Aaron H points to this cute multilingual file-not-found page. Not to be taken too seriously, especially the dialect versions in English and quasi-English.
March 2009 Archives
My favorite spam subject lines of the day:
the social networking site no one else knows about
Now I want to generalize that to a sort of a game: take a positive attribute that one might use to praise one thing, come up with a different thing that turns that attribute negative. "shimmering vermilion milk," say, or "waterproof breakfast cereal."
Anyway, the other spam subject line of the day, in a totally different vein:
Women will be your resigned slaves
Somehow I think "resigned" isn't really the word they had in mind, but I'm amused by the image. I'm thinking of a harem full of women sitting around, bored, rolling their eyes at every command given them by the hapless slave master. "~Yes, 'master'~," they say sarcastically. "I suppose I'll wash your feet. If I must. Sigh."
The interior of that one was funny, too:
Your woman will be shocked by your fang's astonishing progress.