The Best Of Spam: I'm evil
From: King Stud
Date: Sunday, April 18, 2004 2:05 PM
Subject: MEN: Make her beg for it
I'm cold, you said, staring at the continuation we had to feel through yesterday. What is the answer? I'd thought it was sad to hate the forest the way she'd done. Don't do that, the cat pointed out.
I didn't have to say: can we change the meeting from 6 to 11? My kids have a music recital and I dont want to miss it for the world. There's something I should tell you. Hi, I said to all the animals. Can you tell me the answer? she asked.
What is the answer? What are we going to do tonight? I asked. (Things were looking worse.) It was time...
I'm evil. Hi, I said to all the animals. That could well be the answer. Thick walls are important. And someone was waiting for me, just around the corner.
Analysis: This is a pretty normal "post-modern story" spam, but some of the random sentences formed are interesting. We read with great interest as the cat pointed out not to do that, the narrator asked for the answer and greeted the animals, and finally announced that he is evil. Clearly, King Stud is much better than old, outdated writers such as Hemmingway and Fitzgerald.