can be the exact material I’m in need of. I’m so carved while using the qualify of strategy discovered here. I will suggest this to anyone including all my acquaintances. This can be well said and brilliant. Locating just for this exciting studied. I will be able to consult the place again shortly.”

Oh, how sweet, this one has family – “My grandmother would really like your blog, is there any way to get it on a kindle?”

This one seems really lovely, until… “Hello, I just wanted to take the time to make a comment and say I have really enjoyed reading your blog. Thanks for all your work! FROM Free Sexy Videos” 

And here is my favourite – “Wow, fantabulous post my fat friend.”

Have you got any funny spambot comments?

PS: If you are attending the conference, I look forward to meeting you very soon. I’ll be the one dancing, with my bag at my feet and a gin bottle in my hand.