Not spam the food product, but spam the email, although spam the food product is equally weird.
But, here's something I've never seen before: Pride and Prejudice spam! I just got this in my email. Of course there was some mysterious attachment. This is the text of the email, in which there are vaguely recognizable phrases from P&P, all jumbled up in a totally incoherent manner. Is this just to make it past spam filters? But then, I ask you, why would I be compelled to open a strange attachment associated with this email? The answer is, I won't, which is why I am boggled as to the efficacy of such a bizarre spam scheme. At least I enjoyed reading this spam message. It's like a puzzle - spot where this sentence comes from in the book!
"assured her that darcy was not less answerable for wickham's absence than if her first surmise had
elizabeth felt that they had entirely misunderstood his character, but said nothing.
dispatched, and its contents as quickly complied with. mrs. bennet, accompanied by her two youngestdared not believe it, and could not help saying so.
elizabeth's misery increased, at such unnecessary, such officious attention! were the same fair
"i will not trust myself on the subject," replied wickham; "i can hardly be just to him."business. on finding mrs. bennet, elizabeth, and one of the younger girls together, soon after
arise in six months!"
but the attention of every lady was soon caught by a young man, whom they had never seen"most willingly."
as soon as they entered, bingley looked at her so expressively, and shook hands with such
"i am afraid you do not like your pen. let me mend it for you. i mend pens remarkably well.""which do you mean?" and turning round he looked for a moment at elizabeth, till catching her
"i shall depend on hearing from you very often, eliza."discover the number of the hackney coach which took them from clapham. it had come with a fare
"that is capital," added her sister, and they both laughed heartily."both," replied elizabeth archly; "for i have always seen a great similarity in the turn of our