21 MORE Goofy Spam Comments for Your Reading Pleasure

In case you’re new to our wild and crazy blog, allow me to fill you in on the concept of spammy blog comments. You see, we get hundreds of them every day, and very rarely do they make sense. What’s more entertaining than using spammers’ weapons against them for fresh blog content? Nothing, I tell you. Nothing.

Our first two articles about spam comments went over so well that I figured it was time to unveil some more! Prepare yourself, because it could be a bumpy ride.

Oh, and a couple of these are on the brink of NSFW, so you’ve been warned.

Ready? Let’s take a spam-filled journey together:


QLP Spam Comment 1

Either you’re a hobbit with poor writing skills or you’re a spammer who’s full of crap. Which is it?

2.QLP Spam Comment 2 edit

Cranberry molds keep your feet warm? Interesting. And thanks for the health tip — I’ll be sure to heed your advice.


QLP Spam Comment 3

I’m unfamiliar with the word “dbegbgg.” Not sure if you’re insulting us or complimenting us… Or perhaps you have some kind of uncontrollable burping/typing disorder. You should probably get that checked out.


QLP Spam Comment 4

The idea of a juice extractor with thighs freaks me out. Not gonna lie.


QLP Spam Comment 5

I think you’re mistaken, sir.


QLP Spam Comment 6

How am I just finding out about this now? Is that in the iPhone manual?


QLP Spam Comment 7

Um, okay. You’ve got issues.


QLP Spam Comment 8

Haha, you’re hilarious! The next time you lie to me, at least try to make it sound believable.


QLP Spam Comment 9



QLP Spam Comment 10

Yes, I’ve been waiting to hear the First Lady say “Let them eat Cheetos” for years. When will that day arrive?!


QLP Spam Comment 11

I don’t even know how to respond to this…


QLP Spam Comment 12

Well, bye! You’re so insightful.


QLP Spam Comment 13

So, we almost inspired you, then? Thanks.


QLP Spam Comment 14

Hmmm, let me ponder that for a moment. Oh, right! It’s because a lot of comments are spam.


QLP Spam Comment 15

On a scale of 1 to 10, this makes -245 sense.


QLP Spam Comment 16

You clearly don’t know what a coherent paragraph is. I’d say nice try, but it would be a false statement.


QLP Spam Comment 17

Put those laughs on my face, bro!


QLP Spam Comment 18

Please, tell me more.


QLP Spam Comment 19

I was just telling a friend the other day how much I need people to jimmy my family and me in place! It’s like you’re psychic.


QLP Spam Comment 20



QLP Spam Comment 21

I don’t understand how your first sentence relates to the last, but whatever you say.

These 21 spam comments provide a glimpse into what we receive on a daily basis. Jealous? Don’t be. All we can do is make the best of them by having a laugh at their expense!

Okay, so which spammy remark is your favorite this time around? Have you gleaned any valuable words of wisdom from them? Do you recall any particularly funny comments on your own blog? Let us know below, yo!

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Jill Tooley

Jill has been obsessed with words since her fingers could turn the pages of a book. She’s a hopeless bibliophile who recently purchased a Kindle after almost 6 years of radical opposition, and she loves stumbling upon new music on Pandora. Random interests include (but are not limited to) bookstores, movie memorabilia, and adorable rodents. Jill writes for the QLP blog and assists with the company’s social media accounts. You can connect with Jill on Google+.


  1. Wash

    I’d like to hear more about the dbegbggs, please.

  2. Bret Bonnet

    The author of spam comment #7… so you are saying that’s NOT bird sh*t on my car then?!?

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