Wednesday, December 5, 2012

The Persistence of Memory and Spam


 The images, of course, are Dali's famous melting timepieces in his iconic "The Persistence of Memory." 

But I'm here to share some recent spammy bits that have come my way from folks hoping to entice me to purchase "the ritzy use value watches (which) are brobdingnagian idiosyncrasy to represent a look asseveration of yourself in the society."

These aren't just any cheap knock-offs either. These are genuine faux watches made by genuine faux watchmakers who "are committed their perseverance and girlfriend to organize a watches with pampered about up and unsurpassed nobility in the world!!!" (Exclamations mine.)

These folks assure me that wearing said watches "can significantly consequences on your standing level" and they remind me that "the weight of the people is judged mostly on their appearance."

Besides, they tell me, "Every tom wants to cope fierce peerage in the society."

Oh, I do. But I'm still wondering where the watchmakers' girlfriend comes into it . . . 
 
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11 comments:

Ms. A said...

Great images to go with some awfully cheesy spam!

Vicki Lane said...

I can't help it -- I'm a sucker for some of these weird phrases.

Martin said...

So glad you found words in keeping with the surrealist images.

I was pleased to hear that you're heading for home in a day or two. That'll be the best tonic of all.

Brian Miller said...

hahaha....as much as i hate spam, i read some of them because they are so darn funny....lol...hope your peerage works out....smiles.

B. Rogers, Alchemy of Clay said...

When...a visual warped world becomes...
verbal.
Then switched into an effervesant strangeness,
as well as probably - translated by
computers, (from Chinese I figure, and adolescent at that) that's what you get.
Laughing out loud! Thanks for chuckles over morning coffee!

Thérèse said...

You have the best way to deal with it!

Wayfarin' Stranger said...

"the weight of the people is judged mostly on their appearance." Yogi Berra couldn't have said it better. I need to turn off my spam filter. I'm missing too much fun.

Frances said...

Dali and spam...purrrfect together.

xo

Pepper Cory said...

Love it-translation by Dali and Andy Kauffman. Glad to hear you're getting out of jail soon-good vibes from the coast-Pepper

NCmountainwoman said...

Glad to see your meds have kicked in! :)

jennyfreckles said...

A wonderful marriage of words and pictures here, Vicki. Some of the spam phrases are beyond weird. I can't imagine how they get made up - is it Google-translate, do you think?